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✻ london ✻

Deep South In London’s North-West

By Jessica Goldstein
Joe’s Southern Kitchen, Kentish Town
North London’s Kentish Town is home to great pubs, delis and the odd bargain store. Loved by many (avoided by some), this long h…

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Joyeux Bordel-London

Joyeux Bordel, which translates as Happy mess (or brothel, depending on the context!), is a new cocktail bar found on Curtain Road, in the heart of trendy Shoreditch. The entrance is well hidden, with…

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Old Tom & English- 1960s Style London

Old Tom and English is hidden away in an 18th‑century basement in the heart of Soho, on Wardour Streeet. Very strangely this is the exact same spot where I took my partner for her birthday last year o…

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✻ paris ✻

Le Crabe Marteau – Paris

Finding a good shellfish restaurant in a city without a coast in sight, and without being horrendously expensive, seemed as likely to me as a Paris Spring without rain. Despite being told that Paris p…

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A Hidden Haunt For Foodies – And Financiers

Le Cafe du Marche is one of London’s best kept secrets. You pass Smithfield – the biggest wholesale meat market in Europe whose the buildings date to Victorian times although beef, pork, mutton and mo…

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