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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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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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No Meat But No Hole In Your Wallet Either!

Fancy a break from meat and the chance to stuff yourself for under £10? Then head to Drummond Street, near Euston station, with its unique collection of South Indian vegetarian (and probably, although…

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Tate Modern – Top Art And Top Floor Food

Tate Modern is a London must – both for visitors and natives. It’s just a ten minute walk from Borough Market (aka Foodie Heaven), a few minutes from Shakespeare’s Globe and it’s right by the Millenni…

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For Latin Lovers – A Ravioli Riot And More

It’s easy to miss down an unprepossessing street off the “wrong part” of Oxford Street – that’s the bit towards Tottenham Court Road tube but still just a walk from London’s premier shopping.

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