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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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Porky’s Brings Memphis Magic To Camden Town

By Raj Singh

Porky’s in Camden – just a stone’s throw from the market – promises “classic, slow-cooked Memphis barbecue at a diner-style restaurant with craft beer and Tennessee tunes”. So…

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A Chinese prayer answered in Worship Street (London)

The City of London’s Worship Street is unusually quiet on a Saturday lunchtime. But we weren’t here to rub shoulders wi…

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