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Coach and Horses, Clapham North

The Coach and Horses is tucked away on a quiet sidestreet in between Brixton and Clapham. They have a nice outside area so if spring ever decides to return it would be a lovely place for a drink in the … Continue reading

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Fat Papaya- Fresh funky Indian, Wembley

We were invited to review Fat Papaya. The restaurant has a colourful interior and I think the cheerful emoji-like Fat Papaya character will really appeal to kids. We love their selection of favourite classics too! Their head chef Silva and … Continue reading

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The Larder – Fitzrovia’s newest cafe and THE places to get all your foodie fixes!

The Larder’s breakfast menu combines health-conscious choices with more indulgent morning fare. They thoughtfully keep those who need an early morning breakfast in mind by being open from 7.30am Monday-Friday and 9am on Saturday. Particularly love their fluffy and warm, … Continue reading

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A welcome home package from Gü puds!

After arriving back tired from a long, delayed flight from Bangkok (via Mumbai), what better present than a welcome back package from Gü Puds! We have never met a Gü that we haven’t liked, and this has continued with the … Continue reading

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Taste of London round up feat K Town pop up by Gizzi Erkskine, Manomasa tortilla chips and Pot&Co desserts

We were lucky enough to win tickets to the K-Town pop up by Gizzi Erskine. If, like us, you’re not that familiar with Korean food this was a great introduction to the exciting things happening in the Seoul food scene. … Continue reading

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La Pâtisserie des Rêves – the cake shop of your dreams

La Pâtisserie des Rêves looks almost more like an art gallery than a cake shop, individual cakes presented on plinths under glass teardrops. This is oddly apposite as these cakes are works of art. Everything is designed by Philippe Conticini (chef patron) … Continue reading

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A Short History of Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts

Around 400BC, the Persian Empire’s nobility indulged in an iced dessert made of snow, vermicelli and rose water, and at times floured with saffron or fruits. The snow used in this dessert was from the mountains and stored in yakhchals (specialised subterranean … Continue reading

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