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FOOD AND DRINK  

April 4, 2019

Picture credit: The London Coffee Festival 

Coffee: just part of the daily grind – or is it? The London Coffee Festival has once again brought together leading distributors in speciality coffee and technology for its ninth annual festival.

Coffee is a huge cultural pheno...

March 18, 2019

In January, Greggs released their infamous vegan sausage roll. Despite much controversy, it is said to have been flying off the shelves and proves just how present veganism is in 2019. Although I am not vegan, I eat mostly plant-based and, therefore, can squash the com...

London loves a good brunch. The more unconventional the better: there are hip-hop brunches, Mamma Mia brunches, vegan brunches, bottomless brunches, and those are just the ones I can think of off the top of my head! Since last year, there is a new kid on the blog: Mo’s...

February 20, 2019

When I first arrived in London from Korea, I came with very low expectations regarding the quality of food I was going to get here – purely based on the media and the words of couple of friends who had lived in the United Kingdom. It has been five months since then and...

January 29, 2019

                           Picture curtesy of http://www.gauthiersoho.co.uk/home.php

For most people, including many chefs, fine dining is synonymous with a nice cut of meat. However, at Gauthier Soho...

January 28, 2019

I’ve been in London for about four months now and as a Korean I have been craving some good Seoul food since welcome week. Having lived abroad for most of my life, finding the hidden gems of the Korean food scene has become an essential skill to harness. Compared to th...

January 8, 2019

I, more than anyone, should be rooting against Tabac Bar. When I moved into a flat in Kentish Town this fall, my landlord promised the restaurant space on the ground floor would be near silent. Three weeks ago, the opening night proved this to be an empty promise. I ca...

December 3, 2018

The moment I stepped into the Behesht Restaurant, I felt like I was no longer in cold and rainy London, but on a lively street in Iran. To my left, the wall of the restaurant was covered in pebbledash and paintings of Iranian buildings and scenes. Street lamps were stu...

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