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Borough Market: Just Can't Get Enough

Borough Market. Foodie heaven. Certain gluttony. With confit duck sandwiches, authentic seafood paella, Moong Dal dosa (Indian street food), Kangaroo burgers, strawberry ice cream, Naughty brownies (appropriately named if I do so say myself), French saucisson sec, and SO MUCH cheese, how could you… 144 more words

International Food & Culture

[Tips] Portobello Market

When you see the words Notting Hills, it will remind you of the movie ‘Notting Hill’ (the one with Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts). That is not what Notting Hill is famous for, but also their market, Portobello Road markets. 210 more words

London

Meal n Ease pair-up with When Mac Met Cheese

We went to check out the pop-up of Meal n Ease at When Mac Met Cheese, but sadly when we arrived after a 2.5hrs journey they had finished all their food 2hrs earlier as they had been inundated. 163 more words

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[Food] Cafe Rouge

One of the first French restaurants we went to when we arrived in London is Cafe rouge. Basically it is called cafe red in English. It is franchise basically it is similar number to Pret stores around London. 187 more words

London

[Tips] London Zoo

We decided to go to London Zoo one evening which was open to adults only, basically it is 18+ only. I found it quite interesting because in other places, zoo doesn’t open during the night and with alcohol served. 288 more words

London

[Food] Jamon Jamon

We came across this restaurant when we were wondering around Tottenham Court Road area. We noticed the sign of Jamon Jamon, which we knew it is Spanish for cured ham (I love it). 224 more words

London

The Gastropub Craze

The gastropub straddles the line between being a bar and a restaurant, combining culinary finesse with community gathering. By serving high-quality food in a friendly, sociable setting, these trendy joints unify the best of both worlds to create a welcoming vibe.  253 more words

International Food & Culture