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Gun Street, Spitalfields by StephenStringer

A small corner of Spitalfields that has not yet fallen into developer’s clutches. This spot has probably not changed a great deal in 200 years. 23 more words


London's Lego exhibition

We finally made it to London’s Lego exhibition; at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, E1. We were greeted warmly by staff and waited a short couple of minutes before the welcome video began, in which we met Lego artiste extraordinaire, Nathan Sawaya. 462 more words

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Eating at Galvin La Chapelle

Recently, we got a  fantastic BookaTable deal for Michelin-starred French restaurant, Galvin La Chapelle.

It’s in an amazing Grade II listed  building near Spitalfields market, with 100ft vaulted ceilings, giving a great first impression. 274 more words


Columbia Flower Market.

Don’t know what to do with your Sunday except waiting to get your hands on a delicious Sunday roast? Then this might be just the thing for you! 164 more words


Spitalfields Silks

In 1685 there was a large influx of French Protestant immigrants in London seeking refuge from prosecution due to the revocation of Edict of Nantes by Louis XIV. 230 more words

EAT | Bleecker St. Burger

Burgers are huge in London! There are endless pop ups, street vendors and new independent restaurants all claiming that theirs is up there with the best, but only a small handful have repeatedly been given the title of one of London’s best burgers by Londoners and the media alike. 186 more words


Restaurant two, Hawksmoor Spitalfields

For meal number two I decided to stay a little closer to home, but in doing so treat myself to one of the best dining experiences in London, Hawksmoor – not only home to great food, but somewhere that prides itself on the sustainability and quality of its produce. 328 more words