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Browns – Cambridge (UK)

Browns has been a Cambridge institution since it opened its doors in 1987. The beautiful building was part of the old Addenbrooke’s Hospital originally built in 1766 and the outpatients department, with its majestic columns, was built as a memorial to King Edward VII in 1914. 811 more words


Tom's Kitchen, The Mailbox, Birmingham

I’ve been spoiled with good food recently.  I can feel it across my waistband and as a nagging ache on the left hand side of my chest. 663 more words


Restaurant Review: The Ivy Cafe, Richmond

The Ivy Café opened in Richmond last week and my friend Liz kindly offered to take me there as a birthday treat. I was pleased to get the chance to try it out so soon after the opening but also slightly uncertain of how I might find it. 1,075 more words

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Philomene Florale 5.5°

Philomene Florale 5.5°


Available at http://store.belgianshop.com/special-beers/2021-philomene-florale-55-13l.html


Philomene Florale is a product of the micro-brewery « Brasserie du Clocher » ; literally « Brewery of the Bell Tower”. 67 more words


Zenkichi: A Personal Favorite

Ah, Zenkichi. If you’re looking for an intimate setting with excellent Japanese food, attentive service (there’s a buzzer to ring your server), and amazing ambience then this is where I recommend you go during your stay in NYC. 221 more words