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Discovering Barraka and Whichit in Spitalfields

I was recently invited by friend and fellow blogger Chris Osburn (aka Tiki Chris) to an eatery near Liverpool Street station called Barraka. There were two reasons for this event – firstly, to experience Barraka’s excellent food and hospitality, but also to learn about a new company called Whichit, who Chris has been working with, and I will discuss later in this post. 333 more words

Restaurant

Memoirs: My Vita Mojo

I was invited to the Vita Mojo launch in Spitalfields last Friday and from knowing relatively nothing about the brand, I left feeling inspired and invigorated. 512 more words

London

Poppies Fish & Chips

Fish & Chips – the glorious signature of English fast food that everyone all over the world knows. It pretty much represents a lot about the UK and of course carries a lot of tradition and history with it. 479 more words

Food

London markets

London adventures

Columbia Flower Markets
Casually strolling to the Columbia Rd Flower Markets, smack bang in the middle of Sunday morning, we realised our timing was less than perfect. 530 more words

Travel

Som Saa, Spitalfields [Thai]

Having been away from London for a while I missed the frenzy that was when Som Saa opened a few months ago. Maybe that was a blessing to a foodie like me since we didn’t have to face the long queues. 520 more words

Street Photography: Brick Lane

Ventured into Brick lane with a friend of mine, doing street photography with a Df and a M9.

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Photography

A pair of (literal) 'house breakers' are caught in Spitalfields

When Mr Smart let his house in Gun Street, Spitalfields to Mr and Mrs Fadey he probably had no idea of the trouble it was going to cause him.John Fadey and his wife Mary were elderly and poor but they had a letter of reference from a man who was ‘then making a good figure in the world’, Mr Groebecker. 328 more words

Police Court