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Hawksmoor

Hawksmoor

Boy do we love a good burger. Hawksmoor is definitely the place for a good burger, and a good steak for that matter. Some even say the best steak in London, but that doesn’t mean Hawksmoor is all posh and pretentious about it, on the contrary. Hawksmoor was founded by […]

 

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Dishoom

Dishoom

Welcome to Dishoom, A Bombay style cafe in London with a nostalgic wink to the early 20th century. No noisy, sticky or smelly scenes here though, but rather a sleek London version of what you dream  Mumbai would have been like back in the day. I have to say I […]

 

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Columbia Road Flower Market

Columbia Road Flower Market

When we lived in London for a while, our home was close to Columbia Road in the East end. The great thing about that is, that on sundays, this street hosts a flower market where you can buy cheap fresh flowers. Even if you’re not planning on lugging around flowers […]

 

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48 hours in London in 20 pictures

48 hours in London in 20 pictures

20 pictures from 48 hours we spent in London a few weeks ago, from arriving at the Eurostar terminal to some snapshots from our lunches and cocktails in the city. More hotspots to come soon!    Special thanks to Eurostar for bringing us to the city we love so much.

by × July 24, 2014 × 2 comments

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Hawksmoor

Hawksmoor

Boy do we love a good burger. Hawksmoor is definitely the place for a good burger, and a good steak for that matter. Some even say the best steak in London, but that doesn’t mean Hawksmoor is all posh and pretentious about it, on the contrary. Hawksmoor was founded by […]

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Regent’s Canal Snapshots

Regent’s Canal Snapshots

Regent’s Canal was built during the early 19th century and passes various North London parks, the London zoo, repurposed warehouses and other former industrial sites. It was originally built to link the Grand Junction Canal with the River Thames. Now, the canal mostly serves as a place of leisure for Londoners […]

by × April 14, 2014 × 0 comments

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Tramshed

Tramshed

Remember the show “Cow and Chicken” on Nickelodeon? Well that’s actually the idea when you go to East London restaurant Tramshed. It’s either steak or chicken you get on your plate. And oh, the chicken comes with its legs still attached. Restaurateur Mark Hix already had this idea for simple dining in mind when he commissioned special […]

by × March 15, 2014 × 0 comments

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Dishoom

Dishoom

Welcome to Dishoom, A Bombay style cafe in London with a nostalgic wink to the early 20th century. No noisy, sticky or smelly scenes here though, but rather a sleek London version of what you dream  Mumbai would have been like back in the day. I have to say I […]

by × February 13, 2014 × 0 comments

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Pizza East

Pizza East

Ah, this is a true must visit on your London itinerary. Pizza East is a well known Shoreditch restaurant, where you can grab a quick and tasty bite before diving into the East London nightlife. But you can just as easily go forbrunch there, and so we did on a very sunny sunday in november. An […]

by × June 15, 2013 × 0 comments

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Columbia Road Flower Market

Columbia Road Flower Market

When we lived in London for a while, our home was close to Columbia Road in the East end. The great thing about that is, that on sundays, this street hosts a flower market where you can buy cheap fresh flowers. Even if you’re not planning on lugging around flowers […]

by × June 15, 2013 × 0 comments