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Breakfast in the Big City: La Farola


  La Farola Cafe & Bistro is firmly parked right at the corner of Therberton and Upper Street in Islington, that there London. Just a short walk away from the Angel tube station or the Business Design Centre. It’s on a road that has more restaurants and eateries than you care to shake a stick at, and yet it’s always…

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What to eat at KERB Camden Market


I have a confession: I don’t just run after the best beer in town when I’m on the road. No Sir, I’m also all over some magnificent menus too. It helps when hubby is with me because he’s got this spectacular talent of spotting some great spots to stuff our face and when we stopped by London for a quick…

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More beer than you can handle: CraftBeerCo Covent Garden


If I didn’t live in Cheshire where arguably the best breweries lie, I’d be totally envious of London. On a quick day trip there for work, hubby and I popped in the CraftBeerCo in Covent Garden and kinda just never wanted to leave.     Opened in May 2014, the Covent Garden venue is the sixth pub in the CraftBeerCo…

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Wonderful vintage at Camden Passage


  On a quick day trip to London yesterday I came across this amazing little haven for all things antique and vintage. Camden Passage is a pedestrian passage just off Upper Street in Islington, and a quick google told me it’s ranked alongside Portobello, Kensington Church Street and Spitalfields as one of London’s leading antique locations.   Don’t confuse Camden Passage with its…

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