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Coffee and Cafes, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London, North

Shakshuka at Cafe Loren

I love a full English breakfast as much as the next Brit. Pile my plate high with bacon, beans, eggs and sausage and I’m a happy morning bunny. However, there are times when I just fancy a little summin summin different and on these occasions, I love me some shakshuka. For those who aren’t familiar with this BLOOMING DELICIOUS Middle Eastern breakfast beast, it is softly poached eggs in a spicy tomato sauce, usually mopped up with challah bread. I recently popped along to Cafe  ...

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Attractions, Culture, East, Eats and Drinks, Events, Friday Feeling, Lifestyle, Lists, London, Restaurants and bars, Theatre, West-End

Friday Feeling!

WHAT UP. You good? Yeah? I’m good. Let’s do this feel-good Friday thing, s’been a while. GOOD SHIT from the last few weeks y’all. Started rehearsals for MY NEW JOB That’s right folks, I landed me a cute Summer job in a gorgeous little fringe musical at the Union Theatre, The Spitfire Grill. We’ve learned all the music (which is BEAUT BY THE WAY), began blocking the show, discovering who the characters are. Oh, and we also found time to drink on a roof  ...

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Coffee and Cafes, East, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Lifestyle, London

East London Coffee Tour

I don’t know about you guys, but sometimes the mornings are a real struggle. It’s a cliche to harp on about what a monster one can be before you’ve had a strong hit of caffeine of a morning, but honestly, sometimes I reckon if I met a mountain troll before my first slurp of coffee, I’d be worried for how badly he’d come off. Amidst all the identikit coffee chains that seem to crowd our street corners at the moment, the independent coffee scene is BUSTLING. New  ...

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Books, Eats and Drinks, Eats and Drinks, Hobbies, Lifestyle, Music, Travel

BRISTOL

A couple of weeks ago I spotted that the sun was about to have his hat on for perhaps the final time this year, so I hopped into the car and took a jaunt west. TO BRISTOL, the land of cider and suspension bridges! AND BEAMING DOWN THAT SUN WAS! My dear old chum Charlie is lucky enough to live in a pretty little place right slap bang in the centre of Clifton, so we took a stroll down to the Observatory, hopping in and out of bookshops, charity shops and antiqueries along the way. We  ...

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