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Caravan review - a satisfying brunch at Exmouth Market ~ London Chow | Where to eat in London Address: 11-13 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QDTel: 020 7833 8115 Nearest Tube station: Farringdon Ratings (out of 5 *) Price: below £15 pp Service charge: 12.5% Taste: **** Service: **** Ambience: ***A pal of ours gave us a Nespresso machine (see four things that Singaporeans buy when they visit London) and another got us a milk frother when they bunked in with us some time back. There was a £40 voucher that came with the machine and apparently it can only be used to buy Nespresso coffee capsules. With each capsule costing 30p, we ended up with exactly 133 capsules that are due to expire in a couple of months. “Would you like to have some coffee?” “Not this, I’m talking about this,” she pointed to her laptop’s screen. “Oh, we are extremely child friendly so no worries there. The Caravan, which occupies a strategic location at the mouth of Exmouth Market, was one of the few places that were opened on the Bank holiday. “What would you like to drink?”

El Cuartel By City Lights - Madrid - Movie Theatre, Deck & Patio | Facebook Leadenhall Market - Things to do - City of London A modern retail centre set within a historical Victorian market place. Leadenhall Street, Gracechurch Street and Lime Street, EC3V 1LT (Google Map) Use TfL Journey Planner for public transport options. Contact individual shops for their opening hours. Public areas of the market building are generally open 24 hours a day. All public areas of the market are fully accessible. Check out Leadenhall Market's events page to find out what's on The Cycle Hub | Its all about the bike WORKSHOP COFFEE CO. EL TALLER DE LAS EMOCIONES DE PACO RONCERO Y LA CERAMICA TAU. Interpretando la genialidad del afamado chef internacional Paco Roncero se ha podido configurar un espacio único en el mundo en el que la vanguardia gastronómica y la innovación tecnológica se unen para ofrecer una experiencia vivencial completa, inédita hasta el momento. Un lugar donde la cerámica, con sus múltiples posibilidades, ocupa un protagonismo destacado. Se trata de un proyecto realizado íntegramente por TAU Cerámica que, a través de su división S3, concibió y ejecutó todo el espacio, sus elementos constructivos y la inteligencia ambiental que dota al Taller de su especial singularidad. Recién estrenado hace unas semanas para unos pocos privilegiados, el Taller es el fruto de dos años de trabajo intenso entre Paco Roncero al frente de su equipo y la división S3 de TAU Cerámica que ha contado con la colaboración destacada de la prestigiosa Interiorista Carmen Baselga y un grupo selecto de empresas del ámbito del hábitat.

Enter - Brick Lane CycleLab & JuiceBar | Bikes, Repairs, Coffee, Crepes & Juices in the Heart of Shoreditch Bea's of Bloomsbury - Bloomsbury WC1X - Restaurant Review Previous Bea's of BloomsburyHeloise Bergman / Time Out Bea's of BloomsburyHeloise Bergman / Time Out Bea's of BloomsburyHeloise Bergman / Time Out Bea's of BloomsburyHeloise Bergman / Time Out Bea's of BloomsburyHeloise Bergman / Time Out Bea's of BloomsburyHeloise Bergman / Time Out Bea's of BloomsburyHeloise Bergman / Time Out Bea's of BloomsburyHeloise Bergman / Time Out Next Bea's of Bloomsbury Heloise Bergman / Time Out Time Out rating: <strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>3</span>/5 Time Out says Posted: Wed Jan 27 2010 Bea’s of Bloomsbury is a fast-expanding café, with new branches on the King’s Road in Chelsea and at One New Change in the City. Choose your seat in the long corridor facing the counter carefully, as the tables nearest the front bear the brunt of the constant bustle of takeaway customers; further back the room’s only slightly cosier. The Jing tea selection also does the trick. What do you think? Review this - you could win a luxury hotel stay

The Table Abastos 2.0 arrancó como marca y como grupo empresarial con un primer local abierto el 31 de diciembre de 2009 en el Mercado de Abastos de Santiago de Compostela: ‘cociñamiúda’, servicios por franjas horarias en una barra efímera que muda su oferta según la hora del día (incluido un servicio ‘a porta pechada’ en una mesa única), mesa única compartida, platos sujetos al mercado diario, cocina sin neveras, gastronomía cien por cien gallega, vinos exclusivamente de las cinco denominaciones de origen de Galicia y las redes sociales como medio de comunicación con el cliente, en un espacio gastronómico de 28 metros cuadrados, ubicado en seis casetas unidas dentro del mercado. Fue el arranque de la ‘filosofía Abastos’, materializada en nuestro estilo de cocina y, además, en un lenguaje que en las redes sociales está representado por el hashtag #abastada. Sus artífices fueron y son Marcos Cerqueiro, como cocinero ‘entre fogóns’, e Iago Pazos, como ‘taberneiro’.

Top 10 Restaurants and Bars for Dining in London’s Shoreditch East London is drawing chefs like a superconducting magnet. They are following the creatives and other young professionals who have moved to the area, which is also home to Silicon Roundabout—the U.K. hub for Web businesses. Shoreditch is at the center of all this. If you meet anyone really hip, they may tell you it's over and that the in crowd has moved farther east, to Hackney. Here are 10 to try, from a tiny basement speakeasy to establishments with innovative chefs and even a Michelin star. 8 Hoxton Square Hoxton Square is the historic center of the Shoreditch scene. Cay Tre This Vietnamese cafe is among the finest in London—and with better food than you will find in fancier restaurants. Ceviche This brand-new Peruvian restaurant is the third from Martin Morales, who also owns Ceviche in Soho and Andina in Shoreditch. Clove Club If you are going for one gourmet meal in Shoreditch, this is the place, closely followed by Lyle's. Dishoom Happiness Forgets Lyle's Merchants Tavern Rochelle Canteen

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