Tag Archives: London

Spoilt for Choice in Fitzrovia

TweetNot so long ago Oxford Street and it’s peripheries was somewhere to be avoided, better left to the tourists that bung up the streets with their slow, aimless, zombie shuffle. The shopping, or anything worth shopping for at least, dried … Continue reading

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Workshop Coffee Holborn

TweetSince writing this piece for Caffeine Magazine, Workshop has now opened to much positive press. I managed to visit last weekend when they hosted the UK aeropress Championships in conjunction with Square Mile. The image below is of the UK … Continue reading

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8 Hoxton Square, Quality Chop & White Lyan

TweetI’d been keeping an ear to the ground for news on the sister restaurant of 10 Greek Street ever since I heard news that there was to be one. You see, although I quite liked the first, I’d never really … Continue reading

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Third Wave Doughnuts?

TweetI’ve been bemoaning London’s lack of many good doughnut options for too long, it got to the point where I was quite seriously rolling out my own creations in a bid to get more good and more interesting doughnuts to … Continue reading

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Blanchette Soho

TweetEvery now and then, a place opens that entices you to embrace it like an old friend, promising very quickly to become a regular haunt. Sager & Wilde last year was immediately one, Duck Soup in the past, Mishkins and … Continue reading

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Dunnefrankowski at Sharps & F.A.T. Ultimate Toasties

TweetVic Frankowski and Rob Dunne have returned to Fitzrovia and where, if I rewind a couple of years, I remember first meeting them, back when they worked at Tapped and Packed, now TAP, and I attended a couple of their … Continue reading

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Sager and Wilde

TweetAmongst the faded, down at the heel backdrop of Hackney Road, with it’s generic blur of dodgy shops, Sager and Wilde has blossomed like a rare, wild flower. Michael and Charlotte Sager-Wilde received unanomous praise for their Shoreditch pop up … Continue reading

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Chocolate Ecstasy Tours

Tweet I’ve known Jen for some time now, she’s part of a collection of friends I class as ‘Twitter friends’, although in reality most of my real friends are increasingly this, as older friends drift into obscurity, a black hole … Continue reading

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Daily Goods at Kinoko Cycles

TweetIt’s recently dawned on me with a creeping and uncomfortable realisation that my blog’s focus has shifted away from coffee in a most displeasing manner. Because I’m talking and writing about coffee increasingly in other aspects of my life, my … Continue reading

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Tozi

TweetVictoria has always been my golden gateway into London, purely from a train travelling point of view; a portal to a foreign and exiting land far removed from Beckenham. For all it stands for, it’s always remained, throughout my life, … Continue reading

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