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Tuesday 19 June, 2012

Union Theatre Cafe – Southwark

Only a stones throw from the Tate Modern is a brilliant little cafe. It’s sort of open air but it’s cheap and they do hot chocolate for £1.50 and really cheap sandwiches and filled bagels…


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Wednesday 15 February, 2012

Breads Etcetera – Clapham

Take this for a concept, all you can eat toast. It’s a nifty idea and we all like a good gimmick. Each table has it’s own Dualit toaster and there is a selection of lots of different freshly baked bread and a variety of jams and spreads to choose from along with various side dishes…


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Friday 17 June, 2011

Borough Market – London Bridge

So as you can see I had trouble ‘editing’ my photo selection here, so I just thought ‘to hell with it I’ll put them all up’. Borough Market is my favourite market in London due to the sheer range of choice as you can see from my pictures. I definitely have my favourite spots too, number 1. on the list is the mismatched chocolates from L’Artisan du Chocolat, a bag costs only £2.50 because they’re a bit bashed up, such a bargain!…


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Tuesday 29 March, 2011

Tate Modern Bookshop – Southbank

I’ve never been keen on Museums or Art galleries. I find that when paintings, furniture or artefacts of any kind are out of their intended habitat…


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Monday 27 December, 2010

Brixton Village

I’d heard a few good things about Brixton Village and decided I really should check it out. I presumed it was perhaps just a collection of pretty but overpriced and pointless boutiques and shops. Well now I’m kicking myself that I didn’t go sooner…


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Wednesday 22 December, 2010

Tooting Tram and Social – Tooting

In an area dominated by Primark, fried chicken shops and Poundwise 99p store is The Tooting Tram & Social Club. It’s gorgeous inside…


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Wednesday 15 December, 2010

Book Mongers – Brixton

I found Book Mongers totally by accident when I was looking for Brixton Village. Brixton has many great places, give it time and no doubt it will be what Shoreditch has become, although I think it has a few years in it yet…