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An Unexpected Journey / Where to Eat (1)

Resisting gentrification in Lamb's Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, London.

Resisting gentrification in Lamb’s Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, London.

London's smallest cafe. Great Ormond Street.

London’s smallest cafe. Great Ormond Street.

Cagney's, Bloomsbury, London.

Cagney’s, Bloomsbury, London.

Covent Garden, London.

Covent Garden, London.

Covent Garden, London.

Covent Garden, London.

The divinity of Persian cuisine, Covent Garden, London.

The divinity of Persian cuisine, Covent Garden, London.

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An emporium of sweeties, Covent Garden, London.

Hipster cafes spread westward.

Hipster cafes spread westward.

Outside Notes.

Outside Notes.

Near the British Museum.

Near the British Museum.

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. So jealous I could spit. BTW, where is Ciao???

    January 14, 2013
    • Ha! It’ll be in next week’s collection of photos. As Lamb’s Conduit Street changes, Ciao just looks more like itself. (Although that odd man in the hat wasn’t sitting outside it today. Perhaps put off by the snow?)

      January 14, 2013
  2. teatrayinthesky #

    ‘The approach you could call “Anglo-eclectic-molecular-quasi-Nordic-foraged-imagist” ’ is from a review of John Salt in Islington by Giles Coren of The Times. The dear old Grauniad provides this: “Have you ever licked a brick before?” http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2012/dec/07/john-salt-london-restaurant-review Golly.

    January 14, 2013
    • Aha! Thank you so much – that’s very illuminating.

      January 14, 2013

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