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tarshish wood green

LONDON | Sometimes the best surprises come from where you do not expect, and we love being surprised by food spots. The City Lane was recently invited to try out Tarshish, a six month old Turkish restaurant in Wood Green, far away from the trendy spots in Central London. From

god's own junkyard walthamstow

LONDON | God’s Own Junkyard is located in an industrial estate in Walthamstow, far from the tourist attractions of Zone 1, but those who venture out to visit are rewarded with a sensory stimulation unlike anything else in the capital. Walking into God’s Own Junkyard is like stepping into Las

good egg stoke newington

LONDON | The Good Egg in Stoke Newington is the culmination of an adventure that saw two friends popping up at street markets around London serving up shakshuka and stuffed pitas. After building a bit of a reputation for themselves, and a successful round of crowdfunding, the permanent Stoke Newington location

wrapchic fitzrovia

LONDON | The founder of Wrapchic, Mahesh Raikar, started out with a simple desire – to modernise Indian food for fast-paced cities. To make his curries more accessible, he lent from the mega food kings, the Mexicans, and stuffed his delicious spicy dishes into burritos, adding salsa and guacamole to

padella london bridge

LONDON | You know when you’re trying to decide what to eat and all you really want is a simple bowl of pasta? Well Padella London Bridge has heard your call. Tim Siadatan and Jordan Frieda, the blokes behind Trullo in Highbury have opened this hole in the wall pasta bar

imperial war museum london

LONDON | The Imperial War Museum London has the remit of including all conflicts in which British or Commonwealth forces have been involved since 1914, and aims “to provide for, and to encourage, the study and understanding of the history of modern war and ‘wartime experience’”. The museum has occupied the former Bethlem Royal

dennis severs' house spitalfields

LONDON | Dennis Severs’ House is one of London’s quirkiest gems and, despite its central location, has managed to stay off the radar of most visitors. Located on Folgate Street in Spitalfields, Dennis Severs’ House is a “still-life drama” created by Dennis Severs, an American artist who lived in the house

london valentine's day 2017

LONDON | Take it from us. An expensive dinner out or a romantic night in with your partner just won’t cut it in London this Valentine’s Day. There are so many quirky and fun events taking place all over the city for you to either impress your loved one with

london transport museum covent garden

LONDON | The London Transport Museum is one of London’s most fascinating museums, owing to its relevance to the modern day. Public transport is such an important part of London life and a visit to this museum helps put the modes of transport used today in their historical perspective. The museum

peckham refreshment rooms

LONDON | Peckham Refreshment Rooms is a small bar, cafe and restaurant located in an unassuming spot to the side of Peckham Rye station and when you walk inside, the unassuming nature of the place continues. It’s a simple space with light painted walls, a large wooden bar, tables and stools,