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Pan Asian in Camden Town at Miusan, Inverness Street

Steps from Camden Town Station, Miusan restaurant takes diners across the Far East with a variety of pan Asian dishes in glitzy style. Continue reading

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Best London Restaurants of 2015

London’s best restaurants of 2015? Here’s a lucky list of seven that did the trick for me. Continue reading

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London Daily Photo: Camden

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London Daily Photo: Camden Lock

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London Daily Photo: Stalls

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Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin: Priority Innfield at Zabludowicz Collection

The evening after I checked out the preview of Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin’s Priority Innfield – a series of sculptural theatres where four interconnected films “that touch upon our changing relationship to the camera and its influence on conceptions of history, evolution and selfhood” are continually screened – I tried to explain the experience of watching the films and negotiating the fabricated space between them to my girlfriend. Despite my enthusiastic attempt, I’m pretty sure I failed. Continue reading

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London Daily Photo: Kentish Town

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London Daily Photo: Sorted

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Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait at the Jewish Museum in London (CheapOair)

The answer to her hit song Rehab may very well be “NO NO NO!” However, if fans of British superstar Amy Winehouse are wondering whether they should check out a new exhibition in London that looks beyond the tabloid news and fame to focus instead on her family life, the answer is without a doubt, “YES YES YES!” Continue reading

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Five Great Jazz and Blues Bars in London (CheapOair)

There’s no need to get the blues in a jazzy town like London. If you’re looking to experience a great night of live blues or jazz then you’re in the right place. London is home to an amazing bar and club scene, and as a fan of rock ‘n’ roll can attest, the Brits have always had an affection and a knack for finding the best in American music. Here are five fantastic venues in central London where you can listen to live blues and jazz from the local up ‘n’ comers to the crème de la crème of international headlining acts. Continue reading

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Fried Alligator Tail and More at Camden’s Blues Kitchen

An invitation to try a new reptilian starter at Blues Kitchen on Camden High Street led to an overall great night out that was way more down home and delicious than I’d hoped. Continue reading

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La Patagonia: Bife de Lomo Love in Camden

If you like your steaks bloody and your Malbec bloodier, this is the place for you. Beef is top quality; I loved my mega-chunk o’ bife de lomo (200g of Argentine fillet – £21). And, the handmade chorizos a la pomarola (£4.50) rock. During my visit last week, a glass of the punchy house Malbec (£4.50) – Colonia, Finca la Colonia, Bodegas Norton – seemed to size up both the home made sausages and my fillet perfectly. Continue reading

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London’s Famous Camden Lock Market Now Open Thursday Nights (OneTravel)

Now, to ease a bit of demand and maybe give all the locals a chance to actually enjoy the market when they come back home from work during the week, the mother of all the Camden markets is staying open … Continue reading

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Camden Lock Market: Now Open Thursday Nights Through the Summer

Seems like a big no duh to me, but finally all these great London street market folks are starting to wise up to the fact that most people actually work during the day but might enjoy visiting local markets (or … Continue reading

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What’s for Lunch? Cabana Brasilian Barbecue, Central St Giles (Londonist)

Cabana does up meat on parade in deliciously Brazilian style … What’s for Lunch? Cabana Brasilian Barbecue, Central St Giles Londonist, 3 April 2012

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What’s For Lunch? Union Jacks, Central St Giles (Londonist)

What’s For Lunch? Union Jacks, Central St Giles  Londonist, March 20, 2012 Jamie goes family friendly and redefines the pizza with his latest restaurant offering. And guess what? It’s pretty good. READ MY COMPLETE REVIEW: What’s For Lunch? Union Jacks, … Continue reading

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A Northwest Passage to Upscale Comfort Food @ The Hill, Belsize Park (Londonist)

A Northwest Passage to Upscale Comfort Food @ The Hill, Belsize Park Londonist, March 2 2, 2012 at 11:30 pm Haven’t an inkling what a particularly Pacific Northwest food concept might be? Think comfort food done bigger, bolder and a lot … Continue reading

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London Daily Photo: Non Drop Nordics

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London Daily Photo: Camden Snowman

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London Daily Photo: God Awful

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London Daily Photo: Shuttered Heart

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New Restaurant Review: Made in Camden (Londonist)

New Restaurant Review: Made in Camden Londonist, November 30, 2010 at 17:05 PM Highlights from our lunch included scrummy baked eggs, spicy tomato, greek yoghurt and sourdough (£8 or £9.50 with grilled chorizo … and you’ll want to go with the … Continue reading

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London Daily Photo: Market People

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London Daily Photo: Memorial

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London Daily Photo: Market Stability

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Shaka Zulu: World’s Largest South African Venue to Open in Camden (Londonist)

Shaka Zulu: World’s Largest South African Venue to Open in Camden Londonist, May 19, 2010 1:50 PM Just in time for a World Cup tie-in, sleb SA chef Barry Vera has announced the June opening of a new “theatre of … Continue reading

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