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Tsujiri Matcha House

If you’re fond of Matcha, you’ve come to the right place at Tsujiri Matcha House in Soho, where you feel like you’ve been transferred to a Matcha shop in Japan for a moment. Especially the tea selection is recommendable and…

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St. John

The symbol of St John is a flying pig. It represents the idea of “nose to tail” eating, which is a mission, or perhaps more an invitation, to return to the roots of honest English cooking. In concrete terms, that…

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Koya

The Koya serves the best udon noodles outside Japan without any tam-tam. The charm of the Japanese restaurant lies in the clear line of simplicity and devotion to traditional food. Reservations are not accepted here, so queuing is not excluded.…

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Neal’s Yard Dairy

A stop by Neal’s Yard Dairy should never be overlooked during a visit to London’s famous Borough Market. Here, cheese fanatics and casual shoppers alike can taste and buy the finest Red Leicester, Stilton and Cheddar cheeses in the Kingdom,…

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Granger & Co

Waiting in line belongs to the Granger & Co simply to it. But the Londoners accept the 30 minutes of waiting time for the legendary breakfast. The famous ricotta pancakes as well as the scrambled eggs are a must for…

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