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Thread: Where should I eat in London?

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    if its not too much trouble. saturday 8pm for two, see you then

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    lol. It is REALLY fancy, and expensive. John Eden's freakish appearance had us turned away from Hakkasan - it was only Mrs Droid playing the honeymoon card that got us in.

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    ah, right, they'll seat me next to the toilets then.

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    You'll definitely need a shirt - and shoes. Sufi could probably get you in.

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    I love everything about the last two pages of chat.
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    Anyone found half decent bread in this supposed food mecca?
    that place on broadway market is good tbf but its the only one ive found that i like.

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    https://lbpedlar.com/about/
    Actually just went out and found a good loaf by this lot.funny cos two years ago I was selling their pastries (and giving away the rest to a certain homeless dissensus poster)

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    i like the dark rye loaves you get from the jewish bakeries on brick lane a lot, though they only seem to do it on particular days (which i never seem to remember).

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    ayres is pretty good but the spelt is a bit much
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    Here's a thing about immigrant communities and "cheap eats" lists that's tangentially relevant to this thread:
    http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/...of-those-lists

    Personal thoughts: it's interesting but it seems to be conflating two issues, i) the ghettoization of immigrant food as inherently cheap-and-cheerful and ii) general wage pressure on low-end restaurant staff.
    Last edited by Slothrop; 21-02-2017 at 01:18 PM.

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    Traditional bakeries are a rare bread.

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    I like the look of both oklava and yosma based on their instagrams but has anyone here visited either in their actual physical form?

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