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The Best Bottomless Brunch in Britain: Our Favourite Five

It’s almost the weekend, you’re due a catch-up with your friends and you fancy some good grub and lots of bubbles to mark the occasion. What better way to spend your day than with the best bottomless brunch in Britain?   With this mid-morning past time becoming an increasingly popular way to socialise, lots of…

Simit Sarayi - picture of su borek and Turkish tea

Simit Sarayi, W1: Breakfast, Turkish Style

By Lynn Reynolds, writer: longtime EastEnder, sometime Bermondseyite. Simit Sarayi (‘Simit Palace’) brings a taste of metropolitan Turkish life to London. Which is a very good thing indeed, because metropolitan Turkish life tastes amazing. Simit Sarayi specialise in baked goods, including the eponymous simit, a sesame seed-encrusted circular bread often (inaccurately) called the ‘Turkish bagel’. If…

Keepers Kitchen And Bar

Keepers Kitchen & Bar, EC3: Urban Bee Hotel

By Lynn Reynolds, writer: longtime EastEnder, sometime Bermondseyite. Keepers Kitchen & Bar is an establishment with a difference: bees. Yes, you did read that correctly. This low-key lounge and restaurant in the Tower Hill Novotel serves honey produced by the industrious bee colony housed on the hotel’s roof. I freely confess this is indeed the…

Lmnh Kitchen

Lmnh Kitchen, E1: Hip, Hearty, Hyggeligt

By Lynn Reynolds, writer: longtime EastEnder, sometime Bermondseyite. Fans of Look Mum No Hands and their cafes-cum-cycle workshops will be delighted to hear that they’re now on the edge of the square mile. The trademark cycling paraphernalia is almost absent, apart from cycle-themed art prints, so you won’t be able to get your fixie, errr,…

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