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Category Archives: Food and Drink
This was a marvelous bacon sandwich – lovely soft brown bread, with a crisp crust only a few hours out of the oven and succulent bacon and a little brown sauce. I ate it at Sunflour Bakery at 263 Caledonian … Continue reading
The whole food folk at Alara Wholefoods on Camley Street want to eat the fruits of last year’s ploughing the fields and scattering seed. They have a Harvest Feast on Friday evening – details above and in the poster. … Continue reading
None of the local residents needs them, these half tourist preying, half alcoholism serving over expensive stores. But we have yet another one. Next to the Tune hotel on Grays Inn Rd. emerged yet another off licence convenience shop the … Continue reading
Lovely to see a new shop opening with a family team as bakery Aux Pains de Papy opens its doors at 279 Grays Inn Road just around the corner from Kings Cross. The resident team above are a father and … Continue reading
Saturday 17th November our brand new street market The Cally Market opens!!!! The good folk in and around Caledonian Road have joined forces to create a new and exciting shopping hub which is hoped to bring a wider choice of goods while … Continue reading
The London Orchard Festival takes place Sunday week in the green heart of King’s Cross – Camley Street Natural Park. London Orchard Project, the charity organising the event with the London Wildlife Trust ask: “Ever sampled a Merton Wonder apple, … Continue reading
It’s great to see a good independent coffee shop filling the slot vacated by the infamous Pirate Books at 4 York Way. ‘Brewhouse on York’ has been reviewed in complimentary terms by coffee-loving local worker Bexquisite. I had a simple black … Continue reading