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Daylesford Organic Pimlico: Offering Fine Organic Fayre

Daylesford Organic have been producing organic food for over 30 years. The concept is centred around a working organic farm (originally established by Carole Bamford) and a passion for seasonal, ethical produce that has translated into two London-based farmshops and cafes and seasonal organic, produce sold in Waitrose and other independent stores nationwide. There are ...
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Le Pain Quotidien: A Taste of Rustic France

Rustic French cafe and bakery Le Pain Quotidien was established by Alain Coumont. He discovered the fine art of bread making as a small child by watching his grandmother bake bread every Sunday and subsequently embarked upon a career as a chef in Brussels. He couldn’t find the right bread for his restaurant and returned to his roots ...
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Fait Maison: Super salads and cakes?

You’ll notice if you’ve perused my blog that for salads (for the super health conscious and lovers of good food) I rarely deviate from Yotam Ottolenghi. Sure it’s expensive for a bit of salad and I’m lately a convert to raw food and vegan cafe Inspiral (you must try!), but could another London city cafe ...
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Yotam Ottolenghi: Salads and desserts to die for

Yotam Ottolenghi is a much acclaimed Israeli-born chef and cookery writer who previously worked as a pastry chef at The Capital, Michelin-starred restaurant in Knightsbridge, among other prestigious venues. Ottolenghi draws from various shores, but his influence is mainly Mediterranean, the Middle East and Asia. The first Ottolenghi deli was established in Notting Hill in ...
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