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New book ‘East London Food’ by Rosie Birkett and Helen Cathcart is the latest must have title for all you foodie fans. A book that celebrates all the exciting things from the culinary scene in the east of the Capital, it also gives an insight into the gastronomic talent by following over 40 people integral to the scene.

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Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers is on at the Barbican in London right now. The exhibition is curated by none other than iconic British photographer Martin Parr widely known for his British seaside series.

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There’s nothing we love more than a decent breakfast, and an indulgent dessert. So rather than waiting the whole 8 hours between brekkie and our tea, we ventured down to Verden on the side streets of Clapton for a brunch to remember.

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It’s not often you stumble upon a new gem of a restaurant right on your door step, however that’s exactly what happened on Saturday night as I hop, skipped, and jumped my over to Finsbury park to check out the tapas spot, La Fabrica on Stroud Green road.

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Here it is in all its glory. Roll on May 27th.

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This recent feature in the design issue of Bloomberg has blown us away. Not only has it opened our eyes to the works of renowned San Francisco based Chef Dominique Crenn whose restaurant Atelier Crenn has become a magical box of tricks, full of childhood memories from her early life in rural France.

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Our friends at Creative Debuts are back with another awesome showcase. This time they’ve teamed up with The Clayton Arms to present the freshest undiscovered artists from South London. For more detail check out the event page on Facebook.

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Following the successful pop up at the Climpson’s Arch in London Fields, the team behind Som Saa have just launched their own permanent restaurant, on Commercial street in Spitalfields, East London.

Running a shallow launch for its first week, the team were offering 50% off food last week, and the Art Eats team went down to check it out. Arriving relatively early at 6.50pm on their second day of trade, we hoped we’d hit the jackpot with many tables visibly free. However it wasn’t to be. Their Instagram account claimed they don’t take bookings for any lower than a table of 10 people, when in actual fact they allow bookings of 4 or 6 people too. This meant that most of the tables had already been booked up for weeks in advance.

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