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This month we interview Italian born illustrator Matt Blue. Conducting his first ever artist interview outside a coffee shop on a busy London evening in Old Street, we talked upcoming projects, music, and find out what he’d cook us for dinner.

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Having tried their infamous confit potatoes at Wilderness festival over a year ago, I was excited to finally pay The Quality Chop House a visit. Now, considering I’ve been off red meat and poultry for 5 months, I wasn’t entirely sure whether this meat specialist would cater to my needs, however following a quick glance on their website I was pleasantly surprised.

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Our hot pick for exhibition of the week has got to be A Body Reduced to Brilliant Colour, the first UK solo exhibition by American artist Candice Lin.

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17th October 2016

Art Eats Reviews : Trangallan

Trangallan, or a bohemian ne’er do well as the Galician word translates, isn’t your average Spanish restaurant or tapas bar. Nestled away from the main drag of Newington Green roundabout, a few doors down from the famous Newington Green Fruit and Vegetables store, Trangallan is off the beaten track, a hidden gem in N16.

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As a massive Roald Dahl fun, it was no surprise that the prospect of enjoying a dining experience themed by two of his most dastardly characters was right up my street. Held at The Vaults under the tunnels in Waterloo, The Twits Dinner was a feast for the senses, capturing all that was gross and ghastly about the gruesome pair.

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5th October 2016

Art Eats Reviews : Bad Egg

I arranged to meet some friends for brunch at bottomless brunch specialist Bad Egg, in Moorgate, at the weekend. The perks of running a monthly brunch club means I’ve come to know a good brunch when I see one. And unfortunately on this occasion, good brunch the Bad Egg was not.

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This week’s selection for exhibition of the week is the recently launched Protest at the Victoria Miro Gallery in Islington.

Now any art that can successfully create emotion is usually right up my street, and this exhibition appears to have it in bucket loads.

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A cookbook illustrated by Salvador Dali you say? This might just be a dream come true. The publisher Taschen has reprinted a new edition of the incredible; Les Diners Gala that was originally published in 1973. More of an art piece than a fully fledged cookbook, the book was inspired by the artist’s own dinner parties with his wife Gala. A heady mix of surrealist art and food, we need to get our hands on a copy ASAP!

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