Posts In: Art Eats Reviews

To get us in the holiday spirit, Vegan Burger bar Mooshies London has launched its limited edition seasonal special called The Nutcracker. The Art Eats team went down to their restaurant in Brick Lane last week to try it out for size.

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The South Korean artist Lee Bul’s latest exhibition at the Hayward Gallery is both a political, and architectural spectacle. The exhibition entitled, “Crashing” centres around themes of the body, the aesthetic, and how societal’s need or desire for perfection can often lead to its own destruction.  Read More

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The concept for Redemption Bar is simple; Guilt free socialising in the heart of East London. This eatery prides itself on being London’s healthiest restaurant serving up vegan, sugar-free and wheat free food with an alcohol-free bar.

When food is this good for you, why not indulge. And that’s exactly what we did on our recent visit to the Shoreditch branch last week.

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A new edition to the Art Eats Blog will be my Vegan Diaries feature. I’ve decided it is time to come out of hiding, from behind my keyboard, and start to post more personalised reviews about my experience of eating a plant based diet, both in London, and when I travel abroad.

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23rd May 2017

Art Eats Reviews: Legs

Legs turned one year’s old last week. We were there to celebrate a couple of days before, and boy it didn’t disappoint! For those who don’t know Legs is an excellent restaurant in the heart of Hackney which specialises really good wine and delicious food.

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On a Thursday evening at the end of April, I found myself in a trance listening to Clovis Salmon aka “Sam the Wheels” at Autograph ABP gallery in Shoreditch.  It was one of the most interesting evenings that I have spent at Autograph ABP recently and despite only having an hour and a half, I learnt a great deal from Clovis.  He was the first generation to come over from Jamaica and he was the first black documentary filmmaker when he started his career in the late 1940s.

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It has been over a year since I first announced the news about the imminent launch of the David Hockney exhibition at Tate Britain. Now a year later, following its launch on February 9th I ventured over to Pimlico to see what all the hype was about.  Read More

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