Kiosk

Kiosk On another spin through King’s Cross station, I paused to pick up a quick bite for the train. Today’s choice was Kiosk, a little counter near one of the entrances, which promised hot sandwiches and Monmouth coffee so sounded quite promising.Kiosk I opted for their regular salt beef sandwich, which came with mustard and …

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Edinboro Castle After a busy morning, I found myself in need of lunch in Camden, which is not something that happens every day. Rather than use my usual wandering method, which served me very poorly on my previous recent visit to London, I consulted Dr Google and soon came across the amusingly named Edinboro Castle. …

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The BMJ Awards Dinner I don’t often talk about what I get up to in my 9-5 existence on this site, but it does take me around Scotland and occasionally further afield. In the latter category, I found myself at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, the other evening, for the annual British Medical Journal Awards. …

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Leon

Leon I’d spotted various branches of Leon around the place, but never wandered in to try their “naturally fast food”. There’s one soon to open in the new St Andrew Square shopping development that promises such bastions of mediocrity as Cote. On a quick zip through King’s Cross, just before boarding the Edinburgh-bound train, I …

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Jackson & Rye ExteriorStumbling around central London, I bumped in to Jackson & Rye on Wardour Street. Promising egg dishes and hand drip coffee, this sounded like what I was needing to set me up for the day ahead. A smart, informal interior is made to feel bustling and busy by a whirring staff team …

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