El Pan de la Chola Lima! After a late night arrival into my absolutely excellent apartment – quite the best flat I’ve stayed in on the trip so far – I was in need of an early day feed so took a gentle morning stroll through my new neighbourhood towards El Pan de la Chola. …

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Nassim Hill Bakery & Bistro An initial impression of Singapore – which I have no real idea whether it’s right or fair or whatever – is that it seems to focus on top-end with lots of glitzy places in hotels and couture malls, and then on the more humble fare of the food centres, from …

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Backhaus

Backhaus Istanbul! As is often the case, most of my time in the city was spent getting attacked in my bed at 7am by monstrous children hell-bent on making Uncle Blythey dress Mulan in Merida’s costume and other crimes, with lots of home-cooked food at the heart of these family fun times. As such, there …

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Bross Leith I visited the Portobello branch of Bross shortly after it opened and enjoyed what they were doing. Since then, the hype surrounding these prized Montreal-style bagels has grown even bigger ensuring their arrival at new premises on Leith Walk has been a queued-out-the-door success.Exterior On the site previously occupied by Douglas’s Bakery, the …

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Greek Artisan Pastries The joy of En Route, En Croute is that when I spot a place new to me I can just hop off the bus and investigate, confident in the knowledge that a fresh adventure awaits when I hop back on.Exterior One such sighting led me to debus in search of Greek artisan …

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