Pavilion

Pavilion I’d had a good late snooze after far too much good clean air in Pennsylvania, so after a little gander at Edgar Allan Poe’s tomb I headed to historic Lexington Market for something I knew not what.Having been trading since the 1782, the market now blends traditional butcher, fishmonger and other local produce counters …

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The Ramen Shop I’d slept late and I didn’t really know what to eat so that usually means ramen, or at least it has done on this leg of my trip. I was staying not far from a place called The Ramen Shop which seemed a likely candidate so I strolled round there after a …

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Chinatown Complex On a sleepy Sunday morning with many of Singapore’s shops and cafes closed, I tootled down to Chinatown with a visit to the Chinatown food complex in mind. A hive of activity across three floors, with clothes and whatnot on the ground floor, and a grocery shop including some impressive live seafood in …

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Five Senses Noodles Gangnam! Home of style, incredible dance moves and apparently some of the more chic eating and drinking options in the city. Having taken the tuneful Metro south of the river once more, I was soon in the grip of many flyerers – mainly charmingly smiling middle-aged women – which gave me fleeting …

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Myeongdong Kyoja Writing about dining options in Seoul feels bordering on the absurd as there are a truly mindblowing number and variety of places and that’s just my impression from wandering around the Myeongdong area around my hotel. I haven’t even headed off for Gangnam style hijinx south of the river, yet. At the heart …

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