Karma

Karma I was sad to see that Aleppo Kitchen proved to be short-lived as I’d really enjoyed their falafel when I visited. In their place on premises that have cycled through businesses at a fair rate comes Karma, a purveyor of all plant-based kebabs and wraps. I popped in for a late lunchtime visit. The …

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Arpège

Arpège When I decided to make Paris one of the final stops on my six month worldwide odyssey, I checked to see whether I might be lucky enough to find availability at Alain Passard’s Arpège. I was delighted to secure a table on Friday night. While the upstairs dining space is famed for its wood …

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South of Johnston I have been lucky enough as part of my day job to collaborate on some very interesting work with a colleague, Richard, in Melbourne. I’d not had a chance to come say hi to him on home turf previously so was delighted to do so as one of my early items of …

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Seeds for the Soul I was sad to hear of the demise of Moon & Hare as it was that rarest of rare things, a joyful vegan cafe. But as I understand it, the inheritors of the premises, Seeds for the Soul, have links to that previous business, certainly in terms of their vegan and …

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Fired Up Food Hut With the weather having been generally pretty good of late, the Meadows has once again become a very good spot for a seat, a snack and a contemplation of life’s mysteries. Truck When in such a mood, I recently stopped by the Fired Up Food Hut to check out their wares. …

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