Tag Archives: coffee

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the town of third wave coffee – Portland

I’ve been putting off writing this post on coffee in Portland as it is too much like hard labour. Portland has a population of just 500,000 people but it somehow has as many international level coffee bars as world cities … Continue reading

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an internet what is in your bag guide – Portland

If you follow us on Twitter or Instagram you will know we were in Portland (Oregon) last week for a friend’s wedding. As we filled a 16 gig card with food and wedding pictures we are still sorting through them … Continue reading

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Hong Kong – the coffee

The coffee guide to Hong Kong. Everywhere good to drink and no Starbucks. Continue reading

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Cafe Review: Italo deli in Bonnington Square

Despite having lived in Bonnington Square when Italo deli first opened I never managed to visit it (for Bonnington Square generally here).  You see, we kept different hours.  Off I went to work at 9am, they opened at 10am.  Back I … Continue reading

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Cafe Review: Brunswick House Cafe in Vauxhall

I’ve been boring recently.  Very boring.  Rushing off to Bar Boulud, Chili Cool, Koya, and everywhere else everyone else is going.  Now I don’t regret that (the meals at Chilli Cool and Koya at least) but, well, it isn’t exactly novel. … Continue reading

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Cafe Review: Penny University at 5 Redchurch Street

I am a complete brewed coffee novice.  All of my travels to coffee shops in London have involved one type of coffee – a flat white – ever since Gwilym and his coffee cart introduced me to them several years … Continue reading

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Cafe Review: Caravan in Exmouth Market

Caravan doesn’t need any more good reviews.  The world loves it.  It was already buzzing when we got there at the keeno time of 10:15am on a Saturday morning after a swim at Ironmonger Row.  What I find most interesting … Continue reading