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ⓥ Salad Pride / Chelsea


Sunday, July 9, 2017

"The reason why, six years ago, I started making salads at my desk in the office was because of the lack of places where I could have the pleasure of a tasty meal but with no worries about the ingredients,”  says David Bez, founder of Salad Pride and author of numerous bestselling cook books such as SaladLove ...

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ⓥ Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen – Bath


Wednesday, July 27, 2016

I have been working non-stop lately with my website re-launch as well as other various projects, doing 12-hour days. Do you think I've got time to be chasing Pokemon? So, a day trip to Bath for a spa day and to check out some of Bath's vegan restaurants sounded like the best idea since cauliflower buffalo wings.    The ...

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ⓥ The Gate – Hammersmith


Wednesday, July 29, 2015

One of the reasons why I started reviewing vegan and vegetarian restaurants in London to begin with, was to show everybody how much choice we have, as I get approached a lot by friends who are under the impression that eating out will become very limiting when becoming a vegan, but that couldn't be further ...

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ⓥ Vanilla Black – Chancery Lane


Thursday, July 16, 2015

I'll eat my future husband out of his house and home apparently, so no wonder why all roads led me to Vanilla Black. This is one of the finest vegetarian and vegan place in London. The restaurant is owned by a husband and wife who opened their London doors in 2008, and had been reinventing the cliché concept of vegetarian and vegan food ...

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ⓥ Tibits – Regents Street


Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Since it was the much anticipated pancake day and I had a very busy schedule, I didn’t have time to make my own pancakes in the morning, furthermore, I didn’t even have time to even have breakfast! Running around all morning I was hoping to stuff my face with pancakes later on in the day at ...

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ⓥ Ethos – Oxford Street


Wednesday, February 4, 2015

I am having a hard time readjusting to the English winter having just come back from an extended holiday in hot Australia. Although some people would say that I should be used to this cold, being half Siberian, and if that were true I should be drinking Vodka like water, but no, I am a ...

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