The Hoxton - Holborn. This hotel is a popular spot for students and freelancers. In the same building you can find Holborn Grind, another spot that's on my to-try list. I find the atmosphere here to be motivating yet relaxed; and the fact that they serve brunch whilst you're working is always a bonus in my book! This avocado toast was actually really filling and tasty! Not too lemony, but also not bland. Good crusty, thick bread 🍞 & 2 poached eggs 🍳 --> perfect combo. Be sure to arrive early-ish on the weekends though!
Check this fantastic spread out from my visit to Temper, City.
The food was absolutely delicious and very different from the style served at their Soho branch. A lot more spices involved and perfect for the lovers of chilli out there.
Simply enough concept....order a thali plate which has various condiments and small amounts of accompaniments, then go for the meat or poultry, which of course are the stars of the show.
Middle of the table moving left to right....spicy red curry chicken, 500 grm ribeye with kim chi yoghurt and pork rib with xo sauce.
In my humble opinion the ribeye was the best dish of the day!
If you been to Soho branch then check this place out....we all felt that this was better.
In short in Denmark there is room for everyone. From the longest running royal family who are still fabulously wealthy and have proper palaces crammed with priceless goodies, to the homeless and squatters who founded the autonomous anarchist district of Christiania. Imagine Wimbledon Common but one in which the Wombles have decided to come out of hiding and build their makeshift recycled dwellings on the surface of what seems like a municipal park. Only here, the Wombles like weed. As you would expect this is very exciting for tourists and Danes alike with up to a million visitors a year.
D is for Denmark.
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