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How do you like your eggs? Fried, scrambled, poached, baked? Whichever way you take your eggs; we guarantee we have found an egg-ceptional dish that will whet your appetite! So, especially for Easter, we’ve brought you a list of our favourite egg dishes being served in the best (and some of the more unknown!) restaurants and cafes around London. 

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Duck and Waffle
110 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY

Overlooking the London skyline, on the 40th floor of the famous Heron Tower, is the 24/7 dining experience that …

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Independent juice bar and food café, Ginger & Mint, have opened a cool new shop in East Village. G&M is the perfect spot to fuel your healthy-living, with a vast range of liquid feasts and freshly prepared food on offer. The first G&M juice bar launched in Covent Garden back in 2004, and their latest opening here in the former Athlete’s Village is now open. If you’ve been looking for a place that keeps your healthy lifestyle in gear, G&M is definitely a place that will look after your body and mind!

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Britain is known for many things but one thing we treasure most of all is our great comfort foods. This week (6th-12th March) we’re celebrating one of the best of them with British Pie Week! Pies are an integral part of our culture, you just have to look back at our history to see that. They were infamously filled with human flesh in the London legend of Sweeney Todd, they were a fundamental meal for the working classes in the nineteenth century and, of course, the festive mince pie is an important tradition at Christmas! Ultimately, British pies are loved …

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Top Five: Noodle Bars

We are noodle obsessed at the moment here at London Living, simply because the options are endless. You can choose to go healthy and opt for a noodle salad, or go for warmth and comfort with a noodle soup, plus so much more. This week we’ve hand-selected only the best places that serve noodles in the capital for you to visit, from Chinese to Vietnamese to Thai. Prepare for your noodle obsession to take over!

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Salvation in Noodles
122 Balls Pond Rd, Islington, N1 4AE 

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Duck Duck Goose (DDG) has recently opened its doors at Pop Brixton. The Cantonese restaurant is brought to life by both the food and the décor, inspired by retro Hong Kong cafes and meat shops. Expect to find lots of deliciously cooked BBQ and roasted meats, steamed fish and traditional dishes turned upside down. If you haven’t stepped into the Asian enthused cubby yet then get yourself down there!  

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Duck Duck Goose was founded and curated by Chef Oli Brown. The restaurant marks his first …

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