Whether you’re a burger or a taco kind of girl, London’s street food scene is awash with foodie delights. With street vendors pitching up on every street corner, food lovers can go from crunchy fish finger sandwiches to fluffy Taiwanese buns without so much of a linen table cloth in sight.
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Whilst London is awash with the latest must-be seen in cocktail bars and restaurants, sometimes it’s the oldies that are the best. From old-fashioned cinemas to flamboyant theatres, the capital is brimming with retro gems – you just need to know where to find them. So, if you’re looking for an evening of all-out tradition with a heavy hit of nostalgia, step in back in time and indulge with our pick of the coolest retro drinking dens, antique eateries and vintage theatre halls.
national cuisines that Himalayan food tends to draw from spans everything from Indian, to Nepalese, to Tibetan, and Chinese. The things they have in common are strong spices, and fragrant herbal undertones, which go into dishes like garlic coriander steamed chicken, a new take on Chinese prawn toast, pan-fried Tibetan duck momo dumplings, and miniature gold coin dumplings (named for their shape