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Eat London: All About Food [Paperback]

Terence Conran , Peter Prescott


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July 1 2006
London brims with gastronomic possibilities, from the trendiest bars to the liveliest pubs. Whether you are planning a trip, or simply wish to bring a little taste of this culinary capital into your own home, this guide by one of Britain's best restaurateurs is sure to please. More than just a directory, it tells all about the food itself and the people who make, sell, cook, and care about it. Along with a journey from the markets of East London to haute cuisine in Mayfair, more than 60 recipes are included from the very people and places featured. Recreate a recipe for Sea Bream as it's cooked in Bloomsbury, or sample the best vegetable curry that Brick Lane has to offer.

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Terence Conran is the owner of 29 succesful restaurants (and counting...) and is one of the world's leading designers, furniture makers, restaurateurs, retailers and founder of the Habitat group of stores. He is Chairman of Conran Holdings, the parent company of his retail and restaurant businesses and Chairman of Conran and Partners, his architecture and design practice. Peter Prescott is a young restaurant consultant with clients in London and Moscow. He has been banqueting manager at Grosvenor House and Claridges, operations director for Anton Mossimann's UK restaurants, general manager of Bluebird Gastrodome and UK operations director of Conran restaurants. He is mad about food, drink and anything connected with cafs, bars, restaurants and food stores.

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Fitzrovia and Marylebone probably have the highest concentration of blue plaques in London - earthenware-glazed discs affixed to the outside of all manner of buildings to mark the former residence of eminent individuals - and an equally high number of top-quality restaurants and food stores. Read the first page
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5.0 out of 5 stars Makes you want to go Eat London... July 27 2010
By Annmarie Kostyk - Published on Amazon.com
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I was delighted to receive this book as a gift. It comes with a high quality map of where all of the restaurants in the book are located so you can plan your eating. Lots of photos (we eat with our eyes first). Discussions of each restaurant and what to expect read more like an article from Bon Appetit than a food guide book. On top of all that, recipes for those of us armchair travelers. A great book for London growing food mecca.
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