Category: Julie Goffredo
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Bethnal Green road is an interesting one. Connecting trendy Shoreditch with hipster Hackney, it’s in that strange not-quite, gentrified limbo where chicken shops and charity shops stand side by side organic corner stores and artisan coffee. A juxtaposition of culture and communities that don’t always see eye to eye. But

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We’ve all been there. We’ve purchased our lovely bag of speciality coffee, enjoyed that first delicious aroma only a newly opened bag can exude and made our favourite barista flat white/espresso in the comfort of our own home. But what do we do now? How do we preserve that rich

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I’ve been told, that years ago, in a time before I even knew caffeine existed, London was a barren wasteland of mediocre coffee. So, I can only imagine how painful it was for the Australians and New Zealanders arriving in the city for the first time. Thankfully they chose not

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To an unsuspecting customer, Central Street Café is another lovely independent venue. The kind that likes to keep things simple but high quality, buzzes from lively chatter and the sound of the coffee machine, without feeling overcrowded or claustrophobic and perhaps most importantly of all, can make a really good

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Until recently I was a student. A carefree, coffee loving languages student. But then the inevitable happened and I graduated and the bubble of student life suddenly burst throwing me head first into the scary adult world. I swapped the safe, cobbled streets of Bath for the bright lights and fast-paced London

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A New Trend It’s no secret that plant-based foods are IN. Those poor, lifeless, boiled vegetables your mum once forced you to eat have been given a new lease of life by the likes of Deliciously Ella who have transformed our perception of eating non-meat dishes with rainbow salads, pretty

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