Friday, July 14, 2006

Time Out

Eat your way around the world in London may be on its summer break but the research continues.

I subscribe to Time Out. This week, the Food & Drink Reviews came up with Mimono "authentic Georgian food in Kensington", so 197c Kensington High Street (W8 6BA) is added to our to-do list.

Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out
They leave the West behind
and Moscow girls make me sing and shout
That Georgia's always on my my my my my my my mind.

Another Time Out section that is worth following is "London Lives". Last week this was about Brikena Muharemi, who fled persecution and war in Kosovo for a British education and a career as a barrister.

More power to her elbow I say, and I've learned from her profile that traditional Albanian fare is available at Era (182 Broadhurst Gardens NW6).

It seems that Era serves up fli , which is "like Cornish pasties but with no filling".

Let's be frank, a Cornish pasty with no filling is dough, but none the less Era can still expect a visit from Coraider's inspectors.

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