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Restaurant review: L’Arpège, Paris

Restaurant review: L’Arpège, Paris

Food, Lifestyle, Uncategorized
The house of faith for vegetables. Probably the most divisive restaurant, L’Arpège is a place where you’d either love or hate, no in-between. As a loyal fan of the popular series Chef’s Table I came across chef Alain Passard’s 3 Michelin-star restaurant for the first time. His passion for cooking could be easily noticed in the episode, which showed how he began gaining recognition with meat dishes and afterwards found his calling with vegetables. The restaurant and the chef received a lot of praises for creating a revolution on fine-vegetable-dining, and it is always fully-booked, even though the prices are very (very!) steep. I managed to score a reservation for my best friend’s birthday. She’s a vegetarian and a foodie, so I knew chef Alain Passard’s restaurant would b

Is London Food Too Expensive For Students?

Food, Uncategorized
London is notoriously expensive. It is typically quoted as the priciest place to live in the UK, making it a difficult place for students to reside. Even the cost of food can seem inflated. Millennials love eating in restaurants. According to Business Insider, 53 percent of Millennials go out to eat once a week, compared with only 43 percent of those from other generations. But this social hour can add up quite quickly for those living in London, where a meal for two in a mid-price restaurant averages £40.   “The price of food in London is expensive. Unnecessarily so,” says Westminster student Vickie. “It’s more reasonable at home in Essex.” “It’s very expensive to go out, but I still do,” chimes in Kostas. “I go to Nando’s because it is cheap for what it is.” Nando’s may s
The Best Pizza in London

The Best Pizza in London

Food, Uncategorized
Pizza Pilgrims Shoreditch A pizza place that turns candy bars into calzones and allows you to bring your own booze sounds too good to be true, right? Wrong. Pizza Pilgrims in Shoreditch combines all of these aspects to create the best dining experience you’ll get in London. Shoreditch is the sixth storefront for the chain Pizza Pilgrims. Other locations can be found scattered throughout the city in areas like Covent Garden and Soho. In Shoreditch, the bright green exterior perfectly matches the lively interior found on the other side of the doors. The restaurant is relatively small, but a downstairs dining area allows for more customers to enjoy the delicious pizza. The cooks are visible to those dining upstairs, allowing you to watch them make your meal. There is also a cam
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