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Must Read London Food Bloggers

Mise En Place loves reading all of the local food bloggers from around this great city, here are some of our favourites:

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Eat Like A Girl

Eat Like a Girl is on a lot of peoples favourite food blogs lists (not just London lists) . The Irish Ex-Pat writes brilliantly and not only about restaurants but food and travel as well. Checkout her latest article on Jamon Iberico Ham, very interesting indeed! You can find her @eatlikeagirl

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Food Stories

Helen Graves writes from and about South East  London, in particular, Peckham. Peckham you say, why would I want to read about Peckham?!!? The amazing FOOD that’s why and also how Helen words her adventures and recipes. there are also great photos here that leave you salivating.. We have discovered some amazing Jerk spots through this blog, well worth a read for something a bit left of centre (central!) Find Helen on twitter @FoodStories

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Hollow Legs

Lizzie from Hollow Legs pens some fantastic recipes and also scours the streets of London looking for new and exciting eateries. You can find her on Twitter as well at @hollowlegs

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Cheese and Biscuits

Chris from Cheese and Biscuits is another South London local, hailing from the Battersea area. His culinary adventures arent confined to that side of the Thames though. He roams around London with a great palate and razor sharp pen (keyboard) critiquing some of the lesser known eateries. You can follow him on Twitter @chrispople

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A Rather Unusual Chinaman

Here you will find a collection of food articles/reviews from London and also further afield. As the title would suggest a lot of the food is Asian based but there is a huge library of reviews/articles on here, ordered by price which is very handy. Also checkout the Maps section to find something close to you. You can follow A Rather Unusual Chinaman on twitter @tehbus

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A Facade Of Niceness

This is an interesting little blog. As Carlos puts it “A BLOG BORNE OF A CUTTING REMARK TO THE RUSSIAN AND A PROPENSITY FOR RAGING RANTS ON RESTAURANTS. She does rant every now and then in a very entertaining way, plus you will find a bunch of yummy recipes too!

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One Response to “Must Read London Food Bloggers”

  1. matt says:

    Hi guys,
    Here is another great food blog that you have overlooked. It’s called MenuSpring, a blog about London food, street food and restaurants.

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