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Brisvegas beers hixter duck duck slovenia photo Welcome to Sharking for Chips and Drinks in London A place to note our travels, share our musings, hot new tips and the most recent must-see, do, go-to places to have caught our imagination; the very best of London and further afield. Facebook Follow Twitter Follow Instagram Follow Google+ Follow Pinterest Follow Review: Summer Festival Terrace at Cinnamon Soho by Sharky | Sep 6, 2017 | Food, London, Restaurant Review | 0 CommentsCinnamon Soho’s current limited-run Summer Festival Terrace menu takes diners out onto the street of Kingly Court to enjoy the restaurant’s fusion of homemade flavours, accompanied by upcycled cocktails, as well as to enjoy the art of people-watching nearby punters... read more Staking a Plot in Tooting Broadway by Sharky | Jul 14, 2017 | Food, Hottest New Openings - London, London, Restaurant Review | 0 CommentsPlot Kitchen is a restaurant where the diner never really enters. read more The Clifton – St John’s Wood by Sharky | Jun 16, 2017 | Booze, Food, Hottest New Openings - London, London, Restaurant Review | 0 CommentsThe Clifton has been a fixture of the local community for centuries (established in 1889 in fact) and in last month, local brothers Ben and Ed Robson reopened this beloved pub, bringing a new look and a refreshed attitude to pub drinking and dining to St John’s Wood.... read more...

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Likely Looking Londoners: Occupy London

Fasten your seatbelts, we’ve gone international. The following blog is broadcast live from London for a few weeks. Follow our journey via the wonders of the internets. Wot-ho old chaps! So we made our way towards St Paul’s – not to look at the tourist trap (but what a trap it is to behold) – but to head to Jamie Oliver’s biggest and brightest new restaurant.  What intrigued me was prior to leaving Melbourne I was listening to the Londonist Podcast (great weekly podcast for news and weekly events/goings-on in the Capital) and they did a podcast interviewing protesters at #OccupyLondon. When this movement starting gaining ground worldwide, as usual I waited to see how Australians would interpret this before staging their ‘lite’ version – #OccupyMelbourne.  I didn’t have to wait long.  A few adults with time to kill and students with even more made their way into the centre of town and put up tents.  Then the police came in and forced them to move on. Once they moved into the Gardens it became the farce I was expecting it to degenerate into. Case in point – they tried loading their tents into a ute when the police came to evict them. This didn’t work as the ute was illegally parked.  Then the protesters attempted to dress themselves in their tents to claim it was clothing.  The police...

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