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7 Reasons Why I’ll Miss London’s Food For Thought

1. ‘Food For Thought’ is an awesome name. I like my #foodforthought instagrams, and I like asking my friends “Want to go get some Food for Thought before class?”

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2. I like the people who work there. They’re boisterous and friendly–qualities I truly appreciate. During my year abroad, I think I saw them at least 3 times a week. Maybe 4?IMG_0020

3. There’s a limited dine-in area, so snagging a wooden table with your best friends is a great feeling. It’s always about the little wins in life after all, right?IMG_0023

4. It. Serves. Amazing. Food. Hearty, vegetarian, and never boring. I tell my friends I can go vegetarian… if I got to eat amazing African Peanut Stew, Tamari Stir-fried Vegetables, and Moussaka everyday.  IMG_0016

5. The Berry Scrunch deserves a special mention. Seriously.IMG_0014

6. The Gluten Free Strawberry Scones are to die for. Plus, you can also make an awesome ‘cake’ out of it for a gluten-free friend.IMG_5749

7. And lastly, because it’s where my favorite people and I ate in London.

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I’ll miss you Food for Thought. Can you just not close..? Just some food for thought I guess.

love,
eatprayjade x.

Food For Thought
Address // 31 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9PR
Website // http://foodforthought-london.co.uk/

 

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