Brick Lane Graffiti: Let the East End Streets Become Your Canvas

STREET ART: I was in the East End’s Brick Lane looking for street art that was a match for the masterpieces in the West End’s galleries. Check out this selection I photographed. Click link https://whatshotlondon.co.uk/brick-lane-graffiti-let-the-streets-become-your-canvas/

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The world’s 1st vegan fried chicken shop opens in Hackney

RESTAURANTS / EATERIES: It opened this week and I was there yesterday. Verdict? Yummy. Check out my article. Click link http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/the-worlds-1st-vegan-fried-chicken-shop-opens-in-hackney/

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Dar Marrakech Restaurant – Stratford

RESTAURANT REVIEW: Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine East London-style. Hey guys Stratford has a brilliant restaurant that (for once) isn’t inside Westfields shopping complex. My original review consisted of just two words ‘proper yummy!’ but then I was asked to write a few more. No seriously, Dar Marrakech is highly recommended & looks great inside and out. Check out my review. http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/dar-marrakech-restaurant/

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Popular on Twitter Network – My article on how 2 museums represent East End women

MUSEUM ARTICLE: There’s currently a duel between two East End museums. The Jack the Ripper museum in Whitechapel celebrates an infamous mass murderer. While the ‘East End Women: The Real Story’ pop-up museum in Stepney educates us about great British social/political movements from the East End such as the Suffragettes (Canning Town, Poplar, Bow, Stepney) & The Matchgirls (Bow) who pushed for the workers rights you enjoy today. Click link for my article http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/a-duel-of-the-museums-jack-the-ripper-vs-east-end-women/

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