Articles by Imogen Flynn

13/09/2017

Sky Kong Kong is a low-key Korean restaurant serving fresh, authentic and Asian inspired dishes. Tucked just behind Bristol’s bearpit, prices are low and quality is high.

05/09/2017

For brunch, lunch or dinner, this cosy and atmospheric restaurant in the heart of Bristol sets itself apart with its avant-garde take on Spanish tapas and traditional British breakfasts.

16/10/2016

Gertrud Tavernier is a Belgian yoga teaching, chocolate making pharmacist living in Germany’s buzzing capital. Together with her partner Felix she has started two exciting independent businesses from her own home.

23/06/2016

Maroush is a good value Lebanese restaurant in central Kreuzberg, Berlin. – Serving up kebabs, crispy falafel and obscenely creamy hummus.

20/06/2016

Mr.Vertigo is a relaxed and friendly cafe/restaurant in the North-Western part of Mitte in Berlin. Fresh salads, sandwiches and Mediterranean themed dishes are to be expected.

20/05/2016

Südblock is a cafe, bar and brunch buffet situated in the heart of buzzing Kreuzberg, Berlin. Expect Middle-Eastern and Turkish oriented cuisine, with events and occasional drag acts in the evenings. On the corner of the Kottbusser Tor roundabout, where

17/04/2016

This Monday marks the start of Fashion Revolution Week, an initiative encouraging you to ask multi-national corporations and chains #whomademyclothes? In keeping with SIFT’s aim to support more socially responsible trading, Imogen Flynn takes a look.

29/03/2016

‘Porridge cafés’ have been appearing in various European cities. A sign of hipster gentrification or returning to hearty, healthy and simple food? Imogen Flynn takes a look.

11/03/2016

For a change from Berlin’s serious techno scene, Cake is a laid-back bar in Kreuzberg playing a mixture of funk, soul and hip-hop.