Abasalon is a hygge spot set in an old church, in the heart of the Copenhagen’s old fish-packing district, Vesterbro.
Founded by a Romanian coffee enthusiast and a Palestinian chef, Ibrik is the first Parisian coffee shop to showcase the art of oriental coffee making.
A Sunday morning staple since the 19th century, the bustling Columbia Road Flower Market sells exactly what it says on the tin, amidst shops and cafes aplenty.
Perugia’s unassuming exemplar of true gelato.
Simple, homemade Greek food prepared with care in Perugia’s Borgo Bello district
Flow is a vegetarian and vegan restaurant located by the Bear Pit in Bristol’s city centre, dishing up seasonal and locally sourced delights with a twist.
Far more than just a newsstand, Edicola 518 is Perugia’s beating heart of freedom and revolution.
PostModernissimo is an independent space in Perugia for the both the lesser known and the most celebrated in the world of cinema.
A baker’s paradise, The Pudding Stop is a restaurant slash café in the heart of St Albans that only serves desserts. Let me repeat: a restaurant that only serves deserts. That only serves deserts…
The George Street Canteen is a minimalist but cosy spot nestled into a courtyard on one of the cuter and more historic streets in St Albans, serving all-day brunches, lunches, baked goods and beverages.
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.
As the UK’s first social enterprise, independent, boutique, and digital cinema, The Lexi in Kensal Rise is staffed mainly by volunteers and donates 100% of its profits to charity.