With less than 100 days to go until the 2012 London Olympics and even fewer until the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations, all eyes will soon be on London.
Food is a huge part of any celebratory occassion and (hopefully) visitors to London will be seeking out the very best places to eat, including cafés, restaurants, bakeries, food markets, as well as artisanal delis and pop-ups. London is fast becoming one of the most important food destinations in the world. We are certainly keeping up with culinary trends and in some cases, doing a very good job of setting them.
This week I received a review copy of a book called Eat London 2, All About Food. This is the second edition of the book, the first having been published in 2007. Since then, much has changed on the capital’s food scene and the publication of the second edition is clearly very timely.