1947 London - A Food Love Story

Once you enter ‘1947 London’ cosily nestled in the heart of the UK’s capital, you’re greeted with a spectacular wall design by paper artist Karen Navalta. It’s an awesome 3D mural of rose-gold, copper and frosted plum roses. This striking feature leads us to a vast dining area of plush curved booths finished in rich…

Spinach

The first we heard of spinach in Britain was when Richard II’s master cooks penned a simple recipe for it in England’s earliest cookery book. The 14th century suggestion was to boil and then fry it. This method is not far from how these greens are cooked today. In India and Persia its pungent taste…