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I love Berlin’s evolving food scene, but exploring London’s is just a whole different thing—it almost seems like all the current food trends started here, whether it be big hitters like Ottolenghi’s vegetarian delights, inner-city famers’ markets, street food markets, artisan bakers, excellent coffeemakers, and whatnot.

During the London Design Festival, I finally visited Towpath Café, by the Regent’s Canal. A simple and charming institution, it was a surprising novelty with a down-to-earth approach when it was opened three years ago, and it has since served as a model for many newcomers. Focusing on naturally good ingredients and home cooking instead of creating overwhelming haute cuisine brought the lovely owners to the attention of Todd Selby, who featured them in his book Edible Selby.

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Mary Scherpe

Mary Scherpe is a writer and the founder of the blog Stil in Berlin. At its inception, Stil in Berlin was a fashion-focused photo diary with an eye on Berlin ...