Oliver Feldman

London Senior Editor (outgoing)

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Oliver was born and raised in London, but at the young age of 23, he packed his bags, his hopes, and his dreams and left for Paris. Here he acquired a rickety old bicycle, a cat, a few words of French, and a foolishly small kitchen. He also developed the skill of eating 90% of his meals in restaurants. Returning to his home city over a decade later, he took the role of editor of The Infatuation London where he dedicated four years to sharing this hard-learned skillset with a team of talented writers. He left the company in 2022 to complete the final stages of a five-year MSc programme, and to focus on his work as a psychotherapist.

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LDN Guide

The Best Big Comforting Bowls Of Soup In London

Sometimes you just need a big bowl of hot. From yukgejang to lamb broths, here are 11 places in London to find great soup.

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7.7

LDN Review

Atis

Atis is a build-your-own salad place in Shoreditch with a lot of options, but also some very good ideas about what makes a tasty, satisfying lunch.

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8.2

LDN Review

Kimura

Kimura is a small Japanese grocery store at the bottom of Muswell Hill which is lowkey serving some of the best takeaway sushi in north London.

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7.7

LDN Review

Greenberry Café

Greenberry Café is a casual all-day spot in Primrose Hill, serving nice brunch dishes, and larger and meatier things for lunch and dinner.

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LDN Guide

The Best Restaurants In Marylebone

Where you should be eating when you’re in Marylebone.

More Pedestrianised Roads, A New Outdoor Venue In King’s Cross, & Other Restaurant News feature image

LDN Feature

More Pedestrianised Roads, A New Outdoor Venue In King’s Cross, & Other Restaurant News

London restaurant news for the week of March 15, 2021.

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LDN Review

Big Jo Bakery

Big Jo is a bakery, café, and restaurant on Hornsey Road that’s as good for a morning coffee and croissant as it is a night out.