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Healthy menu at Squirrel London

During the madness of fashion week it is difficult to find time to sit and eat calmly, so we always choose places that can serve something quick and preferably healthy. We had the privilege of lunching at the Squirrel Restaurant, which offers a great variety of super healthy salads, sandwiches and drinks. The concept of the restaurant is Grab & Go, and was opened in the summer of 2016 in South Kensington, the privileged area of ​​London.” We went there to have a quick but tasty lunch and it was exactly what we found, a salad dish rich in delicious ingredients and to accompany it, a juice with vegetables. Every day, food is prepared in local cuisine to meet a menu that has been carefully organized by a nutritionist. Squirrel is open from 7am is also the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, with a morning menu that includes breakfast with…

A Chinese experience with Chai Wu

Culture & Trend flew to London for LFW (London Fashion Week). It was three intense days but with a lot of surprises, including the Chai Wu restaurant, located in an extremely privileged location: the 5th floor of the famous Harrods store. Chai Wu offers sophisticated and innovative Chinese cuisine.” The sea bass served with a golden leaf and lobster dumpling surmounted with Beluga caviar are some of the excellent dishes you can try there. Our team was able to appreciate a very varied banquet that ranged from spring-rolls to seafood noodles, all of top-class and rich in flavors. Improving the Chai Wu experience is the interior of the restaurant, based on the five elements of Chinese philosophy: water, metal, wood, earth and fire, creating an elegant and intimate design for every occasion. The restaurant is a true shrine full of flavors to deepen the Chinese universe. We hope to return…

A Magical Place Called Osteria Del Portone

Another gourmet tip for you.  This time this is the Osteria del Portone, which combines tradition and innovation in its dishes, a few steps from Milan. The inn was born in the distance of 1722 and since then it enchants customers and visitors with a delicious menu made of dishes revisited in a simple but tasteful way.” Culture & Trend had the opportunity to have a dinner at the Osteria, and had a great experience of flavors already starting from bread, strictly made at home. In addition to the room accommodating up to 90 guests, the place has a beautiful garden, a bar to enjoy some drinks and, a cellar, a truly magical place. But let’s talk about delicious and magical flavors such as the horse tartare with a “Parisi” egg, an absolute must-have, along with Risotto Carnaroli San Massimo with goat Montevecchia with lemon scent, but you can not…