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If you were inventing a restaurant to promote London's scene it would, surely, be this: Korean street food in Hoxton. It's got in-flight magazine article all over it: "Visitors to London will love this edgy eatery." Shudder.

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Partridge stuffed with apple and black pudding

Partridge stuffed with apple and black pudding

Serves 4

One Leicester Street

On the Menu: Sweetbreads at One Leicester Street; hummus; Quintessentially vodka; East End Feast; Urban Night Feast

This week I've been eating...sweetbreads at One Leicester Street

Tramontana Brindis's pasta with cuttlefish, prawns, and aioli

On the Menu: Tramontana Brindisa; Three Little Pigs; Rémy Martin and ginger; Alex James

This week I've been eating... Short pasta with prawns and aioli

Jamie Oliver's Diner, 23a Shaftesbury Avenue, London

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It might look a little like a veggie burger, but is in fact a pulled pork patty
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On the tiles: Makarbas suite

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Two London entrepreneurs have restored a riad as a base to explore this imperial Morrocan city. Sarah Gilbert soaks it up

A typical street restaurant in Bangkok, on the corner of the busy Yaowarat Road and Phadung Dao

Grub street: Bangkok still reigns supreme when it comes to street food

Every city in the world is now getting in on the street-food act, but Bangkok is still the best, says John Brunton in his own words and pictures.

The Dandy: Desperate times call for desperate measures for Desperate Dan

Scottish publisher DC Thomson this week announced The Dandy, its famous comic, could close as the firm tries to cut losses.

Mark's mackerel sandwich

Mackerel sandwich

Serves 4

Her Majesty's meatballs: Pizza Hut's Jubilee tribute

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Yum Buns sell steamed rice buns, slit open, stuffed with roasted pork, and topped off with onions, chillies and oodles of sauce
The campaign for proper Italian food is still on

Trending: The campaign for good, honest Italian street food starts here

We reported last week on the rise of the Pizza à la Bastard, or egregious violations of the dish by food technologists armed with toppings and techniques as removed as the Moon from its Neapolitan origins.

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