PUBLISHED: 18:30 19 July 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis The pop up pie stall on Norwich Market. Walsingham Farm Shops general manager Sam Bagge, front, with Alex Draycott, left, and Ali Kendle Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Archant Fancy dining on a barge, down on the farm, at a vineyard or windmill? Read on. A steamed bun from Bun Box on Norwich Market. Photo: Bun BoxEat…on the marketGees the offering on Norwich Market when it comes to street food is extraordinary - many of the stallholders wouldn't look amiss in London's trendy Borough or Spitalfields markets. Where do you start? Sausage and white pudding pie with mash and gravy at Walsingham Farm Shop's stand maybe? Fish and chips from Lucy's? A bowl of katsu curry, sticky rice and pickles from Bun Box? Arancini from Sicily Market? Bubble tea and Chinese cakes from The Dim Sum Place? You're truly spoilt for choice. Many of the stalls have a bit of seating so you don't have to navigate walking and trying to … [Read more...] about How many of these 11 places have you eaten at?
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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Rene-Christopher Wollmann, head of Mercedes-AMG’s 2.75 million euros Project One supercar program, has moved to a job at Automobili Pininfarina in a sign that innovation in high end electric sportscars is shifting toward small start-ups. FILE PHOTO: Automobili Pininfarina's "Battista" electric hypercar is pictured at the Geneva Motor Show, in Geneva, Switzerland March 5, 2019. REUTERS/Edward Taylor Wollman’s move, which has not been made public, comes at a time when big carmakers, like Volkswagen and Mercedes, have been blindsided by stricter and costly emissions tests, forcing them to focus resources on mainstream electric models and on cleaning up their combustion engines. Meanwhile advances in virtual engineering allow even small teams of engineers to develop roadworthy vehicles using software to design, engineer and test prototypes. This dynamic has already helped Tesla and China’s Nio steal a march on much larger rivals in the … [Read more...] about In quest for electric supercars, engineers head to start-ups
Borough Market is the oldest market in London and is still a mecca for foodies right next to the River Thames . It was first used as a London Bridge trading site in 1671 and is nowadays packed with street food stands and artisan stalls, all touting mouth-watering eats. Aside from straight out the pan meals and delectable fresh produce, the market is surrounded by brilliant eat-in restaurants, cafés and unbeatable pubs. Borough Market proved its unshakable pull when hundreds attended its reopening less than a month after it was at the centre of the London Bridge terror attack in June 2017. To help you plan your visit to the market we've put together a useful guide of its opening hours, stalls and most popular restaurants. Where is it? Confusingly Borough Tube station is not the closest stop to Borough Market but London Bridge station is. The market is located just off Borough High Street in Southwark Street, SE1 1TL. It's easy to get to by public transport and gets packed with … [Read more...] about Borough market restaurants, food stalls and how to get there
Kensal Rise is bustling with independent businesses that make it stand out from most London neighbourhoods. The area's cut through by one of Brent's busiest roads but council plans to ease traffic congestion have been met with some fierce objections from residents. That's because "Kensal Corridor" development proposals could cause surrounding shops and cafés to lose out on vital business. While Kensal Rise has not escaped the recent surge in London street crime , there are still plenty of reasons why residents are proud and protective of this vibrant neighbourhood. We have picked out nine reasons why you should visit Kensal Rise as soon as possible: The Lexi cinema This is the UK's only "social enterprise cinema". The front of house and box office are run by 50 local volunteers. Independent documentaries and blockbuster films are shown as well as having a rich programme of panel discussions. It is also available as a venue to rent for parties, weddings and bar mitzvahs. … [Read more...] about These nine things will make you visit Kensal Rise immediately