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G is for Georgia

London is an international city; one of the world’s vital hubs. So is it possible to travel round the world without even crossing the M25? This is a journey round the world foods of London. Eating in one restaurant from a nation representing each letter of the alphabet. An A to Z of world food. Georgia is one of my favourite countries so I was really looking forward to this evening. It did not disappoint.
A host of strangers read about the meal on Twitter and came to join us for food, music, wine, and excited talk about foreign adventures.
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  1. Philippa Posted

    Love the change of scene at 1min26!

  2. George Robertson Posted

    What is the music at the start its fantastci?

  3. Harry Hooper Posted

    Seems like a really good night out – Tom seems very rosy cheeked and merry by the end.
    I’m hoping to make your Qatar meal as I lived there for 18 years. Rubbish food though!

  4. John Smith Posted

    This looks like the best one yet – I am really following this project -it’s a superb idea, al.



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