FFG Travels: University Arms, Cambridge, UK

I’ll be upfront here from the start. This may be the first time I’m featuring University Arms in Cambridge on FFG, but it most certainly won’t be the last. I have fallen, hard. Full disclosure – I’ve always been in love with Cambridge. Just a short trip out of London (50 minutes by fast train), this university town has always…
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FFG Eats: Donnelly’s in Bermondsey Bar & Kitchen SE1

Over the past six months, I have found myself hanging around the SE postcodes in London a lot more than I would have ever anticipated. While this is mostly down to personal reasons, I’ve also noticed an increase in the number of restaurant invites coming from this side of town. There’s no need to say “it’s having a boom time,”…
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FFG Eats: Abuelo, Covent Garden, London

Walking in the front door of Abuelo in London, you won’t be the first to stop and ask where you’ll find the main dining room. You’re looking at it. The small space, that seats no more than about 15, is intimate to say the least, but designed to reflect the concept of eating in an actual home. One family sized…
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FFG Travel: The Fife Arms

Just when you think you’ve seen it all for exotic hotels and destinations, someone points you in the direction of The Fife Arms. This is a hotel like nothing you’ve ever seen before, that much I can guarantee. With just 46 rooms housing over 14,000 antiques and specially commissioned artworks, you can only imagine what a feast for the eyes…
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FFG Eats: Pachamama East

I remember being asked if I’ve ever had Peruvian food, for the first time in New York City last year. I’ll be honest and admit that Peru wasn’t a place I held up on the culinary charts, but I was most definitely told I should rate it highly. I had never had Peruvian food, never thought of it at all,…
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