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Issue 05

A couple of great recommendations for you to try in London this week - frozen yoghurt and a boutique coffee shop.

Yog Frozen Yoghurt

Not that we've been blessed with a sweltering hot Summer, but it's still warm enough to want something cold after being stuck in the office all week or on the tube.

Whilst ice cream would be most people's port of call, others still wish to watch the calories. So instead of a fattening Mr Whippy, you can now get fat-free frozen yoghurt from Yog.

They offer a range of yoghurt flavours such as natural, dark chocolate, pomegranate, passion fruit and coconut. These are all lovely on their own, but if you want to make it even better you can add toppings like mini brownies/oreos, blueberries, strawberries, smarties, granola and banana.

Daniel Sachon at Londonewcastle Project Space

Coffee Hit

London is heaving with coffee shops. From Pret A Manger to Starbucks to Costa, you can't turn a street corner without seeing one. But growing alongside these huge chains are the more trendy shops, the type that don't have to scream out for your attention and showcase an unappealing lengthy queue. As popular as the huge chains are, I feel that they often lack character and the coffee doesn't impress as much as you'd hope.

Whilst walking through Bishopsgate and Spitalfields Market, I came across a chain that I had never heard of before – Department of Coffee and Social Affairs. Both shops were unique had completely different layouts and interiors; Bishopsgate was light and open with windows and an organised seating area, whereas the Spitalfields shop kept with the market theme and was set in a small corner comprising of open brickwork and just a few benches to share with other customers.

Whilst being a little on the expensive side, you get to choose which coffee beans you would like for your brew and the staff make your visit really enjoyable. I think Department of Coffee and Social Affairs should be the place you visit next to give you your morning coffee hit.

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