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Post by PrimroseHill » Wed, 11 Dec 2013 9:58 am

There are some underground kitchens/restaurants in London, whereby, their living rooms on certain days are turned into a restaurants with tables and chairs. And its all done via social network. I have eaten in there but I have followed and it looked impressive.

I have noticed that there are similarish outfits here in SG, but mainly bakery and these folks do it from home. Some of the pictures posted of the cakes looks amazing.
I have not bought anything from these vendors but contemplating it, I doubt that they have the required licences, just saying

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Post by JR8 » Wed, 11 Dec 2013 11:40 am

PrimroseHill wrote:There are some underground kitchens/restaurants in London, whereby, their living rooms on certain days are turned into a restaurants with tables and chairs. And its all done via social network.
Reminds me of the city where I went to uni. There were 'curry-houses' (literally). People, often Bangladeshis AFAIR, would rent a house, and turn the 'front room' into an eating space with maybe 4-5 tables for 4. That was all by word of mouth (pre internet days).

Bloody good food, and not expensive.

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