5 Frugl Things to Do This Week in London
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This week from Wednesday 7 October 2015
1. A healthy boost for under £5 at Market Green on Friday
Spitalfields hot stuff Market Green have opened a new cafe and you’re invited to try one of their specials. Their menu is ever-changing with the seasons – here’s a selection you might see, or why not try something new:
Vietnamese Meatballs: pork, shitake mushrooms flavoured in fish sauce, oven-grilled
Saucy Chicken: coated in paprika, slow cooked in pomegranate sauce for 4 hours.
Grilled Salmon: honey, soy sauce, ginger, coriander, garlic & red onion
Saigon Chicken Curry: marinated with ginger, fish sauce lemongrass, shallot & curry paste for 12 hours.
2. Get a free haircut
Meet up-and-coming hair stylist Skie Coggin and get a free haircut in this gorgeous salon on Bethnal Green Road.
3. Meet a new BEZZIE this Friday at The FriendZone
London ain’t the most friendly of places to newcomers and old timers alike. But behold The FriendZone, here to create a space to build bridges between us and give you a great night out with some new best mates.
4. Get closer to the music with this unique gig in a church on Saturday – just £8 with Jam Sandwich
Escape the city and sticky floors of traditional music venues and see some spellbinding performances by next generation alternative stars.
5. Treasure Island exists in Hackney – secure your quirky piece of history this Saturday!
Our favourite market mogul Mark Farhall brings a cornucopia of vintage treasure, records & handmade independent sellers to Abney Hall on Saturday.
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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.