Coffee Hour

Oshun’s Descendants

Why we shouldn’t shy away from African folklore Black Ballad’s writer, Jumoke Abdullahi, recently released an article discussing how hard it was for her to connect to her Yoruba heritage because the traditional beliefs of Yorubaland were shied away from by her family. As a classicist, this got me thinking (and feeling more than a… Continue reading Oshun’s Descendants

Break of the Month

The Cathedral Cafe, Prague: Review

Rating: 4/5 As I won’t be leaving the house any time soon for anything fun, I figured now was the best time to reach into my archive of Brunch’s past and dig out some of my most memorable locations. Being in the house for 2 straight months has, as I am sure it has for… Continue reading The Cathedral Cafe, Prague: Review

Break of the Month

Is Fuwa Fuwa a Little Slice of Japan in London?

A Review So before everything shut down and we all retreated to the controlled safety of our houses I met up with some friends to experience the much talked about Fuwa Fuwa Café specialising in Japanese Pancakes in Brunswick Centre, Bloomsbury London I want to make it clear first of all that I am not… Continue reading Is Fuwa Fuwa a Little Slice of Japan in London?