Bites: Wallpaper’s pick of the latest grooming, food and technology goings-on

Bites: Wallpaper’s pick of the latest grooming, food and technology goings-on

A slice of colourful, chic Bangkok life has just landed in London, courtesy of Fitzrovia’s Greyhound Cafe. Once a fashion house, the brand has morphed into a fun-loving cafe (and Thai lifestyle phenomenon) with 17 restaurants across Asia. Now, Londoners get to try the ‘Thai food with a twist’ like Pad Thai with scallops, ‘Complicated Noodles’ – a DIY taco served with lettuce leaves and noodle sheets to wrap around pork and lime sauce – and deep fried chicken wings marinated in fish sauce. It’s hot and spicy like a Bangkok street market, and takes London Thai food in a welcome new direction.

Writer: Laurel Ives

Greyhound Café takes London Thai in new directions
22 January

No need to stroll around the callette of San Barnaba or Cannaregio to get a taste of your gelato the Venetian way. These gelato spoons for Yali designed by Marie-Rose Kahane bring something of the colourful Italian ice cream display to your everyday table. Handmade in Murano using the lampworking or vetro a lume technique they hark back to a centuries old tradition and with playful character could easily complement any table setting from most baroque to the most minimal. In all combinations of vibrant colours, dip them in honey, jellies and jams or just collect them all.

Writer: Sotirios Varsamis

Tuck into your gelato with a Yali desert spoon
18 January

There’s a new Doc on the block when it comes to natural health tonics. GROWN’s lineup of potent solutions promises to directly help the body adapt to stressors, cope with common ailments and promote general wellbeing. Three daily dropperfuls of Morning Adaptogen (energising), Mushroom Tonic (balancing) and Evening Adaptogen (calming), are all that’s required to take advantage of the tonics’ full effects. Simply mix them into hot drinks (like coffee, pictured), juices and smoothies. Herbs and mushrooms (organic or wild harvested, naturally) lie at the heart of the tonics’ goodness, naturally increasing energy levels and supporting the body’s immune system.

Photography: Anton Rodriguez. Writer: Luke Halls

GROWN promotes wellbeing with daily health tonics
17 January

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