A very charming little shop with an amazing selection of spices, herbs and grains all stored in glass jars NO PLASTIC! :) You can also buy just the jars if you want to, they are really nice too. Finally a zero waste grocery store in the area. Thank you Charles!!
Website
liberte-cherie.business.site
Address
Liberté Chérie, 291 Portobello Road, London, United Kingdom
Current city: London
Other cities: MadridThessaloniki
I am a actress and musician raised & based in North west London. I have studied dance at City of Westminster college and performed at the Cockpit Theatre and acting at the Actor Centre, RADA and IDSA. My favourite Film Director is John casasavettes and my favourite character of all time is Micky Mouse. I love FOOD, dance, films, art, fashion and music, but most of all I love to learn new things everyday and to work and collaborate with exciting and talented people from all OVER THE WORLD.
 

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