About Mia
Having recently graduated from the University of Brighton, with a First Class Honours in Graphic Design, I have just moved to London to start my new role as a Graphic Designer at Announcement Creative/ The Anonymous Partner.
http://www.miaporter.co.uk
Current city: London
Having recently graduated from the University of Brighton, with a First Class Honours in Graphic Design, I have just moved to London to start my new role as a Graphic Designer at Announcement Creative/ The Anonymous Partner.
 
By far the best bagels in London, they are open 24 hours and being just down the road from my flat a bit too local. It is run by a man called Mr Sammy, who doesn't muck about with portion size. It is well worth a visit especially for their smoked salmon and cream cheese speciality.
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They describe themseleves as a 'village shop in the City' and sell everything 'typically english' you could dream of, from homemade scotch eggs to english meade, this tiny shop is the reason I cross the road early every morning, just to see what treats they've got in for the day.
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One of my favourite places to snoop around is the food market open on a Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It's always bustling with crowds so great for people watching. You can get the best of anything here which is why it's hard to resist spending a small fortune.
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Also the Queens back garden, these beautiful grounds are great for a Sunday stroll to see the pelicans or to feed the squirrels. Duck Island Cottage is worth a look too, a idyllic little cottage situated in the grounds which was specially built as the bird keepers home.
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