About Anna
Art Director and Illustrator based in NYC
http://www.annasudit.com
Current city: New York
Other cities: LondonParis
Art Director and Illustrator based in NYC
 
Favorite pub in East London. The food is good, as well. Nice to go in the evening after a stroll through London fields or the Broadway market shops
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Beautiful park
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Rotorino is a lovely little Italian, intimate but casual spot in East London. The food is great and when the weather is good - having your wine and pasta outside is nice.
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Book store on Broadway Market
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Kind of secret, dark, intimate cocktail bar in Soho. Really easy to cozy up on a couch and stay there all night.
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Zédel is my absolute favorite restaurant in London. Beside the fact that I love french cuisine, Zédel is aesthetically pleasing, very reasonably priced, is good for any occasion, and of course - delicious. My favorite is the bouillabaisse and a bottle of the Bordeaux Superior.
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Prettiest skin care shop
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Small cocktail bar
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Delicious. Mainly, if you've never been - go and get the chocolate mousse for dessert because you won't shut up about it for years to come.
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Vintage shop
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As someone who grew up in Israel, Israeli kitchen holds a big place in my heart and stomach. In New York, and in London (and Paris, I suppose) it's not the easiest food to find. And when you find a good Israeli run kitchen, you're going to lick your plate clean - promise. I inhale a Miznon pita faster than any other food. It's fresh and it's delicious and it's made with love.
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