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Food writer (and lifelong New Yorker) Kate Krader moved to London halfway through the year. So how do the restaurants in the UK fare against those in the US?
A selection of dishes at Kwame Onwuachi’s new Tatiana in New York, including the stunning Take Out Mushrooms. 
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In July, I moved to London from my beloved hometown of New York. In Manhattan, I turned on my stove maybe once or twice this year. Still that’s more than I have cooked in the UK, which is zero times. 
Which means I have spent a lot of evenings eating out in restaurants in both metropolises. 

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