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Thats Shanghai Magazine Review

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The British Kitchen has been featured in the opening pages of the food section in November’s edition of Thats Shanghai Magazine. Thats Shanghai article on The British Kitchen reads:

As if keeping the sweet-tooth monster at bay wasn’t hard enough, good sense now has Earl Grey tea muffins with plum jam (RMB15) and chocolate almond cookies (RMB8/cookie, RMB40/six) to contend with. Luckily, the Brit behind sweet startup The British Kitchen – James Stockdale – is a full-time architect, so his treats are only available a few times a month. If you catch him at Jiashan Market, be sure to snag a teacake (RMB15) – the dense poundcake-like batter drizzled with toothsome toppings like lemon icing or chunky cherry compote. Also delicious are British brownies (RMB20), which are more fudge than flour and maintain a bitter cocoa bite. He doesn’t deliver regularly but says, in emergencies, he might be able to work something out… // Find them at Jiashan Market every first and third Saturday (see pg89) or visit thebritishkitchen.com

Thats Shanghai Review of The British Kitchen

Thanks to Monica Liau for such a fantastic write up.

Thats Shanghai is a monthly English-language listings and entertainment magazine published in Shanghai, China. The magazine has a distribution of 60,000 and can be found in many places around Shanghai including Wagas and Element Fresh.

Thats Shanghai also has an online site which is regularly updated on all the events happening in the city.

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