Sunday, 1 September 2013

Brazil in north west London




My next door neighbours are Brazilian. There’s a churros van at the end of my road run by a Brazilian. They’re on my train on my way into work. Brazilians are all over north west London. I’ve written a bit about this before and, this weekend, I was reminded of it again. Firstly, the Brazilian flag caught my attention on the wall of Salusbury Primary school, where the Queen’s Park Farmers Market is held. Then, at Hugo’s, a restaurant on Lonsdale Road, I found out that the head chef, Cesar Rodrigues, is Brazilian (but not the cuisine). Two very small details, I know, but part of a bigger Brazilian picture in NW.

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