The young-and-zealous-foodie phenomenon has jumped the pond, according to the Telegraph: "It began in New York, where a new restaurant seemingly sprang up every day, but now the revolution has crossed the Atlantic to London, aided by blogs, Twitter and Facebook. Michelin stars are meaningless in the face of small plates, sharing tables and meal deals on lunches." [Telegraph via Eater National]
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