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Independent cafe offering ‘14 blends of tea’ opens in Primrose Hill

17:30 23 April 2014

Owners Yulia Davidenko and Tom Burdon behind the counter at the newly opened Ripe Kitchen in Regents Park Road. Picture: Polly Hancock

Owners Yulia Davidenko and Tom Burdon behind the counter at the newly opened Ripe Kitchen in Regents Park Road. Picture: Polly Hancock

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A new independent café offering 14 blends of tea and a varied menu of healthy food has opened in Primrose Hill.

Ripe Kitchen was unveiled in Regent’s Park Road on Friday.

The café, run by couple Tom Burdon, 31, and Yulia Davidenko, 23, offers homemade food for all diets, from gluten-free to vegan.

Mr Burdon said: “There is something for everyone. It is homemade food with a healthy twist. We cater our menu to suit any taste or requirement.”

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