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Skank, Copenhagen

One of the highlights of last year's European trip was a few days in trendy Vesterbro. While its reputation as a meat packing and red light district is fast evolving into a destination for foodies and fashion lovers, there are playful nods to the rough edges that harmoniously coexist with the rapid gentrification. Skank is one such example, a restaurant whose name makes reference to both the beef shank and a lady of the night.

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Food Trucks, Brick Lane, London

The humble food truck has truly come of age. Just a few years ago they were a rare sight that could only be found via Twitter, but now there's an estimated 4,000+ worldwide serving pretty much any cuisine you can name - yum!

But with increased competition comes the need for strong branding and these gems - MeatPorn and Mother Clucker - at The Old Truman Brewery in East London's Brick Lane have two of the most awesome and memorable names I've seen so far!

What's the best food truck name you've seen?

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Burnt Ends, Singapore

It might sound counterintuitive to go all the way to Singapore and end up at an Australian barbecue restaurant, but Burnt Ends became an obsession as soon as we heard about its pulled pork shoulder in a home made brioche bun with slaw and chipotle mayonnaise! Located just a couple of minutes from our hotel it made a perfect destination for our first night’s dinner but with only 17 covers getting a seat was the main challenge. Fortunately our concierge was able to secure two seats at short notice, right in front of the four tonne wood fired oven so we could watch all the theatre unfold in the open kitchen. We highly recommend a visit to Burnt Ends but despite its famous burger, just bear in mind this isn’t a street food restaurant. Burnt Ends is modern Australian fine dining (serving up Marron and fine wines from head chef Dave Pynt’s home of WA) and is currently ranked 30 in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants.

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