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Thursday 2 July 2015

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Reasons to visit LIWF: part 1

13th May, 2013 by Rupert Millar

9. Food and drink

lbs2013_food_680x200It may not be the best (and there are plans to introduce better food stands for next  year) but, anecdotally, while many visitors to ProWein can praise its size, many would add that it’s rather more difficult to find a decent cup of coffee or lunch.

Without playing too much on stereotypes, the Germans are not known for their cuisine.

There are plenty of dependable kiosks and sandwich stands at ExCel to buy a quick bite or a morning coffee and let’s not forget the joys of The Fox for that post-show pint.

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