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If you care about your food and where it originates, you are going to love discovering our food and drink scene.
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organic, keto and paleo, as well as a passion for plant-based cuisine, we can even boast a local food incubator. The rise in local bakeries, cafés and restaurants serving up innovative vegetable-centred cuisine is not a trend but the new reality all over the city.
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