The story of the renewal of Elephant and Castle

Eats at Elephant and Castle



Although some days may be dark and gloomy in the city, Elephant and Castle is bright and colourful due to its diversity.

The Elephant and Castle area is one big melting pot.

I’ve encountered so many people from different backgrounds. No-one ever looks the same here.

In order to capture the diversity I photographed different foods around Elephant, as a way to demonstrate the different cultures and people around.

There are many restaurants of Afro-Caribbean, Latin, Asian, and British cuisine located in the shopping centre and other parts of the district.

Market owners sell natural goods, foods that may not find in local supermarkets, ethical clothing, and many more.

The images that I took are of foods that I am very familiar with because of my background. The foods are a representation of the race of people that I see on a day-to-day basis when I attend university.

  • Okra can be used in many dishes such a soup and curry. It is also a good edge control for your hair.
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