'Dancing on Tables in Restaurants'...A favorite thing for Emma Bunton

I love some girl groups but never cared for the Spice Girls.
I still liked the way ex-Spice Girl Emma Bunton tells The Observer Food Monthly (in its January 28 edition) about her first time...eating oysters and why she likes dancing on tables in restaurants when the music gets nostalgic and the diners starts singing along to a crowd pleaser such as 'New York, New York' in my neck of the woods.
Singing a distinctly British food tune, in the same article, Damon Gough (better known as Badly Drawn Boy) gives us his Top Ten Fish and Chips Joints.

Amongst other artists sharing their favorite food hangouts are Wynton Marsalis, Amy Winehouse and Paolo Nutini.

Should we file this under Simplicity.

Related British Flavored Stories: Everybody's Happy Nowadays and From Rock Star to Gentleman Farmer amongst others.

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