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Coconut curls

Coconut Curls – they sound like  a Shirley Temple song, but unlike the ringletted singer, these leave you wanting more; curly shavings of coconut, dried and seasoned with salt or pepper. High in fibre, 109 calories per packet, even part of your five-a-day.

Coconut curls by Ape snacks, 99p/20g available Morrisons, Planet Organic or visit apesnacks.com

 

Hotel Mondrian

One of the best places in London for al fresco dining – the Mondrian Terrace overlooks the Thames by London Bridge. Perfectly placed for galleries, The Globe and the Millennium Bridge to St Paul’s, it’s traffic free, surrounded by huge tubs of clever summer planting and can provide a classy lunch

Mondrian Hotel, 20 Upper Ground London SE1, tel 0203 747 1000 www.morganshotelgroup.com/mondrian/mondrian-london

 

Little Moons

Round balls of gelato encased in a chewy dough of sweetened rice flour. Yes, they sound disgusting but these little scoops of Japanese Mochi ice cream in six flavours are surprisingly delicious. Small enough for a no-guilt snack, exotic enough to make a fancy, fuss-free pudding.

Little Moons mochi ice cream, in six flavours  inc raspberry, Matcha green tea and coconut, from £5.99 for six x 32g, available Whole Foods or visit littlemoons.co.uk