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#not just another greek restaurant
In Greek mythology, Amalthea is the most frequently mentioned foster-mother of Zeus. Her name in Greek (“tender goddess”) is clearly an epithet, signifying the presence of an earlier nurturing goddess, whom the Hellenes, whose myths we know, knew to be located in Crete, where Minoans may have called her a version of "Dikte". Amalthea is sometimes represented as the goat who suckled the infant-god in a cave in Cretan Mount Aigaion, sometimes as a goat-tending nymph of uncertain parentage, who brought him up on the milk of her goat. The Life Goddess (TLG), greek deli divine, is a genuine cuisine project aiming to become a reference of new hellenic kitchen to the world. The cooking philosophy is based on a rustic tradition, so unrefined and simple that is deeply friendly and relaxing. It is the earthiness of the ingredients and the simplicity of the techniques that serve the cuisine peasant that characterize TLG identity. The plentiness of a food culture that includes a true feeling of completion is an experience we aim to create for every and each customer. TLG succeeded in creating the bridge from production to tasting experience passing from the product development and the cooking treat. TLG has been running its' flag store in Central London since january 2013, in the very busy area of Bloomsbury, minutes from The British Museum and Oxford street. The store covers a 2000 sq. feet and is open 7 days a week from 09.30 to 23.00. It operates both as a coffee shop and a small restaurant, being able of serving 50 people. The main area of the shop, giving it a strong character, is the delicatessen section. More than 300 products, most of them carrying the TLG little goat brand, are the basic ingredients for our breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. Signature products made with unique recipes and a lot of love represent the strength of greek artisan producers to highlight and capture the greek taste in a jar. The Life Goddess -experimental divine-, opening in Kingly Court mid of August, encaptures a great effort to serve not only proper greek food but unique greek wines. The One Barrel project is a well executed idea that will offer 15 experimental wines in a total quantity of 300 bottles only, each time. Signature cocktails will be made and served exclusively for The Life Goddess, experimental. The Life Goddess, experimental divine is not just another greek restaurant. In Kingly Court.