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A non-existent restaurant supposedly based in a garden shed briefly became London's top eating place on travel and restaurant website TripAdvisor, who Thursday hit back at the hoaxers."The Shed at Dulwich", based in a south London back garden, offered invited guests conceptual dishes named after moods, including "Lust -- rabbit kidneys on toast", "Empathetic -- vegan clams in a clear broth" and "Contemplation -- a deconstructed Aberdeen stew". Starting at 18,149, the worst restaurant in London, "The Shed" worked its way up the rankings thanks to fake reviews sent from different computers to avoid TripAdvisor's defences.Bowing to popular demand, the restaurant eventually opened its doors, with diners treated to ready meals from budget supermarket Iceland.
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