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each piece resembles a slice of salami
more than a traditional jerky slab and while it’s seasoned well you just don’t get the same depth of meaty flavour as you do with beef jerky.
On a late Tuesday night I was craving some food when I happened to come across something I had never seen before, a place that sold Indian burritos, Bombay Burrito. It’s a small place from first glance but it has plenty of seating space downstairs, more importantly it has taken something that is usually considered Mexican and put a very interesting spin on it.
Curious I ordered a Tandoori chicken burrito with medium spice sauce, lettuce, cheese, crispy onions and chilli sauce. As usual eating a burrito is a very messy experience but one that was familiar and unfamiliar at the same time. The burrito had a bit of crispiness and heat to it but it feels like it’s rebelling against system, trying to redefine what a burrito is.
If a burrito is just a portion of meat/meat substitute with vegetables and sauces then that opens up the barriers for so many different flavours outside of the usual Mexican ones. If you had a wrap with grilled chicken, teriyaki sauce and kimchi would that count as a burrito?
Regardless at just £4.95 for a very generously sized meal I buy levitra legal us definitely think it’s worth checking it out if only for the unusual experience of biting in to a burrito and a different form of spice and heat in the form of a curry.
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way to spice up your fries McDonald’s are now selling smokey BBQ McShaker fries in the UK. While it may just be regular everyday fries that come in a special bag with a sachet of
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Before leaving for my 3 month internship in the Czech Republic I went out to dinner with my mum and grandma to a restaurant in Wimbledon village called Côte.
Wanting to try out some new food I first ordered a Charcuterie Board which consisted of Savoie ham, smoked duck breast, saucisson sec and duck rillettes with baby gem salad and chargrilled pain de champagne most of which I hadn’t even heard of let alone tried. While obviously being on the very meaty spectrum of tastes I liked everything especially the duck rillettes which surprised me as I usually despise pâté like dishes.
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Having never been there I was impressed with the decor, waiting service and quality of food although Côte is definitely one of those restaurants were you pay more for smaller portioned but higher quality food, it’s not a place I think anyone would go regularly but it seems ideal if you friends/family want to treat themselves to something a bit upmarket without breaking the bank too much.
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CAU’s take on Paella. Angel hair pasta, sofrito, squid, clams, prawns & flaked pollock.
Smoked haddock and cheese croquet
5 in a basket
came in a mini deep fryer type
Crispy and light
almost like a nicely melted cheddar
Haddock had the most flavour
When you go to pick it up it crumbles and it’s hard to keep
on your fork
Nice creamy mayo
Almost like gourmet spaghetti in a can
lot more than it looks
A ting bit of spice
For over 10 years I have been going to what used to be Park Place and is now the Toby Carvery in Mitcham. For those who don’t know Toby Carvery is a restaurant/pub type setting where you can enjoy a buffet style roast dinner with everything you could possible want all regularly restocked and 4 different types of meat (beef, pork, gammon, chicken) carved right in front of you.
As it was Christmas day they changed up the menu a bit by having even more on offer including pigs in blankets and 2 types of stuffing but essentially the meal was the same as what you could normally get their not that that’s a bad thing. While I enjoyed the smoked salmon starter I felt that the main meal was too big for me to handle and I struggled to finish the chocolate cheesecake although this was my fault as you can have as much or as little of the roast as you want.
During the meal we got to pull crackers with the usual mediocre jokes and prizes inside them including a water pistol which I have been very tempted to use on the cats but have refrained from doing so yet. The chocolate cheesecake was very nice and the slices were big, as I got to the end I found the taste to be a little too sickly even with the raspberries and cream to help balance it.
This was a great Christmas lunch and although you don’t get too much more than you would usually get from the Toby Carvery it’s well worth the price just for the convenience factor alone, and with the 20% off voucher I got at the end of the meal i’ll be sure to come back soon.
Every once in a while McDonald’s comes out with a new and sometimes unique creation, sometimes it’s a drink or snack hit usually it’s a burger. The BBQ smokehouse burger recently made its way to UK menus for just £4.19.
As per usual it comes in a very nicely designed cardboard box but the contents of the box are what’s more important here. By McDonald’s standards the burger
was good it had a meatier patty than usual, a good amount of
crunch from the onions and what I think was a brioche bun which was an unexpected twist.
When you go to McDonald’s you know you’re not going to get the best burgers but for the price the barbecue bacon burger is actually a decent snack so if that’s your thing I recommend you try it.
We all know five guys does some dayum good burgers and fries but never did I expect to see the choice to add apple wood smoked bacon to your milkshake. By standing on my tip toes I was able to see that they crumble the bacon and mix it in to the milkshake as opposed to blending it in which meant it was a little crunchy but I feel like it was a good move to me sure it didn’t overpower the shake.
It took me a while to think of how to describe the taste but I think deep sums it up pretty nicely.
It’s sweet but at the same the bacon give it that savoury taste almost like you mixed ice cream with beef jerky. It’s thick both in texture and flavour and definitely not for everyone but I think it’s an interesting sensation ou acheter du cialis forum that should be tried at least once.
Keeping with the theme of novelty food products I never knew you could create such an interesting shape with potatoes, despite having the taste and texture of crisps the tornado fries spiral up a stick create an edible sculpture of sorts. It’s not until you try to eat it though that you realise how difficult it actually is and the amount you actually get is not much more than a regular 35g packet of crisps for the price £4. Honestly i’m not even mad https://www.cialissansordonnancefr24.com/ as the whole experience and skills that must’ve gone in to making it was well worth the money in my opinion.
Whenever i’m in the brick lane/truman brewery area I always get something to eat from the variety of food stands, although I
was originally going to eat at Mother Clucker when I saw this gargantuan truck which was larger than two stands side by side I had to check out what they were selling. Although i’ve heard of sourdough bread i’ve never heard of or even considered sourdough pizza to be a thing but it is, like all food stands there isn’t much of a menu but whatever they have they do really, really well.
I decided to get a Veneziana pizza which comes topped with mozzarella, tomato, ham and mushrooms, a classic farmhouse if you will, it was made fresh in front of me in an authentic wood burning oven which is probably what justifies the size of the truck. The 9″ pizza was very light and
fluffy with a sweet tomato puree and creamy mozzarella, for £6 it was a nice lunchtime treat that I might treat myself to once in a while.
After finishing it I realised something odd not about the pizza but about the company, the people behind this pizza van don’t have a website, Twitter handle or even a company name attached them and i’m not sure if they will have one anytime soon, this just may be a limited time pop-up so if you fancy trying this I recommend you head down to the Truman Brewery before it disappears.