I’m ashamed to say that I was only informed of this special day a few hours ago. Luckily, I had not yet dined and immediately went to get a quick falafel dinner. I have been making my way through a great number of falafel takeaways on our street, but I am still only half way through as we really do live in a high falafel saturated area. This one was located at 161 Gloucester Road and is named CEDAR. A traditional Lebanese restaurant, it had a wide variety of Lebanese cuisine on offer. The restaurant was completely empty this particular Sunday evening. This doesn’t have any reflection on the food – it was excellent.
The bread was the type you can buy in our local fruit and veg but tasted lovely, a really nice amount of tahini sauce, hummus and chili sauce and a array of salad. In fact the only weird thing was an unidentifiable salad ingredient that was luminous pink.
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL FALAFEL DAY!!!!!!
And if you haven’t already, please remember to sponsor the Falafel-athon 2016– Raising money for refugees in Calais and Morocco.