Quorn* with Ginsters have recently brought out a couple of new vegan pasties. For about 15 years I have found myself buying those newsagent plastic packaged samosas when out and about and stuck for something to eat. These days, you have a lot more choice when in a supermarket but there is still a distinct... Continue Reading →
Well, we're all pro's at falafel I suppose, but I was dining this time with my professional chef friend, who made falafel for a living! Double dining. A cutesy couple-y double date - dinner and a (shit) movie. Our other friends had reacted in disgust when we told them, and one of them (recently single)... Continue Reading →
The first thing I noticed when I unwrapped my falafel from its neat little bag was that the “pitta” it was in looked nothing like any pitta I’d had before...
*Many Thanks to our guest writer for this greece-y review. Ntoneradiko authentikon Exarchia Athens This 'authentic' establishment proudly sits itself in Exarchia, the 'anarchist district' of Athens. Even Exarchia's name conjures anarchism - 'ex' denoting getting rid of something (a relationship, a species), and 'archy' connoting images of order and power (patriarchy, hierarchy, manarchy). The... Continue Reading →