The Doger is served with the same style of the venezuelan street food. A variety of sauces including Guasacaca, Garlic Sauce and Bacon Sauce; the toppings that they used to have: onions, white cabagge and potato sticks; and the perfect complement, a refreshing Papelon.
Dosas are rarely available in British curry houses, and in London, quality dosas are only on the menu in a handful of restaurants. With Dosa Days I am aiming to provide an authentic Anglo-Indian street food experience – superb dosas made from expertly fermented tangy batter, served with rich and flavoursome curry, chutney and dal.
As dosas are naturally vegan and gluten free, they offer a delicious option without any compromise on flavour or texture.
Handmade and hand painted products including pottery, cataplanas, lanterns, good luck roosters, chorizo grills, coasters, trivets and bags from Portugal. The bags are made in the Algarve from recycled material and they are all unique so no bag is the same.
Lagniappe is a Trinidad & Tobago inspired food business focused on taking the distinct and exciting flavours and techniques from the islands to inspire and create amazing food, packed with flavour. All the meat and veg used in the dishes are bought fresh every week and the sada and coconut bakes are made fresh every morning.
At Voodoo Chicken everything is on place grilled, not fried. Trying to match the flavours of Louisiana with ingredients sourced as locally as possible, or grown and transported with care for the environment. All of the marinades and chilli jams are homemade and don't include any artificial ingredients or preservatives. Voodoo Chicken represents the easy-going and celebratory nature of Louisiana's rich history and cultural assets.