Crudo – Oxford Circus

The cevicheria aiming to “bowl” you over 🍲 {ad – press sample}⁣⁣⁣⁣
Venezuelan-owned @eatcrudo in central London offers on-the-go bowls with an array of vegan options! 🌱 ⁣

They have a ready made vegan bowl but I decided to make my own: ⁣
🥗 ⁣Build your own bowl w/ sushi rice, chickpeas, rocoto (lime & chilli), sweet potato, burnt corn, wakame seaweed, nori seaweed, avocado & pomegranate⁣
💭 Everything was very fresh. The sushi rice on its own was quite plain but it did soak up the citrus flavours well. The vegan ceviche alternative could’ve been more creative. I would like to see some marinaded tofu or tempeh. The chickpeas also needed more flavour. I liked the little slices of red onion and the burnt corn. The sweet potato was cooked well but needed more flavour. I also grabbed a side of spicy guacamole and plantain chips – both were really tasty! I did think it was quite expensive for the size of the portion but it was also quite deceptive as I was quite full at the end. I think £7 would be more reasonable⁣
🤷🏼‍♀️Order again? ⁣Yes, w/ changes⁣
🍽 Restaurant: @eatcrudo
📍Location: Oxford Circus⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
🌾GF Options: Yes⁣⁣
🌱100% Vegan? No⁣
👩🏼‍💻Delivery: Through their website or on Uber Eats & Deliveroo⁣
🍽Cuisine: ⁣Latin American healthy bowls⁣
📦Leftovers: No, I ate it all⁣
🌍Sustainability: ⁣⁣⁣⁣All cutlery and bowls are recyclable ⁣
🐶Dog friendly: Yes⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ (outside)⁣
♿️Wheelchair friendly: No ramp into restaurant but seating outside
🖤 Diversity statement: PR: We are committed to diversity in our work, as we believe that diversity drives innovation and we work towards building a culture where difference is valued. We’re passionate about working on campaigns that promote and value diversity within age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, ethnicity, and perspective. With Crudo in particular, the restaurant founders are both South American so diversity of Black and POC influencers is of importance to them too

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