This little market stall ethio-piqued my interest 👀
I’m going to set the scene for you:
🚶🏼♀️A little, hungry (maybe even on the verge of hangry) London vegan wanders along the South Bank contemplating (maybe even moaning a little about) what she’ll eat in a pretty meat-heavy street food market. Just as she and poor @thebigjolleyvegan (who has had to deal with this spout of hanger) thinks that all hope is lost, they turn a corner and are greeted by the dazzling green of the @ethiopiquestent ⛺️ Her mood dissipates and is replaced by a gigantic, over the top smile (no surprises there) as she realises that this is a 100% vegan Ethiopian stall 😱🌱
That’s the truth behind this @ethiopiques photo 😂 So, what did we eat and what did we think?
🌱Set mixed plate
✏️This gives you a chance to try a little bit of everything and every bite was bloody brilliant 😍 There’s a great combination of flavours and you can use the injera to soak up all of them 🤤 Super fresh and left me feeling light but full. It is a little pricey but the portions are very generous.
❓Order Again? Yes
Ethiopian cuisine doesn’t get enough praise, in my eyes. It’s so vegan friendly, it’s overflowing with flavour, it’s good for ya and it’s deceptively filling. If you haven’t tried Ethiopian food before, I strongly urge you to give it a go! Where’s your favourite Ethiopian spot in London?
📍Location: South Bank & Brick Lane
🌾GF Options? Yes
🌱100% Vegan? Yes
🏠Eatery: Street food stall
👩🍳Service: Efficient, fast
🎶Vibe: Casual, busy
📸 @thebigjolleyvegan & me
📦Leftovers: No, we ate it all
🌍Sustainability: Not 100% sure what the plate is made of / if it’s recyclable but I don’t think it is so it would be great if they’d consider making it from planet friendly materials! We took our own cutlery. Would advise taking your own tub if you can ☺️