Sessions – Angel


Decided to check out the newly opened yesterday. The concept is simple – Three independent restaurants under one roof, one kitchen, three different cuisines.

Here’s a little run down of each vendor’s main options:

🐯 @tigerandrabbituk
🍴 Korean
🌱 Crispy tofu in soy maple with ssamjang aioli, cucumber & a sesame dressing 💰 £8.50
🌱 Kimchi & tofu fried rice 💰 £10
🌱 Smashed potatoes with Korean seasoning 💰 £4.50

🍆 @bighas___
🍴 Turkish
🌱 Caramelised aubergine & peppers with tender Cyprus potato in a Turkish tomato sauce 💰 £8
🌱 Aubergine shish – roasted aub, confit garlic with tahini dressing, sumac & pomegranate 💰 £11
🌱 Has fries 💰 £4

🇬🇭 @ghanakitchen
🍴 Ghanaian
🌱 Red fed stew & kelewele – spicy bean stew with deep fried sweet plantain 💰 £11
🌱 Fries 💰 £4

🍺 There’s also a bar serving beer, wine & soft drinks

💭 I tried the crispy tofu & tofu kimchi fried rice. I enjoyed the crispy tofu – liked the nutty, creamy sauce and the tofu had a nice crisp layer. The fried rice had some nice flavours but I was hoping it’d have a stronger flavour and perhaps be a little spicier. I’ve only just really gotten into enjoying kimchi so I’m no expert but I like it when it has a little kick to it. I’d probably order both again if I was there though. My friend had the aubergine shish from Big Has. She enjoyed it, I had a bit and liked the tahini but wasn’t a fan of the way the aubergine was cooked – I prefer it more melt-in-your-mouth level of soft. I probably wouldn’t order this dish again

🤷🏼‍♀️ Worth a visit? I like this unique concept and I can imagine on a busy day, the atmosphere is great. I’d like to see a wider range of vegan options but would go back if they added a couple more

📍Location: Angel
🌾Gluten Free Options? Yes
🌱100% Vegan Business? No
🍽 Cuisine: Turkish, Korean and Ghanaian
📦Leftovers: I took the last of my rice home with me
🌍Sustainability:⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣The takeaway containers are biodegradable
♿️ Wheelchair friendly: Yes
🐶 Dog friendly: Yes

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