…and the cooking gets easier. So much good produce to choose from. The last of the gooseberries and blackcurrants from my garden. Padron peppers from Blaencamel. Courgette flowers, rainbow chard and green tomatoes from Field Days Organic. Full menu for the Embassy Cafe this weekend here.
Also, we’re now listed on the Happy Cow website: the go-to listings for vegetarian and vegan eateries around the world. Not that I’m saying you should leave a review…
…and then three come along all at once.
First, we’re very excited to announce that the Herbivore will be at the Embassy Cafe on a regular basis on Saturdays from 10am to 5pm. We’re pleased to share the space with the incredible Real Junk Food Project (who will continue their good work on weekdays) but what we will be doing is completely separate.
We will be offering a short menu of brunch and lunch dishes and a small selection of sweet treats. We’re going to keep it simple but change it up every time so we can make things super-fresh and use the best of local produce as it changes week by week. Obviously it’s going to be a different experience to our usual five course supper club extravaganzas but we’re still going to apply the same thought and care to our food and still come up with dishes of the same quality and invention.
Secondly, we now have a date for Herbivore018: our next supper club will be back at the lovely Kemi’s in Pontcanna on Wednesday 30th March. Menu and other details coming soon.
Lastly, check out what HungryCityHippy had to say about us on her (award winning) blog here.
The lovely chilibites food blog has some more nice things to say bout us here.