So this was for sure my favorite meal in #London,
and it came from @vegbarbrixton.
I just read that sometime in the last few months they seem to have inexplicably closed down, not sure if it's permanent but I really hope not. Since I'm not in London anymore I can't double check but if you're there support the heck out of them because they were doing something really special in their kitchens. This was their #Burger, #fries,
was like the perfect #fastfood
knockoff. It tasted more like the real fake thing than anywhere I've tried in the states. It felt like the real thing both in my hands and in my mouth. It tasted so good, so #greasy
and bad and amazing. I've also heard the #vegancheese
out of the states is not great, but whatever this slice of #cheese
was it was exactly what it should've been atop this #veggieburger.
were flavorful and crispy and perfect even after traveling back to my sister's flat. Super good. The #frenchfries
were again a perfect imitation of fast food fries. I feel like you can tell just looking at them, so I'll let the photo speak for itself. That #macandcheese
though man, it was not really an imitation of the #macaroniandcheese
you get from a box. It was its own thing. It didn't taste like it was trying to be #dairy,
but it had a really comforting creamy quality that made it feel kind of like a totally new but equally delightful dish. It definitely had an acidity to it, like there was a lot of vinegar. I love vinegar as you might remember from previous reviews so that's a plus for me. Made me think I should add vinegar to my #veganmacncheese
in the future. Overall the portions were spot on, the flavors were out of this world and so unique to every other place I got the pleasure to try in London. This was serious comfort food and even though I ate it almost a year ago, I still dream of it. 5/5 coconut bacons.