The jerk sausage was coarsely-groundpork, like the Italian sausage we know and love, but with Jamaican seasonings. The sausage by itself was somewhat spicy, and with the homemade jerk sauce, it got fiery real quick.
If you go to London (or happen to live there), definitely look up Vinn Goute.
They’re backlashing on the sort of operations that are a bit hit-and-miss, in terms of people who don’t know exactly where they’re getting their meat from, and getting cuts from different butchers
I had heard a lot of good things about the quality of the grub on offer at KERB. The choice was good… there were 4 vendors to choose from. I was in the mood for chicken so I made a beeline for the Spit & Roast van.
You Doughnut! fries up the raw dough fresh, right there at the stand after you order. They are called “doughnut bites”, but are 2-3 bites each. Once they are fried, you get several funky choices.
Each one of the bite-sized treats is handmade using natural ingredients and free-range eggs and comes in unique flavours like matcha green tea, pistachio with rosewater, strawberry and black pepper or coconut and hazelnut.
Big Apple Hot Dogs had a great-looking kielbasa called The Huge Pole, but we wanted something smaller so it wouldn’t cut into our appetite too much.
It took me about 3 seconds of consideration before I ordered a polystyrene cup of the Garlic Prawnies for the princely sum of 3 quid, which was an absolute bargain!