PED MAKHAM / THAILAND £11.75
Slices of tofu in a zesty tamarind sauce, served on a bed of choi sum and topped with fried onion flakes (East Street, Tottenham Court Road)

3.5/5 - This was pretty tasty and a nice big portion of tofu, but I probably won’t get it again as it was a bit one dimensional.

PED MAKHAM / THAILAND £11.75
Slices of tofu in a zesty tamarind sauce, served on a bed of choi sum and topped with fried onion flakes (East Street, Tottenham Court Road)

3.5/5 - This was pretty tasty and a nice big portion of tofu, but I probably won’t get it again as it was a bit one dimensional.

Crisp stuffed lentil roll over lentil dhal, with roast potato and cauliflower, crisp greens and tamarind sauce (Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, Bath)

4/5 - A lovely melange of Indian elements, with lots of complimentary textures.

Crisp stuffed lentil roll over lentil dhal, with roast potato and cauliflower, crisp greens and tamarind sauce (Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, Bath)

4/5 - A lovely melange of Indian elements, with lots of complimentary textures.

WHITE ONION TART with apple, cabbage, carrots, cider and onion cream, and sage pesto (Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, Bath)

4/5 - A fantastic tart with good accompaniments. It looked stunning and the flavours lived up to the appearance.

WHITE ONION TART with apple, cabbage, carrots, cider and onion cream, and sage pesto (Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, Bath)

4/5 - A fantastic tart with good accompaniments. It looked stunning and the flavours lived up to the appearance.

TRUFFLED BROCCOLI with cauliflower pannacotta and pickled kohl rabi (Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, Bath)

4.5/5 - This cauliflower pannacotta was exceptional and stole the show, though the roasted broccoli was delicious too. The weakest link was the kohlrabi pickles - they didn’t really connect with the other elements and I would have preferred a different vehicle for the creamy pannacotta.

CARROT & CASHEW PATE with spelt toast, seasonal leaves and herbs (Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, Bath)

3/5 - I’m not a big pate person and this was just okay for me. Soft carrot combined with crushed cashews doesn’t really mesh into a pate anyway but there was also a lot of it for the amount of toast provided. That said, the flavours were vibrant and the little pickles were a fun addition.

CARROT & CASHEW PATE with spelt toast, seasonal leaves and herbs (Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen, Bath)

3/5 - I’m not a big pate person and this was just okay for me. Soft carrot combined with crushed cashews doesn’t really mesh into a pate anyway but there was also a lot of it for the amount of toast provided. That said, the flavours were vibrant and the little pickles were a fun addition.

Paneer korma, cauliflower, rice and nan breads (Kennington Tandoori, Kennington)

4/5 - This was all very enjoyable. You can’t really go wrong with paneer in my book, though.

Paneer korma, cauliflower, rice and nan breads (Kennington Tandoori, Kennington)

4/5 - This was all very enjoyable. You can’t really go wrong with paneer in my book, though.

Selection from vegetarian platter including spinach fritter, onion bhaji, tempura vegetables and samosa. Chutney and yogurt sauces on the side (Kennington Tandoori, Kennington)

2/5 - Sorry for the ugly picture. This was a pretty unimpressive assortment. The samosa tasted like a tesco value frozen one, the bhaji was disappointing, the spinach fritter was airy and insubstantial - nothing was really enjoyable. I’d avoid ordering this again.

Selection from vegetarian platter including spinach fritter, onion bhaji, tempura vegetables and samosa. Chutney and yogurt sauces on the side (Kennington Tandoori, Kennington)

2/5 - Sorry for the ugly picture. This was a pretty unimpressive assortment. The samosa tasted like a tesco value frozen one, the bhaji was disappointing, the spinach fritter was airy and insubstantial - nothing was really enjoyable. I’d avoid ordering this again.

Margarita pizza (Princi, Soho)

4.5/5 - I really rate Princi’s pizza. The crust is soft and chewy, the base thin, the toppings high quality. I’ve been a few times and found it consistent.

Margarita pizza (Princi, Soho)

4.5/5 - I really rate Princi’s pizza. The crust is soft and chewy, the base thin, the toppings high quality. I’ve been a few times and found it consistent.

Jerk Quorn & veg on rice and peas, with cabbage and roasted potato wedges (Terrace, Parliament)

Jerk Quorn & veg on rice and peas, with cabbage and roasted potato wedges (Terrace, Parliament)

Satay tofu with veggies and rice (Little Singapore, Finchley Road)

2.5/5 - This was cold and underwhelming. Could have been worse but could have been much better. I wouldn’t order from this takeaway again.

Satay tofu with veggies and rice (Little Singapore, Finchley Road)

2.5/5 - This was cold and underwhelming. Could have been worse but could have been much better. I wouldn’t order from this takeaway again.

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