Grabbing a bite when you're out and peckish
Hubby and I were out with my brother-in-law when we fancied having a snack. A lot of non-vegans think that it'll be hard work to find something for vegans to eat. Our brother-in-law's been out with us enough to know that it's not an issue, so there was no myth busting or anxiety management needed.
We went to Blue Zenzer in Harrow and asked the waiter to point out what the vegan options were. Without looking, he knew exactly what was already vegan, and which items could be veganised. We were so impressed! I was also a little disappointed because there were so many options, but we just didn't have the tummy space to eat more than we ordered.
I can't recall what the drink was called but I finished it really quickly, because it was so nice! The Mogo (Cassava) was delicious! It was soft, without being squidgy, it was full of flavour and the portion was just right for the three of us.
Blue Zenzer is an Italian restaurant with an Indian twist. It is family friendly and manages to please many, as it offers a cafe, bar and restaurant.
Blue Zenzer is amidst a golf course called Playgolf Northwick Park, so depending on where you're sitting, the view can be green and soothing.
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