With it being Monday, it was quiet but usual standards no doubt but enough people there for a buzz. We took two stool up at the bar and decided on the steamed dimnies, one lamb and one chicken souva, a small grain salad and couldn't resist the chips with garlic oil, feta and rosemary.
The food arrived pretty quickly and the dim sims were tasty and of a size that was manageable. I find the giant ones a bit off putting and I'm also not a fan of the fried versions either so this was a good option for me.
I started on the lamb souva and then swapped it halfway for the chicken and obviously Steve approached the souvas the other way round. I'd forgotten they had french fries in them so really the chips we ordered were overkill. Excessive but yummy so sorry, not sorry!
I love the softness of the pitta bread, the juiciness of the meat and being able to turn up the heat with sriracha. Yum! The freshness of the grain salad along with the tang of yoghurt, sweetness of the dried fruit and toasty nuttiness is very yummy. It was interesting to see some men come in for lunch and literally have a plate of the salad each! Whilst I'm sure that would be yummy and filling, how can you come and resist a souva?
This is an affordable but delicious quick food fix and it deserves its popularity.