Sunday, March 21, 2010

Komkommertijd, Gent, Belgium

I have been told that this translates to "Cucumber Time."
This place is a 100% vegan, all you can eat buffet. And for us, it's open late, which works for us since we work until about 9 every night.
This is a shot of one of our plates...

They have 8 hot choices, and 8 cold choices every night, plus there is always a vegan dessert waiting at the end of the table. If the food is a hair on the 'hippie' side, the desserts are fully legit, fluffy, and tasty. No hippie-ass 'spelt-buckwheat scones.'
This plate has a vegetable tempura, spring rolls, macaroni salad, rice, and some sort of vegetable curry style dish. Every night there is a curry, pumpkin curry is the best one yet. There is veggie lasagne many nights too. Sometimes the grain is quinoa, sometimes rice. We love this place.

Here is another plate...

And another.

And a view of the 8 hot plates.

And dessert of course! Orange cake with chocolate sprinkles.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Mildred's, London, March 2010

Deanna had the Special Burger of the Day. She thinks it had sweet potato in it. She enjoyed it immensely.

I had the "Bangers and Mash," a sun-dried tomato sausage with mashed potatoes. Very good. We don't have much to say this time, just some photos of food to show you. (see our past post from Mildreds) It's our go-to place in London. When it is not packed with people it's a great place to go. When it's packed it can be a bit hectic. Go for an early dinner, before the crowd, and save yourself the stress.