When the team at Inspire-LS sent me on my second mission in a bid to tackle one fabulous restaurant at a time, and informed me it was in Stevenage, all I read was ‘food’ and ‘buffet’ and I was there! I was not sure what to expect from Salt & Good as I knew it was a culmination of various food types and cuisines under one roof. I would be the first to admit that I am often quite skeptical about various foods under one roof as I feel the mass production can often affect the quality of the food. But being a serious foodie, I was more than ready to give it a try.
As a self-confessed food lover I was naturally looking forward to chowing down at the Brazilian themed restaurant Las Iguanas. It is a restaurant that I have walked past on many occasions with friends as we look at various restaurant menus, but on most occasions we opted to dine elsewhere. Not because it didn’t look tempting but because it was always busy with a long waiting time. So when the opportunity came to review Las Iguana’s in Brunswick Square, London, I did my happy dance.
Barbecuing pizza is something that many people haven’t considered, and yet the heat of the coals, the smoked flavour, and the fact that a closed barbecue lid can seal in incredible temperatures means that it is a surprisingly easy and effective way of cooking pizza at home. Using a pizza stone helps make sure that the base of the pizza is crisp, but you can also get away with using an upturned metal baking tray.
I am without a doubt a chicken fan. I would love to say that because I am a healthy food enthusiast that I don’t like meat. Unfortunately; I’m not at that place just yet. However, saying that; I am pretty pleased that I am not quite at that point yet as I would have missed a mouth-watering opportunity to visit and review the absolutely tasty menu at Central London eatery Ma’Plucker.