Delicious gooey brownies


Brownies; gooey delicious little bites of heaven. I love them. They are one of my favourite desserts, so simple to make and so tasty! I decided to create a spooky version for a friends Halloween party on Saturday night, after some Pinterest searching I found a great idea to create ghost brownies. Perfect I thought, a delicious twist to gooey brownies.

I used to make brownies using a recipe including butter and eggs, this recipe was great, but it took a long time to cook and a good inch around the edge was always wasted being overdone. A couple of years ago I lived with a vegan so I started to bake more vegan friendly recipes. This recipe is indeed originally vegan, and would be except I add non-vegan chocolate to it. After a few tweaks I believe this is the best recipe for chocolate brownies. Try it yourself to see if you agree.

Ingredients:
  • 5 tbsp. sunflower oil (plus extra for greasing)
  • 100 g white chocolate
  • 100 g milk chocolate
  • 170 g self-raising flour
  • 30g cocoa powder
  • 180g golden caster sugar
  • 1 tsp. vanilla essence
  • 250 ml unsweetened soya milk (or milk)
  • Equipment:
  • 20cm square tin
  • Electric whisk
  • Large bowl
  • Scales
  • Cooling rack
  • Greaseproof paper
  • Pen and scissors
  • The method:
    To start, the tin needs to be lined. I personally line my tin up the sides as well as the bottom, I find this is easier to pull out the brownies and transfer to a cooling tray. To do this, get a large sheet of greaseproof paper, put your tin in the middle (leaving enough paper to go up the sides), and draw round the tin. Fold on each line, and then snip into the corners as shown in the pictures below.

    Grease the tin bottom and sides with oil or butter, then place the pre folded paper into the tin, this should fit snugly round, then score with your thumbs so the paper bends over the tin.
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    Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees. Grab your large bowl and start measuring your ingredients into the bowl (sieve the cocoa powder and flour), add everything except the chocolate. Get the whisk and begin to mix everything together, whisk for around 5 minutes making sure to get all the ingredients well mixed. Break up the chocolate and add this to the whisked mixture, then pour this into the lined tin and place in the centre of the oven for 20 minutes.

    After 20 minutes pull the tin out of the oven and leave it on the side to stand for 5-10 minutes to cool. Once cool, pull the brownie out using the paper, place the cooling rack on top and flip the brownie. Then slowly take the paper off making sure to knock back any unruly chocolate chunks, which have attempted to escape. Once cool, cut up and serve hot or cold.
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    If you wish to make ghost brownies, melt some white chocolate in a bowl, grab a large marshmallow, stick this to the brownie with a drop of golden syrup, and pour the melted white chocolate on top, allowing it to drip over the sides. Create facial emotions as you choose (I used chocolate chips). And most of all, enjoy!
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    Thanks for reading.

    • Servings: 8
    • Difficulty: easy
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    Gooey chocolate chip brownies


    Ingredients

      Ingredients
    • 5 tbsp. sunflower oil (plus extra for greasing)
    • 100 g white chocolate
    • 100 g milk chocolate
    • 170 g self-raising flour
    • 30g cocoa powder
    • 180 g golden caster sugar
    • 1 tsp. vanilla essence
    • 250 ml unsweetened soya milk (or milk)
    • Equipment:
    • 20cm square tin
    • Electric whisk
    • Large bowl
    • Scales
    • Cooling rack
    • Greaseproof paper
    • Pen and scissors

    Directions

    1. Line the tin with greaseproof paper
    2. Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees
    3. Add all ingredients except chocolate to bowl and whisk (approx. 5 mins)
    4. Break chocolate into small squares and add to mixture
    5. Transfer to tin and place in middle of oven for 20 minutes
    6. Take out of oven, leave to stand for 10 minutes then transfer to cooling rack
    7. Once cool, chop up and serve warm or cold

    Alabama’s All American Eatery

    Brunch! What a wonderful way to spend a lazy Sunday morning. I definitely think brunch is under-rated; a combination of breakfast and lunch for those days where you wake up later than normal but need food now! Today was one of those days. After staying up late having a mini Harry Potter marathon after a long evening of playing Monopoly (much wine was consumed throughout), we decided to have a lazy morning and head into town.

    Last weekend we tried to go to Alabama’s All American Eatery before I caught my train; the wait was too long so we ended up in Costa. This made our decision of where to go a pretty simple one. Arriving around half 10, the woman dressed as a cat (I love companies who immerse themselves in Halloween) said there would be a half an hour wait and she would ring me when our table was ready. Great we thought, having a wander round Manchester, until realising everything is shut on a Sunday at half 10, except good old Primark.

    After a very short time the woman rang and we headed back to the restaurant. Wow. What an entrance. Decked top to toe in Halloween decorations, from pictures on the wall to cobwebs on the ceiling. It truly was brilliant (will definitely have to go again near Christmas just to see the display). I have never been here before so I cannot comment on the difference in décor but it seemed like everything was different. A spooky feel but a cosy one all the same. The yellow sofas and friendly staff made you feel very welcome and the place was buzzing with excitement.

    Shortly after being seated another cat (popular choice) brought over two glasses of tap water without being prompted. I liked this simple touch, doesn’t cost the company anything but takes away the awkward “please can I have some tap water” conversation. After a lengthy discussion of Rory going from a full English, to waffles we finally decided and sent off our order. I ordered the wild berries with buttermilk pancakes (£6.50 for 3) and a red berry tea (£2.50). Rory finally decided on the Bacon and maple syrup waffles (£8.50 for 5) with a salted caramel milkshake (£5).

    Red berry loose leaf tea – £2.50
    We sat back and enjoyed the atmosphere while the chef cooked our orders. After watching what felt like everyone get food, (we were pretty hungry) our order arrived. A beautifully stacked pile of buttermilk pancakes topped with a berry compote, Chantilly cream and wild berries. The presentation was excellent! The pancakes themselves were good, though in truth they were a little stodgy, but still tasty. The berry compot was divine, the right amount of sweet and sour, but sadly it was let down by the choice of berries on the plate. I personally would have liked a few blueberries as these offer a slightly duller flavour than the blackberries, which were a little too tart to eat. The Chantilly cream was nice enough but I am not a huge cream fan so a little too rich for my taste buds.

    Wild berries with buttermilk pancakes (3) – £6.50
    Rory’s magnificent looking milkshake came, heaped in salted caramel oozing over the edge, this was drunk in about 5 seconds flat (Rory doesn’t mess around). The pile of 5 waffles mounted in crispy bacon and maple syrup arrived. The waiter set it down and brought some extra maple syrup (without being asked). The bacon was cooked to perfection; really crispy and smoky. The brunch could have again done with some kind of berry to add a little sharpness to the waffles, but all in all a tasty brunch.

    Alabamas All American Eatery - Milkshake
    Salted Caramel Milkshake – £5
    Alabamas All American Eatery - Bacon waffles and maple syrup
    Waffles with bacon and maple syrup (5) – £8.50
    After finishing and our plates taken away, we asked for the bill; lots of shopping to do! The bill came in a book (Catcher in the Rye), very edgy and different, but I guess we are in the Northern Quarter. Slightly annoyingly we were charged for “extra maple syrup”, we didn’t mention it as it wasn’t worth the 45p, just slightly annoying that they added extra on for something they gave us rather than something we requested. Another note, we weren’t able to add money to the card payment for a tip, which meant we could only give them a pound due to not having any change. I felt this wasn’t fair for the staff that were all very friendly and did a great job of taking care of everyone.

    A delicious start to a lovely day, I will definitely go back to Alabama’s All American Eatery, even if it is just to check out the amazing Christmas decorations, and maybe even to try their lunch menu. Feel free to check out their menu here.

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    Chefwynd’s famous vegan stir-fry


    This stir-fry is famous, I say famous in the lightest sense. Famous to me as most of my friends have eaten it. A few years ago (when I cooked less than I should have) I used to always cook the same things. When I would invite the girls round for tea, Claire used to make a joke that I was either cooking Green thai curry or stir-fry. That is pretty much all I ever made. My philosophy was if you cook something great, stick to it. I have a new philosphy however, once you can cook something great, share it with the world. So that is what I am going to do. Share with you my famous stir-fry so everyone can try it at home.

    It’s very simple and easy to make, and what makes it so great is that get lots of vegetables all in one meal with a sweet, tangy sauce that makes my mouth water just thinking about it. Anyone who knows Rory or has ever read a post knows how much he likes food, but one thing I found out is that vegetables aren’t “his thing”, I mean he will eat them but they are really just filling space that could be better filled with cake. But, this stir-fry, which is basically just vegetables (and some noodles) he loves. Which goes to show, you can make vegetables taste great*.

    This recipe can be adapted with different vegetables and you can add meat or fish if required. I have kept this recipe vegan/vegetarian to keep costs low. If you wish to use meat, I recommend part cooking the chicken first (5 mins or so) and then adding onions and following the recipe, whereas with prawns, if they are already cooked add these when you add the sauce just to heat them up.

    I invited Claire round to have dinner tonight as Rory is away for the weekend, this recipe serves two generously and is great the next day re heated. It doesn’t however freeze well. The prep takes about 20 minutes, if I have time at the weekend (and I know I want to eat stir-fry one night in the week), I will chop up all the veg, seal them in tubs and put them in the fridge to save time when cooking.

    *In my opinion vegetables already taste great!

    Firstly, you will need to have a large wok, wooden spatula, sharp knife and a chopping board; if you don’t have a wok, a deep frying pan will work fine.

    Stir-fry ingredients
  • ½ red onion
  • 140g broccoli
  • 1 red/yellow bell pepper
  • 4 baby corn
  • Garden peas (few handfuls)
  • 1 spring onion
  • 1 garlic clove
  • ½ tsp. red chilli
  • ½ tsp. fresh ginger
  • 1 cal spray
  • Rice noodles to serve (1 nest is enough)
  • Sauce ingredients
  • 1 tsp. tomato puree
  • 2 tbsp. light soy sauce
  • 2 tbsp. sweet chilli sauce
  • 2 tbsp. terriyaki sauce
  • A pinch of paprika
  • Black pepper
  • Sesame seeds (to serve)

  • The method:
    Time to start prepping! This is where you are going to chop, dice and slice all your veg: finely slice red onion, spring onion, garlic, chilli and pepper; chop baby corn in half length ways; broccoli into small florrets; grate the ginger.
    stir-fry vegetables
    Now to get cooking…turn the hob on to 5 (electric), and let your wok heat up. Once heated, spray some 1 cal. spray in (or oil if you prefer), then turn it down to 4.

    Add the red onion and fry for 2 minutes, then add the broccoli for a further 2 minutes, then add everything else (not the sauce though). Add more oil as required (i spray throughout the cooking process).
    stir-fry vegetables - broccoli and red onion
    The trick here is to keep everything moving, don’t let things sit for too long as it will burn at the bottom of the wok.

    At this point you want to get your noodles heated. Boil your kettle and place your rice noodles in a pan; pour boiling water to cover them. Bring these to a boil and then simmer for 2-3 minutes. (Don’t forget to keep your stir-fry moving).

    After about 5 minutes of cooking, everything should start to be softening and looking almost ready. Add your garden peas now and stir through to heat up.

    Now that your noodles are cooking, and your veg is looking cooked, you can add the crucial ingredients to a top notch stir-fry! Now I hate washing up, so I add my sauce directly to the wok, but you can make it in a cup first and pour it in, this is your choice. Whichever option you choose, this is the time to do it.
    stir-fry vegetables and noodles
    Drain your noodles and add them to your wok, combine everything together and serve. Depending how many noodles you put in, you may want a little more sauce, just add this to taste.
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    stir-fry
    Simple, easy, tasty! Now sit back with a nice glass of wine, and eat a wonderfully healthy meal without feeling guilty for the wine. I hope you have enjoyed this recipe and I hope even more that you try it and let me know how it goes! There is also a printable recipe below! If you enjoyed this post, please subsribe to my blog, you can do this below on mobile, and top right on desktop. Also like, share and comment!

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    Chefwynd's famous stir-fry

    • Servings: 2
    • Difficulty: easy
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    A delicious vegan stir-fry full of fresh vegetables


    Ingredients

      Equipment:
    • Large wok
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    • Wooden spatula
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    • Knife and chopping board
    • Vegetables:
    • ½ red onion
    • 140g broccoli
    • 1 red/yellow bell pepper
    • 4 baby corn
    • Garden peas (a few handfuls)
    • 1 spring onion
    • 1 garlic clove
    • ½ tsp. red chilli
    • ½ tsp. fresh ginger
    • 1 cal spray
    • Sauce:
    • 1 tsp. tomato puree
    • 2 tbsp. light soy sauce
    • 2 tbsp. sweet chilli sauce
    • 2 tbsp. terriyaki sauce
    • A pinch of paprika
    • Black pepper

    • To serve:
    • Rice noodles (1 nest)
    • Sesame seeds

    Directions

    1. To start, finely slice red onion, spring onion, garlic, chilli and pepper; chop baby corn in half length ways; broccoli into small florrets; grate the ginger.
    2. Turn the hob on to 5 (electric), and let your wok heat up. Once heated, spray some 1 cal. spray in (or oil), then turn it down to 4.
    3. Add the red onion and fry for 2 minutes, then add the broccoli for a further 3 minutes, then add everything else for the veg. Add more oil as required (i spray throughout the process).
    4. The trick here is to keep everything moving, don’t let things sit for too long as it will burn to the bottom of the wok.
    5. Next, boil your kettle and place your rice noodles in a pan, pour boiling water to cover them. Bring these to a boil on the hob and then reduce and simmer. (Don’t forget to keep your stir-fry moving)
    6. After about 5 minutes, everything should start to be softening and looking almost ready, add your garden peas at this point.
    7. Then add the sauce, add all sauce ingredients in and mix it through.
    8. Drain your noodles and add them to your wok, combine everything together and serve. Add more sauce as required.

    Olive and Vine for tapas and wine

    This evening Rory and I decided to travel to Olive & Vine, a Mediterranean restaurant and tapas bar, located in Didsbury village. We almost went here at the beginning of our relationship, but due to a change of plans we never went. With a taste card offer that is hard to refuse (50% off food), we decided to venture out and enjoy what they had to offer.

    The restaurant itself is rather spacious; a large dining area front and back, as well as a small area outside, and a live jazz band playing in the front. We decided to sit in the back. This was a good plan as it was much quieter but we could still hear the music being played.

    The décor looked quite dated, the orange walls could really do with a fresh coat of paint and maybe a new colour choice, and the menu’s looked like they needed a re-print and laminating. On the décor note, the walls did have some beautifully painted pictures of the sea and I believe Greek islands. As well as several framed photos stating year and place, I assume from family holidays. These added a really personal and homely feel to the place and added a great deal of character.
    The service was a little slow, but I got the feeling it was a very relaxed restaurant. The lady took us to our table and explained what was included in the taste card discount and what wasn’t. The specials were not included, nor were desserts or drinks, but as long as you ordered the full price meal (i.e. not the 6 mezze for £30 deal) and if you wanted a kebab, you ordered 2 and not 1, you will receive 50% off the bill. A really amazing deal … not sure how they make a profit!

    After a heavy weekend of drinking, from being ‘Lost in Tokyo’ on Friday (wonderful bar in Northern Quarter), and then out in Stourbridge with my friend last night; alcohol should have been off the menu, should being the operative word. A great meal out does not always have to be accompanied by wine, or so I told Rory after ordering a large glass for myself (he offered to drive, rookie mistake). After studying the menu at length (so many options!), we decided to go for an array of food, from mezze’s to tapas and even a meaty kebab (or two).
    After taking our order we sat back and waited eagerly for our food. After what felt like an age but really was only 15 minutes or so, our food began to come to the table. Having written this blog for some time now, anyone who reads my posts will know I am a big prawn fan. So of course I ordered gambas pil-pil and it was very good. Nothing-crazy special, just fresh prawns cooked in chilli oil. Next on the menu: patatas bravas. Although it is a very simple dish, it was done very well, and may be the best one I have eaten. The alioli sauce on top just finished the potatoes off, if anything I would have liked a little more of this.
    Gambas Pil-Pil – King prawns (peeled) flash fried with chilli oil. Hot! – £7.45
    Patatas Bravas Alioli – potatoes sautéed in a spicy tomato salsa and drizzled with alioli – £5.75
    Next I tried the risotto and mozzarella bites, sadly this was very disappointing. Although it was edible, it lacked flavour and that zing of a tomato sauce. I felt a little disappointed, as I usually love this mezze. On the same plate, mainly due to space on the table (we ordered enough for 4 at least,) was hummus and pitta bread. I always forget how delicious hummus and pitta together is, ordering extra pitta breads was a great shout. The hummus was in a cute little bowl in oil with an olive on top, this was delicious; A very simple dish, but a staple on a Greek menu.

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    (Left) Hummus – Chickpea mash, olive oil & garlic – £3.50 / (Right) Risotto & Mozzarella Bites – breaded and deep fried, served with Istanbuli – £3.50
    My favourite of the night came next, the chilli chicken kebab. Wow, this sauce really was the best. I know I often say how amazing things are, but this really was delicious. The sauce was zingy, spicy and had a great deal of flavour and a garlicky tang to it. Cooked perfectly and even went nicely mopped up by the extra pitta.
    Chicken Chilli pieces, pan-fried with chilli oil. Hot! – £6.95
    Next, we had Rory’s favourite of the night; the chicken kebab. The meat here was cooked perfectly; charcoal grilled and had that smoky BBQ flavour that is often missing in restaurant kebab sticks. The BBQ sauce on top was not as nice as the chilli sauce but still tasty. The chicken went very well with the peppers and onion from the kebab, and when I added the chilli chicken sauce, I created myself a match made in heaven. I could have eaten that again and again!
    2 chicken kebab skewers served with chips and bbq sauce – £12.95
    Lastly, what should have been in the top three, but sadly was over cooked and dry, the halloumi. Now I am new to halloumi, having my sister Claire to thank for introducing me to this wonderful goattastic* creation. I was hoping for a delicate taste of halloumi and sweet chilli. But sadly instead I got something quite dry, rubbery. It would have been better if it were cooked less, and were served with a sweet chilli jam. I was disappointed by this, but due to the large volume of food we ordered I got over it pretty rapidly.
    Halloumi – grilled Cypriot cheese with roasted red peppers & a sweet chilli sauce – £5.95
    I would highly recommend Olive & Vine, especially if you have a taste card; all of the above and a glass of wine and a diet coke came to £31.20! You really can’t get much better than that. So go enjoy, and let me know what you think.

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    * New word, copyrighted by Chefwynd!

    Burrito and pimped up nachos - Wahaca

    Wahaca Burrito Bar in the Corn Exchange, Manchester

    Choosing a restaurant to review is always very tough; there are so many restaurants I want to try and so many I wish to share with you! Today I have chosen to share with you a restaurant I went to a while ago with my family. I loved this restaurant a lot, I don’t know whether it was the excessive cocktails or the company but I had a really wonderful evening. With this in mind, I decided to go back and tell you all about it. Rory pretty much eats everything, but Mexican is a personal favourite. So he was sold from the get go. On Friday night we headed to Wahaca Manchester to dine in the Mexican Summer of possibilities.

    You can’t book at Wahaca; just turn up and they will fit you in. As there was no time pressure to make a table, we drank several glasses of prosecco at home, and then got a taxi to the Corn Exchange in Manchester. Short walk down the road and we arrived at Wahaca. This restaurant immediately feels Mexican, the decoration with fake cactus trees, and the weird lights all have a very quirky, original feel and immediately you feel immersed in a new world. Away from the city streets of Manchester, and in to the late summer Mexican party.
    (Photo credit to Wahaca)
    As we have been here before we knew the plan, and had a good idea of what to order, and didn’t need the explanation they give. The first time we came here, Diego (our server) explained the process of the various types of meals they do, and gave us great recommendations on both cocktails and food to order. Previously, Rory ordered the most immense Steak Burrito, whereas I had a variety of “street food”, we decided to combine the two and halve everything to share. We ordered one large main, and four “street foods” and plenty of drinks to no surprise.

    To drink, we ordered a Passion fruit Wahaca Margarita (£6.95) and a Tamarind Wahaca Margarita (£6.95). When I order cocktails I often forget to think about the base alcohol, I dislike the tequila taste, so I made an error ordering my cocktail and ended up giving this to Rory. Then, instead I ordered a Strawberry & Basil daiquiri (£7.25), this was nice but for me it had a little too much spice and not enough strawberry flavour. We also ordered a carafe of wine (house white £11.50) to come with our meal, I ended up having the carafe and Rory had my many cocktails. I say at least I tried, but if I’m honest it just reminded me why I don’t often come to Mexican restaurants, I enjoy the food, but the drinks are never quite to my taste, this is personal preference though as Rory thoroughly enjoyed them.

    After my several changes of drinks our food arrived and we began the descent into gluttony. Starting off with a personal choice, the smoky chicken and avocado tostadas (£4.25), this was easily my favourite. Sadly eating it first was a regret, but this was pure greed. The chargrilled chicken with the fresh coleslaw and guacamole complimented each other very well, offering a taste sensation in your mouth. Delicious start, sadly it did go a little bit downhill after that.
    Smoky chicken and avocado tostadas – £4.25
    Next I tried the black bean and cheese quesadillas (£3.75), this wasn’t the best quesadillas I have eaten, it was pleasant enough, after about half of one I was a bit bored of the bland flavours and left the rest for Rory to finish off. Maybe it’s me, but I felt the best part was the cheese and it was something I could have whipped up at home quite easily.
    Black bean and cheese quesadillas – £3.75
    Then I went for another favourite of mine from last time, the sweet potato and feta taquito (£3.95), this is corn tortillas filled with roasted sweet potato, feta and caramelised red onion, rolled and fried into crispy cigars. They were delicious. I thoroughly enjoyed all the flavours here, just the right amount of sweet potato to feta and a lovely crispy tortilla.
    Sweet potato and feta taquito – £3.95
    Last on the street food order was the pork pibil soft shell taco (£4.25). These were presented very nicely in a rack similar to a toast rack but wider (I would quite like these to serve large tacos in, they always fall over and all your filling comes out and you get in such a mess!). I am new to enjoying pork based food so I figured I would give them a go, if I am quite honest I was disappointed with these, I felt it lacked a lot of flavour and was a bit disappointing, it was nothing compared to Mike’s pulled pork.
    Pork pibil soft shell taco – £4.25
    Lastly we ordered a large steak burrito (£7.50), pimped up (+£2.50). The pimped up was the best bit, this is basically nachos; baja cheese, guacamole, warm tortilla chips and salsa as well as more grilled cheese. They were scrumptious, I love nachos, I think they are my favourite Mexican food and are eaten in my household usually once a week, more if Rory has his way. The burrito itself was not as good as last time, maybe it was because of all the alcohol last time, or because I was trying someone else’s food but this burrito was a little disappointing. I thought the steak itself was cooked perfectly and very nice, but the burrito as a whole was a little lacking.
    Steak burrito – £7.50, pimped up nachos – +£2.50
    Due to giving most of the food to Rory, we decided to order some churros and chocolate dipping sauce (£4.25) to end the evening. After ordering we sat back and relaxed, drinking our way through the bar. On the table Wahaca have a quick pay app, which saves waiting for the bill, we decided to try it and it worked really well! After pouring my next glass of wine I noticed that we had been waiting at least 20 minutes for churros, we decided to give it a little bit longer hoping they were just really busy. After waiting half an hour, Rory pulled our waitress over and checked on the food. Sadly the churros we ordered had been taken to the wrong table, so we had to wait. They did offer to take it off the bill or we could have some cocktails, as we had already taken care of the bill, and we already had many drinks we asked if they can do a cash refund. This is what they did in the end. Marginally annoying to wait for so long for a dessert, but at the same time we would have been waiting anyway to get through the vast amounts of alcohol anyway. The churros themselves were average, although the teacup the chocolate sauce came in was adorable!
    Churros and chocolate dipping sauce – £4.25
    Overall I felt this experience wasn’t as good as last time, I had a nice evening and I left feeling pretty full. But I felt the food lacking a little bit, and the service was a little slow. Maybe we just caught them on a bad night, I would say give them a go because last time we came I had a wonderful time and came out of there buzzing from great food and great company. On a final note, I would like to point out the quirky sinks in the toilet; the sinks are huge barrels with a tap similar to that of a garden tap. Very quirky and I like the character it adds.
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