Thursday, 18 November 2010

Agora: Too Meaty For Crows

Agora is a chain of restaurants that brings meat to your table, and slices it into your plate until you have to have to go outside and have a sit down, away from the meat. But before that happens, you get to take your plate to a salad buffet, which - for a salad buffet - contains a lot more meat than you'd think.

On this plate: garlic rice, chicken stroganoff, peppers, lumps of cream-smeared chicken, stuffed olives, salami, flavoured wet carrots, roast "bliss" potatoes and a pickled gherkin, all set off with a certain amount of powdered substance that I can't honestly identify. I thought it might be nuts, but it didn't taste particularly of nuts.

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