Döner Haus – Oktoberfest Edition!

Guten tag. Today’s adventure in Kebabland takes us to an old favourite, Döner Haus. Having received a tip off (by that, I mean having read Foodie Explorers) that Döner Haus had an Oktoberfest menu, and that Oktoberfest menu had an Oktoberfest Kebap on it, I had to investigate. Behold! The kebap! (Kebab). Let’s look at […]

Havet, Bromley

Oi oi. I was on holiday recently. Well, I say a holiday, more of a city break. Well, I say a city break… more of a… I went to Bromley. “But why would you want to do that?” Good question. Partly homesickness (I grew up in nearby Sydenham and I try to visit at least once a […]

Battle of the food court gyros vendors

(n.b. there was no actual battle, this is just a metaphor) I had no plans to go out and eat kebabs today. Today was just going to be a normal day, sitting in, heating on, playing Forza Horizon 4 and seeing how many trams on a pretty damn realistic looking Princes Street I could destroy […]

Botan, Liverpool

Right! Time to skip the usual introductory pissing about, because with this kebab the picture really does tell the whole story: Look at that. I mean, look at it. For the interests of fairness, yes, there is a filter on the photo, however it doesn’t mean that this is unauthentic – I just needed to […]

The Glasvegan, St Enoch Square

Hello! In a recent discussion with a vegan about this very blog, he was very complimentary about the writing (yeah, it’s alright, I guess, but won’t win any awards or nothing) but lamented the fact that, as things had to die in the making of the foods that I eat and then loosely write about, […]

Beirut 🌟 (or Beirut Star), Cessnock

Hello again dear reader! Today’s adventure has taken me to Cessnock, home of amongst other things Glasgow’s The Glasgow Science Centre, Bellahouston Park, home of occasional gigs and religious visits, The dentists where I had my wisdom teeth forcibly removed from my mouth, a Co-Op But you haven’t come here for a geography lesson. No. […]