New Year, New Cuisine
With the beginning of a new decade comes an opportunity for new experiences. Why not use the 20’s to try a new cuisine too? Below are our top three must try cuisines for this year. Best of all, you can try all of our recommendations with the Good Food Gift Card.
Combining fresh hot sauces, mouth-watering meat dishes and sensational spice combinations, South American cuisine is far more than meets the eye. Wanting a hearty meal or a taster plate between friends? South American cuisine offers a full range from Brazillian barbecued meat to tapas style dining to suit all interests.
A modern bar featuring Latin American street food, this is an experience not to miss. Try a signature cocktail and some irresistible South American staples.
Known for its big, bold flavours and hearty one-pot meals, Morrocan cuisine is one not to be missed. Made up of warming spices and slow cooked meals Morrocan food is all about hospitality and heartwarming meals with friends and family.
Boasting a wide selection of Morrocan and Mediterranean dishes, Mecca Bah is built on authentic hospitality and sophisticated dining. Try one of the house cocktails, created by their in house mixologist, or sip from the carefully curated wine list while you sample the extensive Morrocan menu.
Whilst not a ‘new’ cuisine, Korean food certainly is gaining popularity. With a focus on vegetables, simply cooked meats with a near obsession with kimchi, it is a highly flavoursome whilst surprisingly healthy cuisine.
With a strong focus on fresh produce, Chop Chop Chang’s replicates traditional Asian street food. Designed to share, it is the perfect spot to try a glass of wine from their carefully selected wine list and sample their share plates with friends.
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