Growing up, on occasion mum used to make jacket potatoes for dinner stuffed with bacon-onion bits and a good helping of KFC's coleslaw. Of cause at the time it was absolutely delicious and a quick easy meal for a hungry family, but something I (and mum) defiantly wouldn't consider eating today.
Anyway back to Grombier. When I heard about this hip eatery I knew it would be right up my alley! I enjoyed the Karimi Potato (1 of 2 vegan options); perfectly cooked white potato (think super fluffy, melt in your mouth material) stuffed/ topped with nutritional yeast "butter", pickled carrot salad, hummus, spiced lentils and a sesame sauce. Yes absouelty delicious and left me feeling very keen to try there other vegan option.
Noted* I'd also liked to mention that while I was enjoying every bite of my potato I also noticed that other dinners left their potato skins. I know, I was like WHAT!! That's the best bit, not only because of the slightly chard epicness, but where most of the nutrients lie.