My main course, the vegan thali, was honestly one of the nicest things I’ve eaten in a long time. As the menu explains, ‘according to Indian food custom, a proper meal is a perfect balance of all the six flavours sweet, salt, bitter, sour, astringent and spicy’ and this meal really did deliver on that!
For four doughnuts, they certainly didn’t come cheap at £15, but Barefoot could probably be forgiven with their gourmet-sounding fillings. The doughnuts were all huge, and each doughnut was flavoured differently.
With lots of the traditional fish and chip shop offerings on the menu, I had to go for that Jack and chips. When I opened my takeaway box, the whole family were intrigued, and impressed at how realistic it looked from the outside.