Friday, 12 September 2014

The Pickled Fork - Brixton Cornercopia

You're probably getting sick of me mentioning The Pickled Fork on here, first there was the Brixton Diner, then it was #Grimedining and now it's their Schnitzel subs and Sundaes pop up at Brixton Cornercopia. Every Tuesday Alex is running a pop up in this quaint little Brixton Village shops with a monthly rotating menu. As a huge Schnitzel fan (hello Herman ze German) I was excited to try it out last week.

Steve and I both ordered a chicken schnitzel, one original and one spicy with cheese. I really liked the spicy version, the breadcrumb seasoning had a good kick without being too hot and the chicken was succulent. The portion isn't enormous but decent value nevertheless.

As usual we went a bit crazy with the sides as there was so much to choose. We ordered the wedges which were cooked to perfection, the chilli and sour cream dip was absolutely delicious. The cheese and onion rings were unusual but tasty and corn on the cob was fantastic combined with the tomatillo. The rainbow slaw was really refreshing and the granola gave it a nice contrast in texture. For me the sides were the stand out part of the meal, they were all unusual twists on standard side orders and I really enjoyed the mix of flavours.

The raspberry eton mess sundae was the perfect finishing touch. Ice cream, raspberry and marshmallows is never going to disappointment me and whilst ice cream may not be the most exciting meal ever I absolutely adore it so a big thumbs up from me.

Another great evening from The Pickled Fork and if you haven't already I urge you to check out their upcoming events as I have always been impressed with the quality and complexity of the meals.

    Follow on Bloglovin

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment.