Anyone with half a ambience blossom knows that halloumi is the best cheese of all.
Just cut that bad boy, pitch under a griddle for a few mins and bingo – prohibited slices of heaven.
Halloumi is way some-more versatile than many of us give it credit for being.
And what better way to see accurately what the cheese has to offer than with a week-long Halloumi pop-up restaurant?
The Cyprus Tourism Organisation (CTO) is anticipating that by having a griddle dedicated to Halloumi, they’ll be means to showcase their inhabitant cheese and tempt people to revisit the island.
‘Halloumi is Cyprus’ many renouned cheese and we’re so vehement to be means to bring a pivotal component of Cypriot enlightenment to the cocktail up venture with 100 Hoxton,’ says Orestis Rossides, UK Director of CTO.
Created generally for the eventuality by executive cook Francis Puyat, the menu will include:
- Halloumi and cauliflower fritters with a orange plight yoghurt (£6)
- Freshly grilled courgette and halloumi salad with fennel, hunger nuts, harissa, sugar lemon (£7)
- Chargrilled halloumi flatbread with butternut dukkah spices (£6)
- Crumbed halloumi fingers with a tomato chilli jam (£6)
- Halloumi ice cream (£5)
Diners will be means to try any plate away or opt for the full tasting knowledge with every object on a pity platter for two people, labelled at £26.
The whens and the wheres
When: Monday 13 Nov to Friday 17 November, 5pm-10pm
Brunch on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 November, 11am-3pm.
Where: 100 Hoxton, 100-102 Hoxton Street, London, N1 6SG
‘Cyprus and its food are loyal passions of cave and the pop-up griddle will bring the tasty Cypriot cheese, halloumi, to every plate on the menu…even the dessert!’ says Theo Paphitis.
‘I’m certain many other people will tumble in adore with the Cypriot inhabitant cheese once they’ve tried it – and maybe even revisit Cyprus to learn the rest of the island’s tasty cuisine and win.’
You can book here.