Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Onket, Dec 6, 2011.
Interesting - do you know if it’s open lunchtimes
Indeed it is! I was there about 2pm
Oh will give it a go - interesting use of Beef on the menu as I don’t suppose they are allowed to cook with it in Goa. Prices are very reasonable.
ill give it a goa too
It was a good size portion and tasted very fresh. The lady serving was very pleasant and threw in the home made chutney for free.
That site has seen a number of ventures try and fail over the years. I’d love to see this one stay.
Was just in Goa and they do eat beef and pork but mainly chicken and seafood. Will definitely check this place out as Goan food is amazing.
We were in India decades ago and I thought it was illegal to slaughter cows and eat beef. I know Goans are Christian not Hindu - maybe they are more flexible with rules about cows these days (or I have got it wrong) . The only food I remember from Goa was a very runny egg curry but I was vegetarian in those days so missed the options of all the amazing seafood !!
It is in lots of states but not Goa.
There's a new restaurant in Pop called "Roe". I know this because it was featured in the FT's How To Spend It magazine. Peak gentrification ?
Ambitious seafood makes a splash in south London
Ain't goin' to give it a Goa.
I was in Panjim last month, and very surprised to see beef on the menu in a couple of restaurants.
Later, in Kerala, I was even more surprised to see beef butchers operating openly and without fuss.
The sort of fundamentalist Hinduism that’s holding sway over much of the ‘cow belt’ doesn’t seem to be gaining much traction in the South.
Another plucky local start-up gets given a break at the community hub that is Pop Brixton. Oh no wait....
"The sleek interior at Roe, the latest addition to foodie destination Pop Brixton"
Whatever happened to the community hub it was supposed to be?
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