That is indeed a shame, more than once I went in for their BCM - beans, cheese and marmite on granary toastWas up at the triangle at the weekend and discovered that Domali's has sadly closed. It was a good place to visit even if they were not sure
what they were doing; vegetarian, with fish and more lately meat I think. fwiw, they should have stuck to being pure vegetarian, that would
have worked. Vegan is raging at the moment and there are not even that many pure vegetarian places around. Certainly room for another
one or two veggie places out there?
DOMALI’S HAS CLOSED
Yes, I used to like that! BCM is very easy to replicate at home and became one of my favourite working-from-home lunches.That is indeed a shame, more than once I went in for their BCM - beans, cheese and marmite on granary toast
I'm the same as you. I used to go there quite a bit years ago when I was working nearby and then occasionally after and it was always busy. I've no idea why they decided to relaunch and the whole buggy-gate thing when they seemed to be doing fine.Yeah - I think they got that whole refurbishment/relaunch wrong - they never seemed to be busy after that, although they still did vegetarian food. I used to go there quite often when it was mostly vegetarian, but was put off by the way that they not only stopped being pescatarian, but also "banned" buggies and closed the garden.
Really? I hate it. They're a total chain (Mitchell and Butler like the Commercial in HH) and it's all out of the freezer and then microwaved etc. Treat yourselves and try the Sparrowhawk some time.The food in The White Hart is really good. We go about once a month for the quiz and I've never had a duff meal there
Also tomorrow, there's a market in the Crystal Palace subway. Worth going just to see the amazing subway.I think we'll pop in at some point. Out today but maybe this evening or tomorrow afternoon.
Dog show 12-3 tomorrow
Disturbing.One witness said the intended target stood over the man filming as he lay fatally wounded.
Two men wearing balaclavas are then said to have shouted 'He shot himself, he f****ing shot himself,' before fleeing the scene.
Desperate paramedics fought to save him at the scene but he was pronounced dead five minutes later.
A 56-year-old woman who witnessed the incident, said: "He came to shoot someone else, but he ended up shooting himself.
"The bullet bounced off a car window. You can see on the car window where the bullet bounced off it.
"After it happened, the boy he came to shoot stood there filming him."
A shopkeeper on the high street said: "A group of guys were sitting in a car by the [Lloyds] bank and a big guy came up to them with a shotgun.
"They all got out of the car and ran so the guy decided to damage the car with the back of the gun.
"As he was hitting the windows the gun went off and he shot himself - that's what we've been told."
Increasingly, the taking of this "ridiculous, inflated sense of importance into public spaces" is no longer limited only to those with access with firearms."... How dare people take their ridiculous, inflated sense of importance into a public place ..."
This is the late Ayodeji Habeeb Azeez, aged 22, from Dagenham, who was stabbed to death in Samos Road, Anerley on Sunday 4 November 2018.
Police and paramedics were called to at around 12.30pm. Mr Azeez was pronounced dead at the scene at around 1pm.
Detectives launched a murder investigation and appealed for witnesses.
Detective Chief Inspector Mark Cranwell said: “This attack took place in the middle of the day, in broad daylight in a residential street. It goes without saying that this incident would have stood out in what would normally have been a quiet environment.
“It appears that four or five male suspects were involved in the attack; both they and Ayodeji were seen to run into Samos Road from Grace Mews. By this point Ayodeji had been attacked. The suspects fled in one direction while Ayodeji went the other way before he collapsed.
“I am appealing to anyone who was in the area on Sunday afternoon and saw this attack, or the events surrounding the attack, to come forward and speak to police. This includes trying to establish if anyone was with Ayodeji when he was attacked.
“My officers are making progress as to why Ayodeji was in the area, why he came to be attacked and who was responsible for his murder, but we need information from the public to assist us in keeping the momentum of this investigation moving forward.”
Two men - aged 19 and 21 - were arrested on suspicion of murder on Sunday evening and both have been released under investigation.
I think that any witnesses or anyone with information about this killing should contact the incident room on 020 8721 4054. To remain anonymous please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. You can also tweet police via @MetCC
Ayodeji Azeez murder trial: 'Teenage girl lured man to his death on Snapchat in plot to steal his BMW'"A teenage girl lured a young man to his death over Snapchat in a plot to steal his BMW, the Old Bailey heard.
The 17-year-old is accused of “tricking” 22-year-old Ayodeji Azeez into driving to a car park in Anerley, southeast London, where he was ambushed by a group of young men ..."