We’ve been getting out and about and enjoying the Leicester Tapas Trail, have you? I’ve realised that some people think you have to book, or register online, or have a special voucher to enjoy the Trail. None of these things are true. Just head to the Tapas Trail page on this blog to find out which venues are taking part, and then go visit them during their service times and you will get to enjoy a dish AND a drink for just £3. No sign up, no catch, just go and enjoy great food and great drinks at a pretty sweet price as often as you like. But remember, it’s only on until Sunday 18th October!
Someone’s enjoying their homemade bread….
This is a group of friends enjoying the Tapas Trail at Taps, on Guildhall Lane. You can read all about their Oktoberfest themed £3 offering on another post I wrote here. I am eating a ridiculous amount of tapas this month. There may have to be a short period of fasting when all of this is over.
Anyway, today’s spotlight is all about Natterjacks Bar and Kitchen, on Braunstone Gate. They have put together a very special menu for you to enjoy. They have matched a third pint of Brewdog’s very finest Punk IPA with a cute platter of freshly made falafel, served with salad, pitta and homemade tzatziki.
A wonderful dish that is perfect for vegetarians, but will of course be heartily enjoyed by even the most committed carnivore – it’s a great balance. And you can swap out the beer for a soft drink if you prefer. I’ve heard on the grapevine that you can also swap out the tzatziki for a sweet chilli sauce if you are of the vegan persuasion.