Monday, October 27, 2014

Tallore is a food galore for my stomach

Tallore (Wan Chai)
I come here really often because there will are new salads and soups every two to three days.

The food here is healthy and basically staple food for expats and Westerners.

Everyday, the menu is updated on Facebook so it becomes a habit to check.

Here are all the great salads and soups I have had!!!
As I write, a new African soup has just popped up on the menu.

New Potato Salad with Grilled Cumberland Sausage & Caramelized Onions:

The potato salad was a surprise because I found sweet potatoes in it which added colour and taste making it different from the usual potato salad.

Belgian biscuits:

Belgians dip these into their coffees but as a Brit I prefer dunking them into tea.
Couscous with Roasted Pine Nuts & Potato Bits Veggie Mix:

(right on the photo)
I love this so much, soft and tasty cous cous with delicious bits of potato and nutty pine nuts.
Spinach lemon soup:

This was one of my favourite soups and it does not contain any cream.
A combination of my favourite spinach and lemon, the hints of lemon was certainly appetizing without being too sour.
Mediterranean Pasta Salad with Cranberries:

I love bowtie pasta and it was dressed with dressing that was not too oily and the cranberries were not too sweet with a lovely chewy texture.
There were also delicious olives, cherry tomatos, cucumber and feta cheese which all gave it a gorgeous Mediterranean taste.
Belgian Endives Salad with Pears, Blue Cheese & Walnuts:

(Left on the photo)
This was another great one for annoying hot days, it had proper pears and crisp endives flavoured by the strong tasting blue cheese and gorgeous walnuts.
I was elated eating this because these pears are European ones with a soft texture that is not cloyingly sweet like Asian pears.
Curry Chicken with Wild Rice Mix & Mango Salad:

I found the rice too spicy and a bit too hard but this has improved.
But as a carb lover, I truly liked it because it was fruity with bits of apples, mangoes onions and lettuce.
Kale, Tomato & Mushrooms with White Beans Soup back:

This soup was nourishing as well as delicious because it had a rich plum tomato taste which tasted like canned plum tomatoes and it was loaded with kale and protein rich beans such as chickpeas and there were mushrooms in it as well.
Shrimp Soba Noodle Salad:

This was soba noodles tossed in Sesame Peanut Dressing that is not cloying sweet as the Asian peanut sauce.
Tossed with the noodles were delicious grassy pea sprouts, juicy sweet crisp julienne bell peppers, purple onions, cucumbers and prawns.

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