If you've been anywhere near me the last few weeks you've probably heard me raving about one of three things: cauliflower pizza OR broccoli flatbread OR cauliflower & cannellini bean mash. I've practically been pontificating from the rooftops about the deliciousness of these vegetable based saviours. They're flavoursome, they've got texture, they don't fall apart in your hands. It's been magical. So here's my contribution to the mix: a thyme & garlic flatbread that totally blew me away.
Easily one of the most scenic & goodness-filled streets in Oxford. And an excellent shortcut from High St to Broad St. I spend very large quantities of my free time happily existing somewhere along Turl Street. My top picks:
COFFEE: The Missing Bean for a mean flat white (or long black). They have almond milk (!), the staff are amazing souls, and the vibe is excellent.
EAT/DRINK: Turl Street Kitchen cosy up in front of their fires with a mug of peppermint tea (or WINE), the menu changes daily and it has a cosy, humming feel.
YOGA: just up the stairs from the main bar of Turl Street Kitchen, you'll find Yoga Quota, our home-away-from-home in Oxford. A kick-ass little studio that is also a charity: for every 50 students through the studio, a charity class is taught for an underprivileged group.