After pedaling his way to distant meals from New York to Rio and sharing the experience in The Hungry Cyclist, Tom Kevill-Davies has a new project in collaboration with Alastair Humphreys, a self described adventurer and author.
Tom stays closer to home with A to Z ('A World Tour of Food in London')...Denmark, Afghanistan, Cambodia are already on the menu.
They ordered the lunch menu which they say includes soup, a main course, and a drink for £6...
Alastair gives us their choice of main dishes:
"Tom, as befits his alter ego, has chosen more boldly than me, plumping for tongue. I have gone for the sil pancho, an old and safe favourite from South America. It is a vast swathe of flank steak, the size of a small republic. It has been beaten thin, coated in breadcrumbs, and then fried. It lies resplendent, along with a couple of fried eggs, atop an Andean mountain of rice."
Food adventurers might be interested in the Bolivian beef tongue recipe they published.
London off the beaten path on a budget...