Hungry City Hippy is an award winning Cardiff-based food and sustainability blog, all about supporting local independent businesses and making connections between planet and plate. The blog is writer Jane’s little passion project; a corner of the internet where she can write about the things she loves and the things she thinks are
important. It’s primarily a Cardiff-based food blog, but with a focus on sustainability, and individual environmental responsibility.
Here, Jane reviews her experience of our brand new Cardiff Hub:
Over the last few weeks we’ve been working our way through a selection of Indian ready meals from My Local Indian. Created by the same team behind Mattancherry Cardiff, ‘My Local Indian’ promises “restaurant grade dishes at lower cost and higher convenience” – the dishes arrive ready to be cooked from frozen in the oven or microwave, whenever you fancy.
From the dishes we tried, my faves were the flaky porotta flatbreads, the crispy kale & onion pakoras, and the bright yellow mango curry – a mild saucy dish with coconut, mustard and curry leaves.
I was a bit sceptical about whether a curry from the freezer could hit the spot, but they kept their promise of feeling ‘restaurant quality’ and the portions are v generous too (everything was £6 – £10 a portion and served two).
Big fan of the convenience of having these in the freezer for a lazy dinner, so we’ve just placed another order for lots more of the veg biryani, mango curry & garlic
My Local Indian really is YOUR local Indian!