Australian Seitan Ribs From Barbie Grrrl Available At London Pop-Up

The much-vaunted dish will be available in London for a limited time
The 'ribs' are covered in a unique spice mix (Photo: Barbie Grrrl)

Aussie seitan ribs brand Barbie Grrrl has set up a residency in London - where you can enjoy its legendary food for a month.

Customers will be able to sample the ribs from Tuesday to Sunday each week, between 12-4pm and 6-9pm, until September 3 at the Canvas Cafe in Shoreditch, just off Brick Lane.

The ribs are cooked from fresh every morning - and once they are sold out for the day, they will not be available until the next day.

Recipe

The seitan is rubbed in a mix of spices - including turmeric, sweet paprika, fennel seeds and demerara sugar. They are then smothered in BBQ sauce.

You can have plain ribs for £5, or paired with Canvas Café’s summer salad selection for £7.‍

Cards are not accepted - you can only pay for the ribs with cash.

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