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How Do You Rate This Café Restaurant?

  1. Excellent (34 votes [31.48%])

    Percentage of vote: 31.48%

  2. Good (37 votes [34.26%])

    Percentage of vote: 34.26%

  3. Average (20 votes [18.52%])

    Percentage of vote: 18.52%

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#106 charlie

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 06:40 PM

IT'S A SELL OUT!

 

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#107 cheerfulmusicman

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Posted 26 July 2013 - 12:11 PM

Took a trip to Domali last night and ate dinner in their little garden out the back, before retiring inside for drinks.

 

I had never seen the garden before, what a lovely hidden gem that is, I will be hiding away there in the coming weeks even if it is just for a bottle of cider. It is nicely sheltered and muffles the sound of the local traffic, has a bountiful level of greenery and views of the rooftops in the evening sky.

 

I am a meat eater but find Domali's fine vegetarian and fish dishes tasty, satisfying and generous - the south asian curry with sweet potato is a favourite, and my ladyfriend's goat's cheese salad got the thumbs up.

 

Top stuff!



#108 charlie

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 10:34 PM

Lovely food and great ethos!

 

Crystal Palace Transition Town has teamed up with Domali Restaurant to present The 'Hungry Gap' Dinner - one of a number of events being held In the Triangle to celebrate and promote Fairtrade Fortnight.

 

Not to be missed!

 

7.30pm Sunday 3 March, Domali Restaurant, Westow Street
 

Booking essential for this one-off opportunity to savour a three course meal woven with stories of SE19-grown and Fairtrade ingredients.

 

The idea behind the meal is to promote a fairer deal for farmers in some of the world's poorest countries who produce the products we cannot produce ourselves, whilst showcasing what food we can produce locally even at the leanest time of year (known as the 'Hungry Gap’).

 

The menu will feature bread with a local story, dips made from local ingredients and Fairtrade spices, a wonderfully hearty Mushroom Bourgignon made with lashings of Fairtrade red wine, and some really exciting puds. Coffee, chocolate and a taster cocktail also included.

 

Please inform us if you have any dietary requirements. 

 

Cost £22.50 All proceeds from this fundraising dinner to Norwood Food Bank.
 

To register your interestemail lynn@crystalpalacetransition.org.uk by Wednesday 20 February

 

Hey Vner's 

 

Just to let you know that Crystal Palace Transition Town's Local and Fair group have teamed up again with Alison at Domali to present another fab three course 'Hungry Gap' dinner (made from only local and fairtrade ingredients) on the evening of Sunday 9 March - starts at 7.30pm. It's the finale to our Fairtrade Fortnight events which kicked off tonight with a film screening and talk by the campaigns manager from the Fairtrade Foundation.

 

The idea behind the meal is to promote a fairer deal for farmers in some of the world's poorest countries who produce the products we cannot produce ourselves, whilst showcasing what food we can produce locally even at the leanest time of year (known as the 'Hungry Gap’).

 

The menu will feature a tropical rainbow salad made from locally sourced root vegetables, a main course of caribbean 'sustainably sourced' fish curry with Fairtrade (FT) banana chutney and spices followed by our Going bananas for fairer bananas banoffee pie and accompanied by a free glass of Kotchin blonde ale from Croydon's premier brewery The Cronx or FT wine or soft drink followed by FT tea, coffee and chocolates. All included in the ticket price.

 

Vegan and veggie options available.

More Cronx blonde ale, wine etc... available to purchase on the night.

 

Last year we raised nearly £1000 for Norwood Foodbank over the fortnight of events. This year tickets are priced at £25 with all funds raised going towards a bigger and better next edition of the Local and Fair Guide to Shopping and Eating in Crystal Palace later this year, which we also hope to give an online presence and eventually an app too.

 

Our guest for the evening is Alexis Martinez, a Colombian banana producer representative to Fairtrade International. He'll be giving a talk and there'll be an opportunity to chat with him. This year the the aim of Fairtrade Fortnight is to make bananas fair. More info here:

 

http://www.crystalpa...-fortnight.html

 

If you are interested in coming along please email us at:  hungrygapdinner@gmail.com by Sunday 2 March.

 

Vegan and veggie options available.

 

Hope some of you can make it, we'd love to see you and last year's event was really good fun with the most delicious food and some great talks / Q & A with our guest cocoa farmers Esther and Mary from Ghana.

 

This year promises to be the same.

with best wishes,

 

Annabel



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Posted 07 March 2014 - 08:36 PM

SUNDAY 9 MARCH - IT'S A SELL OUT!

 

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Edited by charlie, 07 March 2014 - 08:37 PM.