The title of this blog post really doesn’t do justice to the plate of food I bought from Kabylia at the Finzel Street Food market.
I was going to our office in Bristol more over the summer and one Wednesday in August I once more found myself in Bristol.
I popped out for a walk at lunchtime and it was nice to see the St Nicholas market bustling with people after seeing it a few months ago quite empty.
There were huge queues for Matina, Low & Slow, and the felafel place. I didn’t feel like queuing so I left the market and I popped to Finzel Reach market to see what was on sale.
There weren’t as many stalls as there was pre-pandemic and it isn’t as busy as it was on Fridays/
I decided to try Kabylia, the Algerian street food stand.
Kabylia is a cultural, natural and historical region in northern Algeria. The Kabyle people are indigenous to Kabylia and speak the language known as Amazigh.
I had some Merguez sausages with a feta and pepper pickle, salad and flat bread. The sausages were reheated to order, placed on flat bread and then the salads were added.
Took it back to the office it was rather nice. The pickle was tasty, the salad was lovely and I enjoyed the flat bread. The Merguez sausages were a little soft, I prefer a meatier sausage and these weren’t quite to my liking, though they did taste right. Overall though it was a lovely plate of food which I did enjoy eating.
Overall I did enjoy something I wouldn’t have normally chosen.