Voodoo 33Having been impressed by the Section 33 Pie-Eyed pie stall, I was keen to give their Latin American stall, Voodoo 33, a go. On another rain-spotted day, I stopped by for a lunchtime munch.
Finding the same chef at the helm as I’d chatted to at the pie stall, we picked up our conversation. He was really pleased with how the food from this stall had been going down with punters, with positive feedback aplenty.
Their menu covers croquettes, slow cooked meats, tacos, empanadas and some sweet things. I was hooked in by the empanadas opting for the meat (£6.50) rather than the veggie.
Two of the little pastry beauties were freshly prepared to order, cooked via a combo of the deep fryer and the oven to finish them. They were then topped with fresh salsa, dressing and pickled radish. It looked very bonnie dish indeed.
The empanadas were hearty fare and just the thing for a filling bite on the go. The accompanying crunchy veg brought lots of piquancy and a pleasing chilli tingle. I enjoyed it muchly.
So overall, it was good to find Voodoo 33 on such fine form. It’s a really impressive option and the kind of stall that’s likely to find favour with Mexican food fans. Make sure to visit soon.