Red Rub Chick'n Arepa (Vegan)

London

Maize Blaze

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Maize Blaze

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London

Description (Any Language)

This showstopper features juicy pea-based vegan chick'n pieces marinaded in our red rub spice mix. We load these inside one of our house made corn breads with melted vegan cheeze, hot yellow pepper mayo, roasted sweet potato, balsamic red cabbage, pink pickled onions, fresh coriander, spring onion, mixed leaves and a dash of sweet chilli. It’s the only meat-free Colombian inspired arepa on the market and it's meaty, savoury, and has a sweet little heat kick which leaves you wanting more!

Comments

Ed (Posted 2021-09-04 15:05:39)

This dish is spot on every time

By: Ed

La arepa rellena es Venezolana (Posted 2021-09-02 06:47:15)

Solo como detalle, sin duda alguna la arepa rellena es Venezolana, no Colombiana. Está absolutamente brutal la idea del relleno vegano, es la evolución de esta deliciosa y tradicional comida.

By: Jhonatan

Great! (Posted 2021-08-31 13:34:00)

Consistently one one of the best street food options I’ve tried! Keep o my keeping on! BG

By: Ben Gibson

Very niche place (Posted 2021-08-31 12:25:28)

Been to this place in hackney a while back and snacked on this south american sandwich, my mouth had all these wonderful spices

By: Hairy maclary

A-maize-ing (Posted 2021-08-25 16:29:45)

This monster is a meal worth your time, a vegan bananza that pairs perfectly with a pint of whatever takes your fancy. The balance of flavours and the changing textures work to build a crescendo of taste that both delights the senses and honestly just hits the spot. I could use more flowery language but honestly it’s just best to say it does the job, and it does it damn well.

By: Jim Q

bg (Posted 2021-08-20 12:31:37)

this absolutely slaps every time

By: Arthur

I ate this at maize blaze (Posted 2021-08-13 14:45:07)

Hey i ate this at maizeblaze in camden marketplace, it was so yummy and numinous, i felt like i was at colombia

By: John bologna
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