Welcome to Short Eats!
We love family. We love food. We love fun.
We are want you to pull up a chair, and join us!
Serving up home-made, authentic Trinidadian and Sri-Lankan feasts
that just so happen to be dairy-free, suitable for vegans and vegetarians
(how do you like that?!)
Plant based Sri Lankan feasts with a twist of the Caribbean.
Now delivering around London.
Our Signature Vegan Set Menu
A delicious, plant-powered feast packed with our signature dishes:
Aubs Curry -
Fried aubergine and potatoes cooked in a deep and silky tamarind and tomato curry.
Dhaal Boy -
Slow cooked seasoned red lentils finished with fried onions, garlic and tempered spices.
Flash cooked chick pea in a curried tomato base, finished with coriander.
Light and refreshing spinach cooked in coconut milk and lime.
Serves 2 and comes with Basmati Rice
All dishes are Dairy Free, Vegan Friendly and suitable for Vegetarians! They are also great sources of plant-powered protein, fibre and minerals.
Whilst these dishes do not contain nuts,
we cannot guarantee that there aren't any traces of allergens in our menu.
All home made. All freshly prepared. All delicious.
This is the food we grew up eating- Sri-ini;
A Sri Lankan and Trinidadian melting pot.
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How it all came to be
Hello, it’s me, your chef. Over there on the far right. >> Don’t let the pigtails fool you.
My grandparents are in the middle; the leaders of our food gang. My grandma, ‘Amma’, taught my dad everything she knew about cooking. He’s the cool dude rocking the 70’s specs; Sri-Lankan born. The gorgeous lady next to him is my mum, Trini born. Me and my older brother (the moon-faced dreamer with the Casio watch) grew up in the perimeters of our kitchen in South East London.
We were forever playing with pots and pans whilst delicious aromas filled the room, and spent the evening dissecting the day around the dinner table.
We want you to join our family. Lose yourself in laughter around the table and the taste of an amazing dish. A lot can happen in just one meal.