Brighton has long been a hub of healthy eating, with a cosmopolitan variety of restaurants and takeaways, attracting young chefs willing to experiment with fusion foods to make a name for themselves.
Fusion is the melding of two opposing cuisines together, and can be greeted with either joy or derision, depending on the individual palate. There are many lovers of the Hawaiian ham and pineapple pizza in the world, while Mediterranean purists decry it as an abomination. More successfully, English colonialists adapted the local Indian foods to create the classic breakfast of kedgeree.
For the experimental gastronomist, the combination of East and West flavours is the holy grail that can work wonders with wasabi sliders, burger dumplings, noodle pies and breakfast soup. Now, one small Chinese takeaway in Lewes Road, Brighton has been discovered offering a fusion that’s truly not for the faint hearted – the Spam Chow Mein.
Spam is the processed meat…
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