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You’ll Never Guess Where the World’s Tallest Building Is Going to Be

You’ll Never Guess Where the World’s Tallest Building Is Going to Be

If these plans are approved, Dubai will no longer be home to the world’s tallest building

Mumbai may be the future home of the world's tallest building.

Dubai holds the current record for having the world’s tallest building with the Burj Khalifa standing at 2,717 feet and 163 stories — but India is coming for that title. India’s minister for road transport and highways, Nitin Gadkari, wants to beautify Mumbai with “a green, smart road, three times bigger than the Marine Drive” and a “historic landmark bigger than Burj Khalifa.”

The plans for this project have not been approved yet, but if they are the building will be a space for offices, commercial use, businesses, and entertainment in Mumbai’s seaport. However, the people of India are not as thrilled about this as you may think.


@EconomicTimes Misplaced priorities... Someone needs to tell this guy India news food, water, shelter, jobs......not buildings

— JaiyashreeAnbu (@JaiyashreeAnbu) April 16, 2017

Many have taken to Twitter to complain about this competition for the world’s tallest building when most of the country is still in need of basic necessities like food, water, and shelter.


@EconomicTimes India needs food shelter water for the millions below poverty n jobs infrastructure n the list goes on n not a burj khalifa

— fasiha mujahid (@fasiha1995) April 16, 2017

Others also suggested building better roads and cleaning up Mumbai before building this kind of structure.


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!


'I tried North London's roast dinner toastie and you'll never guess what the best part was'

If there is one philosophy we should all stand by in life, it is this:

Everything (and I repeat, everything) tastes better in a sandwich.

I have tried my fair share of unusual cuisines slotted between two slices of bread (side note: if you&aposve not sampled the controversial Super Noodle sandwich, for example, that is one to add to your list).

But never in my many years of sandwich-eating had I come across the &aposroastie toastie&apos.

Until I visited The Farrier in Camden one fine Monday afternoon. And the best part was more incredible than you can ever imagine.

Where can I get one?

Head to Camden Market&aposs first-ever pub to sample one of these unbelievably scrumptious sandwiches.

Located in beautifully restored horse hospital buildings, the pub provides a sophisticated setting without feeling at all poncy (it does serve roast dinners on toast, remember).

You can choose to sit inside The Farrier by the backdrop of the wine wall (yes it has a wall of wine). Or instead, opt for outdoor covered seating in the hidden courtyard ft. a firepit.

At the end of the day, it&aposs all about wherever you will feel most comfortable devouring your delicious carb-heavy feast.

How was it?

The exotic toastie arrived at my table and all of a sudden, nothing else mattered.

I mean, how can you worry about anything when something as beautiful as this is put right in front of you?

I opted for the veggie version - filled with the most delicious carrots, potatoes and cauliflower, smothered in cauliflower cheese sauce, topped with a Yorkshire pudding and served with a personal jug of gravy for dipping (or pouring - depending on how dirty you&aposre willing to get).

Of course, carnivores will no doubt go for beef option, which was "cooked to perfection" according to my meat-eating, toastie-tasting amigo.

And while I truly thought nothing could beat the gravy when it came to roasts, there was one part that turned my head for sure.

While the contents of the sandwich was a solid 10/10, the best part had to be the bread.

Trust me when I say, I could eat a whole loaf of this house-baked focaccia on its own. The Sunday roast leftovers wedged in between just made it even more lovable.

At £8 a pop, how can you say no? You&aposd be paying at least double the price for a full roast dinner at most pubs in London - and I was still left feeling just as satisfied (A.K.A. super full) from the sandwich if not more.

If beautifully cooked beef, freshly-made focaccia and GRAVY aren&apost enough to sell you this incredible creation - I beg you to simply go and try it.

Head down to The Farrier on Mondays from 1pm. But don&apost leave it too late - they only serve the sarnies until roast leftovers run out!