Zoran runs a great delicatessen and restaurant in the village of St. Margarets in Twickenham and his background as a trained chef really comes through in his choice of products not only in the deli, but on his daily menu board in the restaurant. Read my interview with Zoran here. If you’re not in by 12.30 you may have to wait for a table as it’s a very popular hangout for locals and those working across the road in Twickenham Studios. Zoran and his staff are very friendly and he always has a good story to tell if he has the time, in between cooking in the open kitchen downstairs or directing his busy staff. He runs a tight ship, but it shows in not only the service, but the quality of the food. You may have to wait a little, but with everything cooked from scratch you’ll be happy to read the paper and watch the locals. Oh, and PLEASE eat their homemade polenta cake with creme fraiche on the side, it’s insanely light and yummy.
We had barely moved into St Margarets when I visited Zoran’s Deli, in Crown Road, that was 5 years ago and the standard and quality of his food hasn’t changed, when you meet him you understand why, he has worked and learnt his craft from some of the top chefs in the country and I was lucky enough to get a few minutes with him recently to find out a bit more about him and what drives his passion for cooking.
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His previous occupation: Waiter
Zoran’s Favourite food: Italian
Zoran’s favourite restaurant in the UK: The River Cafe, because it’s consistently excellent
His favorite ingredient: Shallots
Favourite kitchen gadget: Mandolin slicer
His top 3 food hates: Hot food served cold, undercooked food and pretentious food (I hate it too)
How did you first fall in love with food: Through my mum’s cooking and summer barbecues
Where did you learn to cook? At Chelsea Harbour, under Marco Pierre White
Why did you decide to make food your occupation, rather than just for pleasure? Because I love the food industry, working with people and creating new dishes
Where do you source your ingredients from? All my meat comes from the local butcher four doors away and my local greengrocers, I believe in supporting small, local businesses
What good food news have you heard recently? Healthy food being served in schools, as it’s so important that children understand good food, healthy eating and all the benefits it can bring
What food advice would you pass on to the younger generation: Always try something at least once, only then can you make a decision as to whether you like it or not
What would you choose to be your last meal on earth: Fish, sitting by the sea in Montenegro
Thank you Zoran for taking the time out to speak to me!
Click here to read about Zoran’s Crab Spaghetti I made for Edible News