Jamie Oliver spices up London’s Brick Lane in the new Range Rover Evoque
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Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver was one of the first people to drive the new Range Rover Evoque as he visited some of his favourite food spots to create London’s best veggie burger.
Picking up the ingredients he needed to make his Brick
Lane-inspired bhaji burger, Jamie navigated the busy streets of London to
collect the ingredients he required to build his mouth-watering creation.
Travelling around the East End of London visiting Hoxton,
Shoreditch and Bethnal Green in the new Evoque, his journey began at all-day
café, bar and grocery store, Albion. Here he picked up the fresh veggies,
before heading to his restaurant Fifteen to collect some sweet and tangy mango
To finish his shopping, Jamie headed back to Brick Lane via
the long-abandoned Bishopsgate Goodsyard, where the new Evoque came into its
own. He tackled a number of obstacles before emerging out onto Brick Lane.
It was on this famous street, Jamie picked up the last few
ingredients, including some spices from local supermarket Taj Stores and bread
rolls from Jewish bakery Beigel Bake.
Prepping his Indian-inspired bhaji burger, Jamie cooked his
creation in front of an audience at the Range Rover Evoque Experience. Loaded
with fresh, crisp vegetables mixed with the flavour and heat from the spices
and green chillies, the burger is built upon a soft white roll loaded with crisp
crushed poppadums, sweet mango chutney and a dollop of cooling coriander
Speaking on the day, Jamie said he absolutely loves the new
Evoque and enjoyed weaving through London and through the Bishopsgate’s tunnel
in the new compact Range Rover. He added:
“I’ve always loved Land Rover and I had a brilliant time
designing my cooking car last year, so when I was asked to come and test out
the new Evoque, I jumped at the chance.
“The fact that Land Rover can create something as versatile
as the Discovery and as agile as the Evoque is such a testament to this
brilliant British brand.”