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Malcolm Tandy - Cafe Nomad - Funeral Details

From: Notts V.
Sent on: Wednesday, April 11, 2012 10:49 PM

Hi all

Malcolm Tandy who ran Cafe Nomad and a number of other vegetarian restaurants in Nottingham died earlier this month (see below).  His funeral will be at 15:20 this Friday 13th at Wilford Hill Cemetery, followed by food at Cafe Nomad.  I have been asked to pass on the message that all are welcome to attend.

Peter

 

 

Subject: Malcolm Tandy - Cafe Nomad
From:    "Jon Clark" <[address removed]>
Date:    Mon, April 2,[masked]:01 pm
To:      [address removed]
         
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Hi all,
I have some bad news that Malcolm Tandy owner of Cafe Nomad died
peacefully last Tuesday. He was an expert master chef producing the best
vegan & vegetarian food in Nottingham and has always owned or worked at
all the best vege restaurants in Nottingham from The Beehive in Hockley in
the 80's, his 5 star vege restaurant '10' in the lace market in the early
90's and Cafe Nomad in Carrington that sadly closed at the end of last
year!  He was always at the helm in forwarding vegetarianism endeavouring
to make vegetarian food accepted and available to all!  His hard work has
helped to erase main stream stigmas about vegetarian food by creatively
replacing meat with vegetarian and vegan ingredients inspired by is his
travels to India and Morocco. He was able to transform traditional and
popular non veg dishes in to an 'a la carte' menu that was loved by
carnivores and vegans alike!   He was always a great host bringing fun and
personality into his restaurants and his food was at the cutting edge of
vegetarian cuisine.

His flavours and friendly atmospheres will be missed by the many who have
tasted his talent for cooking!  A great empty feeling now exists in our
hearts and in our bellies!

RIP
Malcolm Tandy

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