George Bernard Shaw's Last Meal New York 2007 - Meze
As far as I can tell, all English vegetarians love cheese. So you won't be surprised that we've been casting around trying to find a final meal for the beloved Victorian playwright and socialist featuring excellent cheese. Our choice may prove controversial, but we're taking him to Meze, a Greek restaurant idiosyncratically located in an industrial region of Dyker Heights. There he'll gorge on haloumi, a semi-firm sheep's-milk cheese that's oiled and browned in the salamander before being ferried to the table. The bread dip of potatoes and garlic called skordalia is similarly delightful.