Stacey gives X-friends kosher noshing class
Healthy appetite for success: X Factor contestant Stacey Solomon
After two heavy nights competing in one of Britain’s most watched television shows, what better way to wind down than enjoying some of Golders Green’s finest products — falafel and shwarma.
X Factor finalists took advice from Jewish contestant Stacey Solomon, 20, and ate at the White House Express in Golders Green Road two nights in a row last weekend.
Ronnie Canzee, whose family owns the White House chain, said: “Stacey was giving them advice on what the best things were to try.
“She was really friendly and down to earth and they were all loving the falafel and chicken in pitta.”
The final 12 acts moved into a £6 million mansion in Golders Green last month.
Two enterprising Jewish schoolboys have set up a tuck shop outside the West Heath Avenue house to cash in on the flocks of hysterical fans who are hungry for snacks as well as the stars.