Food Highlights From FEAST Festival This Weekend @wefeastlondon

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The fourth incarnation of FEAST’S colourful line-up of London’s top chefs and street food heroes at Brewer’s Yard on Brick Lane from 4th – 7th July sees some incredible dishes on the menu for some old and new faces to FEAST:

  • Angela Hartnett ‘Whitechapel Dining Room’Scallops, bacon, spring onion and radish with truffle chips
  • Flat Iron: Grassfed Wagyu Shortrib beef heading over from New Zealand specially for FEAST. The meat is cooked at a low temperature for 48hrs then finished over live charcoal to a give pink but charred piece of beef
  • Kitchenette: Ghanaian groundnut stews, Korean tacos, hearty breakfast burritos, handmade chocolates, wood fired sandwiches or Beijing pancakes
  • Ayam LegendA selection of delightful Indonesian street food snacks which showcase the exotic abundance of flavour, colour, degrees of spiciness and textures of the mighty Indonesian cuisine
  • KimchinaryKimchi grilled cheese quesadilla with smoked Gochujang mayo and Fried Pig’s ear
  • Miss Manchu: Five-Spiced Crispy Skin Pulled Pork, Hainanese Poached Ginger Chicken, Miso-infused Shitake Mushrooms
  • Bonnie Gull: fresh Devon crab in a bridge roll with baby gem lettuce as well as the AAA rated Portland Pearls, complete with shallot vinegar, lemon or Tabasco
  • Spuntino: Peanut Butter & Jelly is taken to new (literal) levels of cool as an ice-cream sandwich with indulgent jam filling.  They will also be serving their award-winning Truffled Egg Toast
  • Mishkins: Classic all-beef corndogs on skewers – a meaty lollipop with a smorgasbord of toppings including sauerkraut, mustard, jalapenos, and green tomato ketchup
  • Breddo’s Tacos: 50 day aged Beef Short Rib Taco, alongside Breddo’s Mint Crunch Fried Chicken Taco 
  • Tramontana Brindisa: hamburguesa blanco y negro – a mini burger of white butifarra sausage and morcilla.  They will also be mixing up Fideua with cuttlefish, prawns and flame-roasted garlic alioli, gazpacho and jamon ibérico
  • Opera tavern: 5 Year Old Jamón Ibérico “Salt Yard” from Castro e Gonzales, Smoked Mackerel, Piquillo and Marjoram Crostini, Charcoal Grilled Chorizo with Smoked Aubergine, Almond Alioli
  • Meringue Girls: The ladies go Eton Messy with a boozy option of Gin & Tonic, Pina Colada or Mojito meringue kisses with Pimm’s cream, Champagne soaked strawberries and fresh mint sugar.

Live tweets from Feast Festival by Olivia – Food PR @MissFoodPR and @FoodPRie

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