Monday, 28 May 2012

Foodcycle's Forgotten Feast in Holborn

Foodcycle are holding a 4 day pop-up restaurant in the Fleet Bakery in Holborn; a very welcome ethical pop-up diner.

"This summer, FoodCycle are teaming up with Forgotten Feast and eco-chef Tom Hunt to create a sensational pop-up surplus feast in the heart of London.
From June 21st to 24th (Thursday-Sunday 19:30PM-22:30PM) you can enjoy a three-course banquet at the Fleet River Bakery, home of FoodCycle's first ever cooking session back in 2009. 
An unforgettable celebration of taste will be created using delicacies that would otherwise be forgotten. From wild foods and ugly vegetables to unusual cuts of meat and fish - and we can cater for veggies and meat-eaters alike!
Earlybird tickets are now on sale for just £30 (at and proceeds from the event will go to FoodCycle and to creating other Forgotten Feast events. FoodCycle is a UK charity (reg. 1134423) which combines volunteers, surplus food and spare kitchen spaces to create nutritious meals for people at risk from food poverty and social isolation."

When - 21st - 24th June.  Sunday 24th will be a late lunch, starting from 3pm.  All others are in the evening.

Where - Fleet River Bakery, 71 Lincoln's Inn Fields  City of London, WC2A 3JF

Cost - Currently £30 + fees from Eventbrite - but the cost will rise as it gets nearer the event

Link 1 - Facebook event
Link 2 - Booking page
Link 3 - Foodcycle

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