Wednesday, 11 July 2012

'Feast' Festival of Dining in London Bridge

Feast is a new project by the people who brought you the very popular Long Table back in November and December.  It brings lots of chefs & restaurants, including Moro, Morito, St John Bread & Wine, The Wright Brothers, and Jose Pizarro, together in one place, over three days.

"Savour a menu of over 30 different offerings, taking in the world’s most sumptuous street food and creations from some of London’s top restaurants while you sample a selection of London’s best brews and experimental cocktails.  And with music from new breaking bands and DJs, plus exciting art interventions and installations, it caters for all the senses.
Feast takes its place at the forefront of a deliciously democratic movement – of food revolutionaries, hungry to claim restaurant quality food for the street at affordable prices.
But Feast goes beyond the street. It’s as daring with location as it is with food. Unconventional spaces are re imagined and transformed, to create unique and special atmospheres. We’re launching at Guy’s Quadrangle – an undiscovered Georgian Square in the heart of London Bridge perfect for our first FEAST - but there are disused warehouses, open-air long cobbled streets and more unexpected, mystery locations on the horizon. Who knows where we’ll be feasting next…
FEAST has recognised a shift in British dining. We are celebrating a wealth of new food trends, providing over 30 different food and drink offerings at Michelin- grade quality and affordable prices. Were using the most unexpected locations to create the best possible atmosphere, continuing to push the boundaries on unique food experiences and experimental dining. Feast is about eating great food. Sip the City's best cocktails, soak up the music and art and indulge in delicacies from London's best restaurants, street food vendors and inspirational chefs. You'll be coming back for seconds…"

When - 3rd - 5th August

Where - The QUADRANGLE, Guy’s hospital, London Bridge, SE1 9RT

Cost - Entry is £6, then you pay for food at the stalls.  Book here

Link 1 - Feast
Link 2 - Booking page

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