Just completed a spectacular foodie event in West London, here are some details. Case Study to come soon!
Where: Road Food Stall Portobello Market | Site 89, near to Dunworth Mews in between Talbot Road and Westbourne Park Road, on the corner outside the Office shoe shop
When: Friday 18 July | 11:00 to 15:00
Tickets: Free | No booking required
What happens when you mix savoury storytelling and nectarous nosh with a splash of schnapps? A day of performances dedicated to food, family, recipes and the stories that link them together.
Come and join as Food Stories: West pops up at Road Food in Portobello Market, where the stories will be overflowing. Raconteurs include the famous and the infamous, all sharing a story about food, family or something that connects the two, with delicious treats and surprises throughout the day.
The Argentinian Pizza Supper Club is a Pop-Up Eat & Meet that takes place on Saturdays evenings. It’s founder, Oli, is a chef and musician and will be working his magic.
Biscuiteers make delicious bespoke biscuits that are almost too good to eat. www.biscuiteers.com
Book and Kitchen is a bookshop with a small café situated on All Saints Road that combines the literary and culinary in a fresh and modern setting. www.bookandkitchen.com
Darjeeling Express produce Indian Supperclubs & Events with family recipes that go back four generations. www.darjeeling-express.com
The idea for Eddies Chilli Jam was born in the 1960s combining when the flavours of traditional West Indian foods with very British sweet jam. www.eddieschillijam.com
Edible Stories bring stories to life through unique, provocative and immersive edible experiences. Their curated and themed dining experiences take favourite written stories and bring them to life through the use of food. www.ediblestories.co.uk
La Fromagerie featuring a poem by Roderick Smith. Stylish and unconventional, La Fromagerie is recognised as being one of the best cheese shops in England. Roderick Smith is an actor working in film, theatre, television, radio and commercials. Amongst many other TV roles he has appeared in 56 episodes of ‘Dangerfield’ for the BBC. He also loves – and has written a poem – about cheese.