Continuously supporting London’s best new and unique culinary offerings alongside already established well loved London food ventures, this rolling delectable feast brings something for everyone, all wrapped up in two great days of food, drink, music and merriment.

This weekend’s Feast In The Fields is no exception; as a smorgasbord of tasty talent gets prepped for action for two tongue tantalizing days, this Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June featuring food from the likes of:


Japanese-born Tacochu takes a break from their signature Okinawan taco rice offering to bring you a brand new, hand-rolled sushi menu, prepared to order and packed with original flavors including prawn with yuzu mayo, sesame pork and pickled ginger, miso-steeped aubergine with fresh herbs. The list goes on! Endeavoring to step off the beaten “tuna or salmon” track to offer something a little bit mouth wateringly different.


You Doughnut create by hand sugary bite-size fluffy doughnuts, have them filled or glazed, or covered them with delicious warm & sweet gooey sauces. If that’s not enough already we top them with crunchy nuts & sprinkles or soft melting marshmallows. We use fresh natural ingredients & British produce where possible. Come & grab a treat, we’ll find you on the street!


Serve up cooked-to-order risotto balls at markets, events, private functions across London and now also at their Factory cafe in Kentish Town. The delicious little balls of tasty goodness are a cornerstone to a wide variety of salads, stews, home made sauces, finger food and lunch wraps they have on offer. Their mission is simple – to have everyone in the United Kingdom eating Arancini, whenever the chance, being gluten free and vegetarian almost anyone can enjoy them. 


With a long shared a passion for food and finery, these three longstanding friends delve into Britain’s rich culinary history tapping into it’s wealth of flavour, colour and influence to revive old favorites, fashion new classics and renew a sense of pride in these Isles’ food. Listed as one of the Top 50 Breakfast Spots in Britain by The Independent and chosen as one of the 2012 British Street Food Award finalists, these guys make serious food for serious times, whilst always suitably attired.


The Rebel Bakery is the cake shaped dream of John Whiter & Lucy Britton. Passionate about cakes that look and taste fabulous, they bring to life an experimental bakery that colliding with a gaggle of rebellious ingredients creating delicious cakes with a rebellious streak. Fun, kooky cupcakes and gluten free treats in an assortment of delicious flavours, handmade using the finest ingredients. Expect boozy and quirky flavours and the odd cake burger or two….


Vinn Goute is London’s only Seychelles Street food stall - a family run offering from the Seychelles meaning ‘Come and Taste’. The Motto is a word their grandmother use to say to when she had combined a wealth of different ingredients grown locally in her garden. On moving to England and missing the fine home cooked dishes sizzling on out door coal powered cooker and their grandmother’s hearty calls to the dinner table, they family decided to bring their homegrown flavor to here.


Thank Cluck is a fried chicken joint attempting to remove the stigma of greasy chicken houses have created. Fresh, delicious fried chicken served with inventive sides

Thank Cluck are a firm favourite at London Fields Brewhouse, if you try one thing in your life… try Fried Chicken Skins. So so bad but oh oh so good!!!


Jimmy’s Underground Pop up restaurant has been popping up in various parts of London to provide quirky inventive dishes created with some of the UK’s finest local ingredients. From foragers who pick inside the M25, to delicious Hereford Beef, Jimmy will be keeping stomachs satisfied and putting smiles on face all round with his infectious god vibe and home cooked food.

Getting the party started across the weekend will be an array of good times party starters including; King of Dirty Jazz, Backroom Swing, Rhythm and Blues – TJ Johnson, multifaceted instrumentalist songwriter, Odran Trümmel who mixes sharp rhythms and dreamy harmonies in a unique blend of

Folk, psychedelic pop and quirky jazz and Bard, three troubadours who collide in a rich harmony; with songs that speak and voices that ring all followed on by a big serving of Rock’n'roll from three brothers who go by the name the McGowan’s, guaranteed to get you moving with their original take on a classic era.

Come and be part of the Feastie fun, two days where Food, Beer and music collide to become the real stars of the show!

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