Streatham Food Festival Fair 2014
The Streatham Food Festival is back for 2014! Lots of restaurants up and down Streatham High Street offering special “taster” dishes for between £2 and £5 of their signature dishes. Not all the restaurants are gourmet, so do pick and choose carefully, but there are so many restaurants participating that you’re bound to find a few that you like. “Restaurant-hopping” is recommended throughout the four day festival from the 5th June to the 8th June.
There is also a Streatham Food Fair taking place on the Sunday 8th June, at Streatham Green. Below is details and information that I received in a Streatham Food Festival booklet through the post:
“Last year’s Food Fair was a huge success and this year promises to be even bigger, better and more delicious! There’s something for everyone at this day-long celebration of tasty local food and drinks – from Asian street food and boozy ice creams, to Mexican cocktails and artisan cakes.
Plus you can enjoy a range of exciting activities including live music, face painting and free Supermalt samples. Learn how to grow-your-own at Growing Lambeth‘s stall or sign-up for a VegBox from Sutton Community Farm. Guys and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust will be on hand to offer tips on healthy eating, while budding food entrepreneurs can get start-up advice from Tree Shepherd.
Thirsty folk can visit The Bean Machine for coffee and tea or Project Shine‘s licensed bar. Streatham Women’s Sewing Group will present their latest project The Dress My Mother Wore and invite you to make your own miniature edible dress.
Cooking fans won’t want to miss our demo tent where local chefs and enthusiastic cooks will share their top tips for delicious dining. Free demonstrations throughout the day.”
In terms of the lineup of food and drink stalls that will be present, here is the list:
The Wren Sisters
One Stop Jerky
Chas & Momo
Ladle & Larder
The Honest Carrot
Hope to see some of you on the Sunday 8th June! And do share this with family and friends to make it a bigger success than last year’s festival.