July 2nd - August 16th
AND WE ARE OPEN! Feast is now starting its 6 week run at one of London’s oldest market institutions! With a little twist on the Feast brand, we are launching Little Feast, semi permanent sites with a handful of our best traders.
Little Feast has taken up residence under the arches at Shepherd’s Bush Market for six consecutive long weekends from July 2. Amid a summer garden setting, a delicious and eclectic array of food will be on offer from eight of London’s finest traders. And, to top is off, entry is absolutely free! * (Please note, we can’t have anyone under 18 on the premises past 5pm. Sorry!)
Visitors can get stuck into stuffed Venezualan flatbreads courtesy of Gusasaca or incredible Vietnamese baguettes and spring rolls from the Nha Trang Kitchen. Cheeky Burger will bring London’s best burger to the Bush, while Green Goat will be sticking some fine Cornish fish on the grill. For those with a sweet tooth, the beautiful people at Bad Brownie will be on hand with some freshly baked, chocolatey goodness.
And with all of this yummy food will, of course, go the drinks. An Arch that once housed an old fish mongers is being transformed into the Little Feast bar, serving up an array of rose’s, prosecco, beers, and naughty little cocktails. All you need to do is kick back and enjoy some incredible food and drink in a beautifully designed green space, decked out with banquette seating, sunken sofas and shrouded in ivy and greenery throughout the Yard.
Little Feast opens on Thursdays and Fridays from 5pm to 11pm. We’re then open all day Saturday until 11pm and Sunday, closing at 8pm. In addition, The Arch will also be open on the from Monday to Friday (7.30am to 5pm), with a selection coffees, artisanal salads, sandwiches and sharing plates on the menu allowing you to enjoy the garden in the day too.
We’re located bang opposite Goldhawk Road station – get yourself down to the Bush, and Little Feast will take care of the rest.
‘HOORAY! ONE OF LONDON’S BEST FOOD FESTIVALS RETURNS’EVENING STANDARD
‘TAKING THE FOOD REVOLUTION A STEP FURTHER’THE INDEPENDENT
‘EPIC FOOD FEST’TIME OUT