Saturday, 11 July 2015

Little Feast: Street Food Comes to Shepherd’s Bush Market

Little Feast - just off Goldhawk Rd
Shepherd’s Bush Market is hosting a six-week street food festival called Little Feast - launched on Thursday 2 July in a space at the Goldhawk Road end of Shepherd's Bush Market.

Little Feast is open on Thursdays through Sundays, bringing imaginative street food to our neighbourhood.

Little Feast is a sister project to the Feast food festivals in Brick Lane and Tobacco Dock. It is home to eight street food stalls in wooden huts, including Green Goat (serving grilled fish), Got Seoul (Korean bbq), Venezuelan arepas (whatever they are) from Guasaca and a brand new stall called Poptata, selling something or other.  Nha Trang Kitchen brings Vietnamese rolls and stuff. Come along and see for yourself - buy whatever looks nice!

How long is Feast in town?
Feast will be in town for just six weeks - so don't hang about.

Where is it?
Under the arches at Shepherd’s Bush Market - just off the Goldhawk Road, next to the tube station.

Are families welcome?
Yes, during the day, but not in the evenings. Unfortunately no-one under 18 is allowed on the premises past 5pm.

Are there drinks?
Yes. Little Feast bar will serve up "an array of rose’s, prosecco, beers, and naughty little cocktails". - presumably in the evenings. (This is probably why kids aren't allowed in after 5pm.)

When is it open?
Little Feast opens on Thursdays and Fridays from 5pm to 11pm. They are also 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 of coffees, artisanal salads, sandwiches and sharing plates on the menu allowing you to enjoy the garden in the day too. So if you just just fancy a coffee and a snack, they're open all day.

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