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Carnaby Street Eat food festival Preview – 20th July

For the first time ever, Carnaby will hold it’s first ever street food festival. Carnaby Street Eat is aimed for the whole family to have some fun in the summer. Next Sunday 20th July from 11-6pm, 30 restaurants, cafes, bars, will bring their dishes and drinks to celebrate.

Carnaby Street Eat

Shoryu Carnaby’s , Wright Brothers Soho, SACRED Café, Kua ’Aina, Pizza Pilgrims’, Masala Zone, The Rum Kitchen, Speakeasy Espresso and Brew Bar, Cha Cha Moon, The Diner, Antidote, Carnaby Burger Co., Rosa’s Thai, Dehesa, Leon, Zebrano, The Urban Tea Rooms, Whyte & Brown, Camellia’s Tea House. Shampers, Choccywoccydoodah, Johnny Cupcakes, Johnny Cupcakes, Stax, Mozzino, Katia Kitchen, The Detox Kitchen, AND MANY MORE!

 Carnaby Street Carnaby Street

For entertainment, Hardeep Singh Kohli will be doing cooking demos. ZSL London Zoo’s pop up shop will be offering animal face painting, for the little ones. Small eats and taster dishes are £5, I had a little sneak peak of the food offerings and you will not be disappointed. Wright brothers bubbly prosecco, smoked salmon and creamy plump oysters. Shoryu fluffy aromatic hirata buns and Yatai Street style food.  Cha Cha Moon signature Singaporean noodles, Whyte & Brown draft beers, Choccywoccydoodah is handing out FREE chocolate samples. The Rum Kitchen chickpea curry and jerk chicken wings.Newcomer Stax has duffin sundaes and ice cream floats.

Choccywoccydoodah dinosaurs Choccywoccydoodah display IMG_3838 Shoryu Hirata buns Stax Kingly court menu

So come along and join in the fun at Carnaby Street Eat food festival. Two minutes away from Oxford Street and 5 Minutes from Picadilly Circus.

 

Register on carnaby.co.uk for a free event guide and entry into a prize draw to win one for five dinners for two.

@CarnabyLondon #Carnaby #StreetEat carnaby.co.uk

 

I had a great pleasure going on a food safari tour showcasing a sneak peak of the food and drinks next Sunday. Warning photo’s overload. My favourite seafood place in London, Wright Brothers juicy creamy jersey oysters and prosecco.

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The secret room in Choccywoccydoodah, simply impressed me, going for the theme from Alice in Wonderland Mad hatter’s tea party. Filled with vibrant green grass, garden ornaments and lavish furnishings.

IMG_3863 Choccywoccydoodah dinosaurs IMG_3876 IMG_3877 Choccywoccydoodah display IMG_3865 IMG_3881 IMG_3888 Choccywoccydoodah secret room IMG_3894 IMG_3897 IMG_3898 IMG_3902 Choccywoccydoodah secret room

I have mad love for Shoryu hirata buns mention a few times on social accounts and the website. They are simply to die for! I look forward to yatai food offerings next week. Shoryu Ramen on Urbanspoon

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I had a taster of the draft beers at Whyte & Brown, the honey beer crisp and light and went well with the South crab on toast, handpick crabmeat, mushy avocado and apple matchsticks. The extraordinary Exotic Mess is Whyte & Brown take on the classic eton mess, with mango, zingy pineapple, passion fruit and bananas. Whyte & Brown on Urbanspoon

IMG_3958 Whyte & Brown crab on toast and draft beer IMG_3945IMG_3961 IMG_3972 IMG_3974 IMG_3985 Whyte & Brown exotic mess Whyte & Brown chicken skincrab on toast

Cha Cha moon stylish Asian fusion noodle bar, offers authentic Chinese food with a twist and divine thirst quenching cocktails. The platter is a great way to start off with signature selections of dim sum, seaweed salad etc. The Singaporean noodles are cooked to perfection, wok fried with hints of curry powder in the noodles.

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Of course it was time to wind down to rum cocktails at The Rum Kitchen, their take on pina colada. IMG_4006 The Rum Kitchen IMG_4014 The Rum Kitchen The Rum Kitchen

To end the night we went round to Stax and had the alcoholic ice cream floats. Oooh yer! Stax Kingly court menu IMG_4018 IMG_4020 Casper the friendly ghost IMG_4022 IMG_4023 IMG_4024 IMG_4027 IMG_4029 IMG_4031 IMG_4032 Stax ice cream flot

lebinh

Owner and author for The Food Connoisseur, foodie enthusiast & tea lady

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