We're proud to welcome Street Feast to ONBlackheath 2019 - they'll be bringing all their goodness from Model Market to the gorgeous Heath. Take a look at some of their tasty offerings below and get your tastebuds tingling.
Anna and Tony have only one rule when creating their legendary vats of golden Mac: use loads of cheese and if in doubt, add more. Steaming hot bowls of classic mac n cheese loaded with crispy toppings and sauces – the ULTIMATE food to re-fuel you for a day of dancing.
Growlers are on a mission to make the most drool-inducing Portuguese street snacks in the capital. Their signature move is the Prego, a traditional Portuguese dish invented by butchers who would smash leftover beef with a hammer, cook it in some garlic ’n’ butter and chuck it into a crusty bread roll. 0% fancy, 100% delicious.
Inspired by the unmissable street food of northern Thailand, pals Paul and Rich are bringing their spin on the region’s punchy, succulent flavours to Blackheath after causing a storm at the pair’s bricks and mortar spot in Clapton. Expect fiery Thai soul food like Gai Yang (lemongrass and chilli BBQ chicken) and Gai Tod (crispy Thai fried chicken).
Swing by Paellaria for a taste of Spanish sunshine. Their paella plates are cooked fresh to order with Spanish-sourced ingredients – try the Paella de Pollo with juicy chicken and chorizo or the vegan paella with chickpeas and butternut squash.
Lawrence and Francis AKA Salt Shed, are bringing their salted beef to the beautiful Heath. Dig into their juicy salt beef steaks, or their New York Smoked Pastrami Bun with 12-hour smoked and steamed Beef Brisket, creamy slaw, sweet dill pickles and dry toasted bun.
Born and brought up in rural Tibet, Yeshi Jampa learned to cook nomadic food outdoors at a young age. That might explain why his vegan curries consistently contain a stampede of Himalayan flavours. Any trip to his stall cannot go without a box of momo dumplings: vegan, beef or cheesy, they’re a must.
After getting married in Kolkata, Raastawala founders Rinku and Neelan realised they wanted to bring the region’s delicious street food back to the UK. Cue their incredible Kati Roll, a signature chicken, lamb or chickpea wrap in fluffy garlic and coriander naan bread. Served alongside dirty fries, the pair’s Kolkata street food comes with a bunch of homemade sauces like their much loved green coriander and chilli chutney. This is family cooking, made with love.
Zoe's Ghana Kitchen
Brixton-based, Accra-inspired Zoe serves some of the best West African food in London. Treat yourself to a fried chicken stew served with jollof rice, or a red vegan bean stew served with tempura okra fries.
Los Churros Amigos
We all love those sweet, sweet fried sticks of dough. The Amigos have long sated the British sweet tooth with theirs: freshly made with organic flour and vegan ingredients, served with thick melted Belgian chocolate sauce.
Cool down in the ONBlackheath sunshine with a Lickalix. Their natural ice lollies are packed with fresh organic fruit – indulge with a fruity festival boost and taste the summer.
Giant, vegan sushi burritos, packed with ginger, wasabi and seaweed flavour grenades. For every wrap sold, they donate money to Mary’s Meals for children in hunger, and Eden reforestation projects. No wonder their maki is happy.
Crispy duck wraps with sticky sauce, The rules are simple: choose your base, add crispy duck, top with Asian veg, smother with hoisin or chilli sauce. Duck in, tuck in.
James Cochran was champion of the BBC’s Great British Menu 2018, and now he’s set up his street food venture, GOAT. Inspired by his memories of chomping on curried goat rotis during childhood summers on St Vincent, this is an inspired use of an underrated meat: BBQ Jamaican jerk spiced shoulder of kid goat wrapped in coconut flatbreads and served with a bunch of options for sauces and toppings, like his signature scotch bonnet jam. Delicious.
Champions of the 2018 London Pizza Festival, Wandercrust make truly magnificent 'zas using tried and tasted Neapolitan techniques. Think fluffy crusts and the kind of tomato’n’cheesy toppings that’ll have your mouth watering as your order is handed over. Take a few bites of the American Psycho (San Marzano tomato sauce, fior di latte mozzarella, basil, salami, moon chilli honey) and you’ll immediately understand the hype around these wood-fired delights. Bellissimo.
Jade and Angela make quality Chinese food – vegan style. Their dim sum is top notch, channelling the convivial atmosphere of ancient China’s legendary teahouses with a 21st Century twist. They’re known for delights like the jaozi dumplings with xo sauce, or The Dan Dan (mince in Szechuan chilli bean sauce, smacked cucumbers, beansprout, spring onion, coriander, deep fried vermicelli and toasted sesame). And it’s all totally meat and dairy free.
The Mixing Jug
Their mission? To bring you the best tasting sustainable drinks whatever time of day it is. Fancy a fresh, organic, berry smoothie for breakfast? A wake-up coffee shot? A toasty hot chocolate before bed? They’ll be there to blend or brew whenever you’re ready.