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Indulge Yourself and All of Your Senses in a Huge FEAST
Chefs and street food will come together at Tobacco Dock this March for the second FEAST in three months.
The banquet of foods on offer will spill out from the old tobacco warehouse and onto the cobbled streets beyond to offer you an experience of twenty-first century food transposed onto a nineteenth-century cityscape. The food will be complemented by experimental cocktails and live music. It would be a shame to miss such an event that is guaranteed to delight and satisfy all the senses in an event that the Independent classifies amongst the ten best food festivals.
To titillate your taste buds some of those who have already signed up include Dishoom serving their lamb raan bun; Meringue Girls with their meringues (what else?); Anna Maes with her southern American inspired treats; Pizza Pilgrims' Neapolitan pizzas; freshly baked waffles from Waffle On; rock oysters courtesy of the Wright Brothers; and Big Apple's Hot Dogs. You'll find a lot more on the website too, where you can pre-book your tickets for afternoon or evening sessions, depending on your choice of day.