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PILAU restaurants

Spice up your lunchbreak and elevate your evenings! Pilau has the freshest flavours and best combos, earning a reputation for serving up some of London’s best Indian street food. 🇮🇳 😋

Your meal starts with your perfect base of a soft flour tortilla, warmly spiced rice or a fresh and crunchy salad. It’s then piled high with your choice of banging butter chicken, tender slow-cooked lamb in a rich bone marrow sauceor tomato and coconut paneer. Complete your creation with special slaw, pickled ginger, red onion, shoestring bhaji or fresh chillies and top it all off with a dollop of mint & coriander yoghurt or mango & apricot chutney.

Lates
When the clocks hit 5, the lights at the Goodge Street restaurant dim as oil burners flicker on tables, the music takes a smooth turn and the restaurant gets ready for dinner. Staying true to their fast casual experience, customers can now order at the counter and it’ll be brought to the table.

You’ll be served up a choice of Paneer or Butter Chicken all accompanied with black dhal, warm bread, lime pickled onions and salad. You can also choose to bolt on a beer and make the meal a tenner.

Feed yourself – feed a child project
Their project donates a meal to a child in India from every meal bought. The commitment to combatting food poverty in Indian communities has seen them donate thousands of meals already.

Founded in 2015, PILAU is a celebration of both our love for Indian culture and passion for London’s restaurant scene, resulting in the ultimate fast-casual dining experience. Offering fresh, authentic, good-quality Indian food in an accessible and contemporary format, PILAU’s two London eateries are perfectly positioned in Soho and Fitzrovia to solve the eternal question of picking something healthy, and most importantly, tasty for lunch. PILAU is also available via Deliveroo and Uber Eats and via City Pantry, making it the perfect option when considering an inspiring lunch for a crowd!

www.pilaurestaurant.co.uk

Locations:
34 Goodge Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2QL
22 Noel Street, Soho, London W1F 8GS

Times:
Monday – Tuesday 12pm – 8pm
Wednesday – Saturday 12pm – 9pm
Sunday 12pm – 4pm

Summer by the River at London Bridge City until 2 September 2018

A packed schedule of exciting outdoor events and entertainment running all summer. The largest free outdoor festival in London. ☀️ 😎

With stunning views of Tower Bridge, The Tower of London and the iconic City skyline, Summer by the River is the perfect place to celebrate all things summer. This year the site will be transformed to take on a vibrant English country garden theme.

The busy programme will ensure there is never a dull moment down by the River. With outdoor cinema and theatre, big screen summer sports (including Wimbledon, Ascot and the cricket), live comedy and music performances, fun family days, fitness classes and a host of events to let your hair down on a Friday, Summer by the River will be the ultimate London experience this summer.

No festival would be complete without a delicious array of food and drink on offer and this year, Summer by the River is joining up with the amazing teams at Flat Iron Square and Look Mum No Hands to offer a constantly changing choice of some of the Capital’s finest street food housed in stunning country garden themed pop-ups.

Event themes:
Monday – Fitness
Tuesday – Film Night, outdoor cinema
Wednesday – Comedy
Thursday – Music
Friday – FriYay!, all singing all dancing interactive events
Saturday – Family Day
Sunday – World Music

www.londonbridgecity.co.uk

Location:
London Bridge City, London SE1 2DB

Times:
Various

Price:
Free

Vault Festival LATES at The Vaults Waterloo until Saturday 17 March 2018

A series of evening events promising to lure festival-goers seeking a further theatrical fix into the small hours a total of eight weekends of specially curated, immersive parties every Friday and Saturday night until March.

With an anti-Valentine’s ball, Mardi Gras spectacular, Burlesque lock in and I ♥ EU Silent Disco on the bill, there’s a LATE for every species of party animal. You can also tuck into fiery fusion Thairitos and indulgent Mac ‘n’ Cheese with a specially curated menu of hearty street food. If you just want a drink there are six bars open every day of the festival.

Events:
NeverLand Lates (2nd and 3rd Feb) promises an exhilarating late night journey of discovery into the mystical world of Peter Pan, inviting party-goers to don their best pirate hat or fairy wings as they navigate banquets, food fights, sword fights and lagoons to a soundtrack of live music and circus acts.

The House of Burlesque: Lock In (9th and 10th Feb) welcomes the return of international showgirl Tempest Rose promising “Showgirl Explosions”, mini-burlesque tutorials, bespoke cocktails and a secret speakeasy for the night Time Out dubbed the “Moulin Rouge on Acid”.

The Bleeding Heart Ball (17th Feb) from Shotgun Carousel and Gypsy Disco will be a wild and debaucherous anti-Valentine’s party complete with jaw-dropping circus acts, roaming illusionists, face and body painting and a life drawing salon. A refuge for unrequited lovers, this LATE promises to be an audiovisual feast of gender-bending cabaret and awe-inspiring interactive theatre coupled with the wildest gypsy folk and brass heavy bands blasting out heart wrenching blues and blood-curdling ballads.

FAT TUESDAY (23rd and 24th Feb) sees Shotgun Carousel return to the festival for the fourth year with London’s most gratuitous answer to global Mardi Gras. Revellers will get wild with giant brass sections, circus acts and impromptu parades in this annual celebration of excess. Anything goes costumes and dancing on tables encouraged.

LABYRINTH (2nd and 3rd March) an immersive theatrical circus party from Chivaree Circus, brings to life the Goblin Realm. Adventurers will delve into a world full of mind-boggling aerial performances, stupendous circus feats and intimate encounters as they fight their way to the castle beyond the Goblin City to help #SaveSarah from losing herself in this topsy-turvy domain where nothing is what it seems.

The Final Countdown: I ♥ EU Silent Disco (10th March) will be a white-hot celebration of all things EuroPop as we inch towards the ominous one-year-to-go date for Britain’s departure from the EU. Three channels of continental club bangers including Eurovision hits, indie classics, ABBA favourites and plenty more variety, will add up to a crowd cutting some of the wildest moves around on a dancefloor full of open hearted revellers.

RUCKUS | Underground St Patrick’s Day (17th March) Think Peaky Blinders with twice the craic – travel back to 1919 London to celebrate St Patrick’s Day at RUCKUS. Expect live bands, DJs, game tables and a secret immersive quest for any that want to play. Part underground gangster party, part immersive piss-up, all trouble.

www.vaultfestival.com/whats-on

Location:
The Vaults, Leake Street, London SE1 7NN

Times:
Various

Price:
Ticketed events from £5 book online

KERB is 5 at King’s Cross West Handyside Canopy on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 October 2017

KERB are celebrating 5 years of street food trailblazing with a star-studded birthday bonanza including a two night party, special guest Alumni trading at KERB Gherkin lunch market and the launch of the KERB LIFE podcast.

KERB are bringing back old faces (KERB Alumni) to trade alongside the new (inKERBator graduates) and cook up a never-created-before KERBlaboration-themed £5 dishes at the 5th birthday party – (behold street food titans Bleecker x Bao going head to head with the surprise “Blao”; Vicky’s x BluTop’s ice cream donut toastie and Decatur x Project Sandwich’s NYC Bodega store deli sandwich, to name a few).

Also for the birthday extravaganza, KERB are inviting four KERB Alumni back (Bleecker Burger, Yum Bun, The Ribman and Rola Wala) to guest trade at their KERB Gherkin lunch market alongside releasing the KERB LIFE podcast – a sonic feast exploring the London food scene.

  1. Bleecker x Bao: two of THE BIGGEST street food titans in London go head to head with the “blao” / “bao-urger” surprise
  2. The Ribman x Oh My Dog: “The Rib Dog” heritage breed franks piled high with Ribman’s signature “Holy Fuck” hot sauce smothered meat
  3. Mother Clucker x White Men Can’t Jerk: WMCJ brine, MC floured fried jerk chicken
  4. Decatur x Project Sandwich: The ‘Kings Boulevard Bodega’ NYC deli joint (make-your-own Subway style)
  5. Sheng High x Greedy Khao: (Felix makes a come-back!) to create Thai-Chinese “Khao soi guo tie dumpling” curry soup fusion with Faai and Lee (vegan)
  6. Vicky’s x Blu Top: ice cream donut panini toasties
  7. Taco Dave x Cyprus Kitchen: aka ‘Pita Hombre’ serving Cyprus-Mexican fusion ‘Al Pastor’ pittas with cumin tzatziki, Serrano salsa, pomegranate molasses and fennel slaw
  8. Club Mexicana x Dosa Deli: vegan jackfruit vindaloo burritos
  9. Kimchinary x BBQ Dreamz: Korean – Filipino “Asian Persuasion” feat. bulgogi bavette steak + duck heart skewers
  10. Anna Mae’s x Piadina Project‘: mac ‘n cheese piadinas
  11. Nonna’s x Capish: Neapolitan choc ice station

www.kerbfood.com/kerb-is-5

Times:
5-11pm

Location:
West Handyside Canopy, Handyside Street, London N1C

Tickets:
£5 book online, limited tickets available on the door after 8:30

Canopy Market @ King’s Cross / from Friday 26th – Sunday 28th May 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Fri 11.00-20.00
Sat, Sun 11.00-18.00

@ West Handyside Canopy, King’s Cross, London N1C 4BH (near Granary Square)

Free entry

www.kingscross.co.uk/canopy-market

Head to West Handyside Canopy on the last weekend of every month for some serious stall browsing.

On the last weekend of every month, shop one-off pieces from designers, stock up on fresh produce directly from traders, and sample the best food around – all to the tune of live DJs and performances.

Real Food Festivals bring some of the country’s top-quality artisan food producers and street food to Canopy Market. You’ll find artisan bread, craft beer, coffee, cured meats, farmhouse cheeses, handmade sweets and desserts, delicious hot food and much more.

StrEATlife @ Alexandra Palace / Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th May 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: Sat 12-10pm Sun 12-8pm

@ Alexandra Palace, London N22 7AY

Free entry

streatlife.alexandrapalace.com

STREATLIFE is the new name for Alexandra Palace’s legendary Street Food & Craft Beer festival. The festival takes place over four summer weekends. Featuring over 30 of London’s top street food vendors, craft beer bars, cocktails, Pimms and all sorts of tasty treats.

Saturdays feature eclectic bands and on Sundays the DJs take over. There’ll also be live street art and graffiti for you to sit back and watch.

RSVP on Facebook.

May: Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th
June: Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th (Saturday featuring Showhawk Duo)
July: Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd
August: Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th (Saturday featuring DJ Yoda)

Limehouse Social’s first birthday x Gluten Free Festival @ Limehouse Marina / Saturday 29th April 2017

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 11am-5pm

@ Limehouse Marina, Basin Approach, London E14 7LB

Free entry

It’s Limehouse Social’s first birthday and the wonderful people at The Gluten Free Festival are joining! Expect many favourite traders plus loads of celiac friendly food and treats!

Located next to the picturesque Limehouse Basin, Limehouse Social Market is the perfect day out for adults and children of all ages.

Street Food, local craft stalls and farmers market produce are accompanied by a backdrop of music, entertainment and conversation. Past markets have played host to; spoken word, hula hoop classes, live music, face painting, choirs, competitions and a whole list of other activities to keep everyone in the family entertained.

Burns Night: Monkey Shoulder and KERB @ The Biscuit Factory / Friday 27th and Saturday 28 January 2017 ??????

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 6.00pm-12pm

@ The Biscuit Factory, 100 Clements Road, London, SE16 4DG

Tickets: from £20 book online

www.kerbfood.com/kerbdoesburns

Street food specialists, KERB, are joining forces with whisky mavericks, Monkey Shoulder, to bring your a next level Burns Night that makes January 2017 something to get excited about!!!

For two magical nights, KERB and Monkey Shoulder will be transforming The Biscuit Factory into a humdinger of a Clubhoos to celebrate the great Rabbie Burns.

One-off Scottish street food creations from 5 ⭐️ KERBanists, huge live electric Ceilidh, whisky den + cocktails galore, the addressing of the haggis, highland themed games and a poetry slam corner, all set in a secret Bermondsey warehouse.

Menu highlights:

  • The Wild Game Co – Haggis Scotch eggs; Haggis Mac n Cheese
  • Deeney’s – Slow cooked venison tacos (with spicy salsa and whisky crème fraiche); the famed Macbeth Toastie (Haggis, cheddar, caramelised onion, rocket & mustard)
  • Ghetto Grillz – Chicken schnitzel stuffed with haggis served on celeriac & candied beets slaw
  • Oyster Boy – Fresh Cumbrae Rock and Loch ryan native oysters with Tabasco or whisky dressing
  • Nonna’s Gelato – ‘Build your own’ whisky sundae

NoFit State Circus: BIANCO @ Big Top Southbank Centre / until 22nd January 2017 ?

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Tuesday–Friday 7.30pm
Saturday 2:30pm and 7.30pm
Sunday 5pm

@ Southbank Centre, Big Top, Belvedere Road, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX

Tickets: from £25 book online

www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on

Marvel at a dramatic live contemporary circus performance from NoFit State. An immersive promenade show directed by Firenza Guidi, it takes place above, behind and all around a standing audience, with a constantly evolving narrative set to a pounding soundtrack performed by a live band.

Dinerama @ Shoreditch Yard / until 4th October 2015

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Thu, Fri, Sat noon till midnight
Sun noon till 9pm

@ Shoreditch Yard, 19 Great Eastern Street
Shoreditch, London EC2A 3EJ

Entry: free before 7pm, £3 after (Thu, Fri, Sat)

www.streetfeastlondon.com

Six street diners, six bars, five street food shacks, two trucks, one DJ and a MILLION twinkling LEDs.

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