As well as superb winemakers exhibiting at the fair, we are delighted to announce that the following companies will be helping satiate the appetites of hungry Real Wine Fair visitors selling a delicious variety of food:
TWIST is a Kitchen and Fusion Tapas Bar in the heart of Marylebone. Constantly exploring new ingredients and recipes from around the world, their kitchen is a meeting place of cuisines and traditions in a tapas style. Twist’s vision is to keep everything simple and authentic, without too much manipulation! They don’t like machines, nor artificial food and their aim is to use products that have been made with hands, love and passion.
Twist came to life from the creativity and curiosity of Head Chef/Co-owner, Eduardo Tuccillo, a genuine Neapolitan fascinated by food from an early age. Eduardo was born in Amalfi and his culinary roots are still there, but professionally he’s been lucky, travelling and working from New York to South Africa. He wanted to develop a menu, which would both reflect that journey and allow him to continue exploring. The tapas style was perfect for this, not only because it’s a really free format, but each table’s order is its own unique composition, its own voyage of discovery.
LA COUR DE RÉMI is a small hotel with a fantastic natural wine bar just 1 hour south of Calais in Bermicourt. They will be bringing the flavours of Normandy to The Real Wine Fair offering dishes based on quality, seasonal products sourced locally. All cooked to perfection!
SALT YARD is an award winning bar and restaurant serving modern tapas inspired by the flavours and produce of Spain and Italy. Located in Fitzrovia behind a discreet, dark frontage it opened its doors in 2005 and was the first restaurant from the Salt Yard group. Salt Yard will be serving some of their signature dishes the The Real Wine Fair, including their famous croquetas!
BURRO E SALVIA, London’s first artisan pastificio, opened its doors in 2013 with the mission of offering a 360° experience into the world of fresh handmade pasta. Creativity and passion are two of the key principles of the two shops, located in East Dulwich and Shoreditch. This year they return to the Real Wine Fair with two exclusive handmade pasta, the perfect match to the great wines available to taste.
THE QUALITY CHOP HOUSE is a busy restaurant in a beautiful townhouse in Clerkenwell serving predominantly British, locally-sourced and sustained food. They hunt out the best produce available and prepare it with the utmost respect. At the Real Wine Fair they will be serving some of their most simple and delicious classic dishes.
GALVIN BISTROT DE LUXE, situated on Baker Street, is vibrant, informal and quintessential to the ‘Bistrot modernes’ of Paris. Opened in 2005 by Michelin-starred brothers Chris & Jeff Galvin, Bistrot de Luxe offers a seasonally inspired classic French menu comprising many bistrot classics. At the Fair this year they will be titillating your taste-buds with their crisp pig-head croquettes and Baba au Rhum.
The CHARCUTERIE BOARD supplies the finest British Cured Meats to the wholesale trade in London and across the UK. They offer a range of artisan fermented, air-dried and cooked charcuterie with an emphasis on provenance, consistency and quality before quantity. Their background in butchery and charcuterie production, bespoke product development, restaurant management and retail gives them a breadth of knowledge to draw on in anticipating the needs of their customers. These include restaurants, pubs, groups, and specialist food retailers.
WOZA make authentic South African style charcuterie from premium British ingredients. There is a long, rich history of producing charcuterie in South Africa, ever since early settlers used this method to preserve meat in the hot, dry climate. Today, the king of South African charcuterie is biltong – prime cuts of cured, spiced and air-dried beef or venison.
Three flavours will be on offer at The Real Wine Fair to complement the wonderful wines on show: Original Beef – West Country beef bavette seasoned in Woza’s classic toasted coriander and pepper spice blend; Wild Venison – West Country wild venison: deep, rich, complex flavours with hints of coriander seed and juniper berry and Cape Cinnamon – a uniquely spiced beef biltong which was inspired by the South East Asian-influenced cuisine of the Cape province. Woza in Zulu is an invitation to ‘come with me’. We invite all meat lovers in the UK and beyond to come with us and try proper South African charcuterie!
THE BREAD STATION is a baking workshop and café located in London Fields, headed up by Christoffer Hruskova, a Michelin star Danish chef, who works with traditional baking principles for organic, yeast-free sourdough breads. The Bread Station is leading a revolution in people’s bread experience and also baking some delicious pastries and cakes.
ANDROUET was set up in London by brothers Alex and Leo in 2009. Alex takes care of the cheeses and Leo runs the restaurant. Cheeses are sourced from all over Europe, directly from producers. They mature their cheese in their own cellar in Old Spitalfields market where their cheese shop and restaurant are based.
TAYLOR ST BARISTAS has been serving up some of London’s best coffees and teas since 2006. They hand roast every batch of coffees with a light touch to reflect the coffee’s terroir. They will have a selection of their coffees representing 3 distinct flavour profiles at the Fair so you can wake up to the fascinating world of coffee
BONNIE GULL SEAFOOD SHACK is a clarion call to British Seafood; a nostalgic journey to the seaside holidays of our youth; a showcase of the best produce from British shores; a seaside restaurant in the city…
On this little island we call home we’re lucky enough to be surrounded by some of the finest seafood in the world; Wester Ross Lobster and Langoustine, Devon Brown Crab, Loch Ryan Oysters, Manx Queenies, and Shetland Mussels as well as stunning local fish such as Cornish Mackerel, North Sea Haddock, Selsey Cod and Gigha Halibut. Bonnie Gull source their seafood direct from day-boats around the coast with a menu that changes every day to showcase the mornings’ catch. They’re offering a new approach to seafood in London — accessible, affordable, simple, fresh, responsibly sourced and 100% British! At the Fair they will be serving a selection of Britain’s finest oysters.
DUCKSOUP Inspired by the neighbourhood restaurants of France, Ducksoup is a small natural wine bar and restaurant based around the simple idea of eating good food and enjoying delicious and interesting wines. Their small, eclectic menu features delicious seasonal cooking inspired by European travels. They sell natural and biodynamic wines grown by small producers and love finding great wines and sharing something new!