FOODIES

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:

 

Ducksoup is a natural wine bar and restaurant in the heart of Soho, with a weekly-changing menu that focuses on real food and the best the seasons have to offer. Established in 2011, and with several Fairs behind their belts, this year they will be joined by their sister venture The Picklery, a fermenting kitchen and intimate restaurant on Dalston Lane.

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. Their love of pasta is equal to their love for wine, with the team bringing some of their signature handmade pasta to complement the wines on offer at the Fair.

At Botanique, head chef Josie is driven by the whole vegetable, from root to tip, and the integrity of the journey from plant to plate. She works very closely with independent local farmers to design a menu which is centred around seasonal, sustainable and organic produce.

Sister restaurant, Kusaki, aims to provide pure, plant-powered meals that are healthful and delicious. Their focus is on offering up a creative, Asian-inspired plant-based concept.

Producing uniquely British cured meats in Bermondsey, Crown & Queue champion high-welfare, sustainably-raised heritage breed animals. For Managing Director, Adrienne, provenance is paramount, so she works tirelessly with each supplier to ensure that everything – down to the locally grown herbs used for flavouring – is of the highest quality.  This year they’ll be offering up their signature charcuterie as well as sumptuous, handmade pork pies and scotch eggs.

Jumi Cheese have been making raw milk cheeses in the Emmental Valley, Switzerland since 1896. From the cows that graze the green pasture and brought in to the dairy twice a day, to the artisan who watches the cheese mature for month and years, the entire process is non-industrial and done with the utmost care. Marcello and Tomi head up two locations in London supplying this fantastic cheese to the UK market. They will bring a selection of cheeses and their fabled raclette toasties to this year’s fair!

Gilles Wafflart aka The Pancake Man will be wheeling his pancake cart to Tobacco Dock this year and serving made-to-order sweet and savoury crêpes. Expect classic pancake flavour combinations as well as some quirky pairings too. 

Over Under make great coffee and they want to share it with as many people as they can! Their mobile barista bar uses the same single origin coffee, roasted with Assembly Brixton, that they use in their stores in Earls Court and West Brompton. They’re proud to have previously collaborated with big brands, small companies and friends serving exceptional coffee to all.