Summer Feast

4-7 July 2013

Summer is here (maybe) and Moro returning to London’s most exciting and adventurous food event!

FEAST has found itself a new home in Brick Lane Yard near London’s Spitalfields market, the old service yard for the brewers.  The site is bang in the heart of street food London and will make a welcome destination for hungry Londoners.

The fourth incarnation of FEAST’s colourful line-up of top chefs and street food heroes at sees some incredible dishes on the menu.  Moro will be serving up an array of dishes including charcoal grilled Cornish sardines with cornbread and gazpacho.

In recent years, Moro’s Exmouth Market food stall has established almost as many fans as the restaurant, providing husband and wife team Sam and Sam Clark with an outlet for their enthusiasm for authentic, Moorish street food.

Alongside Moro, this fourth FEAST welcomes new traders such as Spuntino, Flat Iron, and James Lowe (Young Turks)  alonside the FEAST stalwarts such as HIX and Meringue Girls as well as Moro’s Exmouth Market neighbour Caravan.

From Coconut shies, mini croquet lawn and boule to picnics, deck chairs and banquet style seating,  this Summer FEAST promises a unique and memorable day out for everyone.

Tickets are £9 and can be booked on the FEAST website: www.wefeast.co.uk

Brick Lane Yard
Buxton Street Gate (Corner of Buxton Street + Brick Lane)
London E1 5ER

Thursday 4th July: 6pm – 11pm
Friday 5th July: 5pm – 11pm
Saturday 6th July: Midday – 11pm
Sunday 7th July: Midday – 9pm

Feast Summer

Moro features at Secret Cinema’s Grand Eagle Hotel to the sound of Laura Marling

Secret Cinema

We’re really excited to be partnering with our friends at Secret Cinema again, this time providing food to accompany their live immersive music experience featuring the wonderful Laura Marling.

For 16 nights only, Laura’s latest album ‘Once I Was an Eagle’ will be brought to life in the Grand Eagle Hotel (est. 1865), a secret, unused building in Hackney, which has been transformed into a hotel in 1927, with a full live performance by Laura Marling.

From the 13th June until the 30th June, Secret Cinema will host the 1927 Eagle Ball to celebrate the re-opening of this glamorous resort, and release a limited amount of tickets to the currently sold out show as part of Secret Restaurant.

Hotel Master Thomas Undine and his staff will see to the well-being of all guests, and lead through the sonic experience with charm and elegance. All guests must observe a strict black-tie dress code to meet the expectations of the house, and join in the most spectacular ball of the year.

Secret Restaurant, under the auspices of Sam and Sam Clark and the Moro team, will open its doors every night exclusively to 36 guests, who will be immersed in the curious, romantic world of the Grand Eagle Hotel. Diners at the Secret Restaurant will take part in a lavish three-course banquet, featuring a variety of culinary delights. Patrons will be served chilled almond soup with sour cherry and black bread; roast quail with rose petals and pistachios with jewelled rice and herb salad; and Alfonso mango with pashmak.

We have also been appointed as suppliers of all foods to the Grand Eagle Hotel: in the Dining rooms, and in the Pantry Kitchen.  All guests can revel in an array of dishes including a special vegan option designed by Laura Marling, a passionate chef herself.

Tickets are available here.