This year's Cycle Revolution Festival features a mouthwatering feast for the senses, with a delicious and diverse food offering brought to you by CrabbieShack, Deeney’s and La Ferme London, washed down with mouthwatering cocktails courtesy of Bourne & Hollingsworth and a selection of English wines and beers from Chapel Down.
BOURNE & HOLLINGSWORTH
B&H Group is widely respected for the quality of cocktails they produce and their vast knowledge of spirits. This reputation is reinforced through the various and popular masterclasses and workshops hosted at Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings and Reverend JW Simpson, which are regularly adapted for one-off celebrations and private events.
Bringing the Kent coast to the streets of the City, Crabbieshack's Folkestone inspired shack uses local and seasonal produce to celebrate the humble crustacean. Soft-shell crab is coated in Old Bay batter (a blend of herbs and spices) before being deep-fried for intense crunch. Fluffy, brioche burger buns are stuffed with fresh fillings, topped with crispy crab and drizzled in a choice of sauce.
It all started on the markets in London where the ‘Macbeth’ haggis toastie built up a cult following across town. Deeney’s is now a mainstay on London’s most famous food markets including a weekly Saturday slot at Broadway Market in Hackney.
La Ferme London is a bistronomic-driven seasonal French restaurant in the heart of Farringdon, London. La Ferme London is present on many London markets, with cold and hot food: hot food is cooked and prepared every morning by their chefs in the restaurant kitchen. They prepare traditional recipes from France as well as recipes we learnt from our dear Grand Mas such as: Boeuf Bourguignon, Poulet Basquaise, Ratatouille, Tartiﬂette, French potato salad.
England's leading winemaker and one of the UK's most exciting drinks companies, Chapel Down produces a world-class range of sparkling and still wines, together with the award-winning range of Curious beers & cider.