Last week I was invited by Nuffnang to attend the food festival Feast in London. I would never say no to the prospect of delicious food so grabbed my friend Fabio and headed down to the Tobacco Dock, salivating profusely on the way. I wasn’t disappointed: the variety and quality of the foods available was definitely worth the visit.
It was very hard picking what to eat for dinner, but we ended up settling on the pulled pork sandwiches from Bare Bones Barbecue. Also had a ginjinha and a few words with the head-chef of Notting Hill Kitchen, a restaurant that focuses mainly in modernised versions of somePortuguese dishes, among other things. Sounded great and I should pay them a visit soon! The Meringue Girls’ stall was definitely the best looking one – how photogenic are those beautiful and colourful meringues? Certainly more than me!
One of the main attractions of the event was the @FoodismUK photobooth…. bloggers love photobooths and we never miss the chance of getting in one. I really like the results, some really lovely mementos of my friend Fabio and I to cherish!
Loved going to Feast, I’m definitely keen on going back!
Last Saturday I went down to London for the Nuffnang 1st Birthday Party, as it’s just completed its first year in the UK. If you don’t know Nuffnang and you are a blogger, just get yourself onto their page and take a look, they’re great to work with and the nicest bunch you can ever meet! It was a great opportunity to meet the Nuffnang team again and see some familiar blogger faces, as well as getting acquainted with new ones! I took a few photos mostly with my phone – it doesn’t make for the best quality on the blog but it did make for better conversations. Sometimes it’s hard to worry about taking photos and hang out with people!
I thought it was a good idea to do the Oscar’s selfie style thing. Francesca of Fall for DIY, Kylie of Little Outdoor Kylie, Sarah of The Prosecco Diaries and Che of Indie Berries. The downside is that I ended up looking like a real dork. Ha well..
There’s Emily-Jayne in her fabulous colours and Diane of Nomad Seeks Home, a fellow blogger/illustrator!
It was a lovely celebration, held at the rooftop bar at Netil 360, in the London Fields area. We had giggles, photos, lots of conversations, all set against a breathtaking view of London and filled with burgers, vegan tacos and glasses of Prosecco. Thank you Jesse and team Nuffnang for organizing it!
Vegan tacos and burgers by Club Mexicana – they were delicious! I’d never heard of pulled jack fruit before but became an instant fan… Moar!
On the way there I also did a few photos, as per usual. I hope you like them too.