Little Feast is a event concept, gathering some of the best London’s street foods in one yard. And this time around, they’ve created the surroundings of a Scandinavian Winter Wonderland. Live music, food and christmas cheers all around – from November up until Christmas.
Little Feast is back for a magical Scandinavian-inspired festive run. From November 5th to December 23rd Shepherd’s Bush Yard will once again be transformed, but this time into a Scandinavian forest, complete with fir trees, manzanita trees, holly covered pergolas, bark on the floors and woods brought in especially from Norway.
The yard will be fully covered, heated and have enough banquette seating for 140 people and plenty more room to mill (and ‘mull’) around,
Little Feast Winter offers an alternative eating destination for the festive period with some of the best new street food purveyors in the capital taking up residence in its wooden huts, some in the style of Norwegian fishing cabins. Expect mulled ciders & wines, smokey meats & broths and a touch of Scandinavia in the heart of Shepherds Bush.
On Saturday and Sundays, when the market is open in the day as well as at night, The Deli Shed will be selling freshly baked breads, cheeses, smoked fish and meats for Christmas. And that’s not all. This festive enchanted forest will be selling Christmas Trees from November 13th
Free to attend and open from 6pm on weekdays and 12pm on weekends. We recommend weekends for a family lunch with a difference.
For a free spiced winter warmer upon arrival, preregister at wefeast.co.uk – but you may also just pop by. The more the merrier!