Last weekend we joined the big meaty guns (Smokestack, Bleecker Burger, other carnivirous kings) at Pork Life and Ribstock in Dalston Yard. That car park has seen so much action, feasting and drinking… since the first days of Street Feast there we always feel at home and the vibe is always new and fresh but always consistently buzzing. Pork Life was no exception, and to celebrate we served probably our most traditional dumpling yet: back to basics with a super juicy pork and Chinese chive served with a new and weirdly more-ish maple, sesame and chilli dipping sauce.
It was a perfect weekend and we managed to adopt an inflatable pig so everyone is happy.
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Well well well we have had a busy start to the summer at Rainbo HQ.
Moving house, prepping for Festival season, returning to Street Feast in Dalston yard and working on Xochi, Hugo and Dom’s new project, Pura Vida Social Club… It’s all go!
And this weekend we are really turning up the heat in the British Street Food Awards with KERB at Granary Square. Yikes!
You will need their app to vote, so get it on your phone asap, and come down and support team Rainbo…
See you soon
This week we are at our usual slot at Kings X on Wednesday and then griddling more gyoza on the Southbank for the second KERB extravaganza there on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Get ready and come hungry… summer is here and it’s only right to stuff your face and stamp your feet.
It’s been a busy few weeks for team Rainbo as the summer kicks off, led primarily by a 4 week residency at Fairground in Haggerston, where talks, food, music and workshops come together in a whirl of creativity, craft and consumption of great things. We have been serving up our new summer menu of cured kohlrabi, smashed cucumber and wakame and chicken and green tea gyoza and are having a ball on the very chilled second floor. Catch us there the next two weekends and come and learn something new while you do.
The week before last we had a pretty special street food night in London. At its most iconic pile of bricks, with the man Elton himself singing and loads of our favourite traders feeding thousands of hungry guests, we had a pretty sweet evening all round. The party was to celebrate the future restoration and development of Battersea Power Station, and getting so close to its awesome magnitude and age pretty much blew our minds.
No need for talking, here are the pics.