12-15 April 2018 |Old Truman Brewery,Brick Lane.
  • The White Label Kitchen



Warning – do not read when hungry

Little leaves a bad taste in your mouth more than having a fantastic experience only to be ruined by terrible food. But, this can often be the case with festivals, famed for their expensive chip vans, lack of vegetarian options and greasy noodles. Which is why we launched The White Label Kitchen, an innovative dining experience that provides a blank slate for a handpicked selection of London’s hottest food concepts to join forces and create the ultimate festival menu

Returning for its fourth year, The White Label Kitchen welcomes top chefs from four guest collaborators. So, whether you’re a proud devourer of meat, super-food freak, or ‘gluten free, dairy free, everything free’ type of person, your hungry stomach’s sure to be satisfied.

Let's have a look at who fed Festival-goers last year...


Making its debut appearance at London Coffee Festival and bringing the Kent coast to The White Label Kitchen was Crabbieshack. The Folkestone inspired shack uses local and seasonal produce to celebrate the humble crustacean. Soft-shell crab is coated in Old Bay batter before being deep-fried for intense crunch. Fluffy, brioche burger buns and stuffed with fresh fillings, topped with crispy crab and drizzled in a choice of sauce. MmmMmm.


Another Festival newbie was HS&Co, bringing visitors Irish steak cooked on the famous Josper Grill. Steak was dry-aged for three weeks before being cooked on the Grill with nothing other than salt and pepper (no silly marinades) to enhance the beef’s flavour. It was then sliced and served with onions on a soft white bun, but not before being topped with creamy cheese sauce. Philly Cheese Steak sound a bit too meaty for you? Fear not. For the Veggies out there, there was also homemade falafel wrapped in traditional Lebanese flat bread served with salad and tahini sauce.


SpiceBox gives the Indian takeaway an update. Drawing from ancient Ayurvedic wisdom, its chefs pack SpiceBoxes curries with super spices that nourish your body and soul. They swap animal fats, sugar and general nastiness for vegetables, pulses and plant-based goodness - meaning that all Spice Boxes are less than half the calories of your standard takeout, whilst tasting just as good. Hooray!

SpiceBox cares about the impact its food has on the world around us. That's why you'll never find animal products in the food. Ever. 


Arancini Brothers
A favourite amongst Festival-goers since day one, Arancini Brothers are best known for their Sicilian-style, hand-made risotto balls. Last year they served up the likes of a Risotto Ball Salad Box packed with superfood salad, four wheat free risotto balls and homemade chutney, as well as The London Coffee Festival Special Burger, made from organic brioche and filled with a beef patty, sweet bacon garlic confit and Colston Bassett Blue, with a side of smoky fries. Not bad considering they started offas a tiny Brick Lane market stall, ay?

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