2 - 5 April 2020 |Old Truman Brewery,Brick Lane.
  • The White Label Kitchen

FOR THE LOVE
OF FOOD

 

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 you won’t find any expensive chip vans, lack of vegetarian options and greasy noodles at The London Coffee Festival. The White Label Kitchen is 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. 

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. 
 

the 2019 menu


Radio Alice
@radioalicepizzeria
If you just want some straight-up good pizza, then make a beeline for Radio Alice. Straight from Italy, comes Matteo Aloe’s celebrated sourdough pizza. Made every day using organic stoneground flour, wild yeast, 24hr fermentation, seasonal toppings, 8 slices to share.
After helming a successful pizzeria in Bologna, brothers Matteo and Salvatore enlisted the help of their friend Emma (co-founder of Gail’s Bakery) to bring their delicious pizza concept to London - you have seen them in Hoxton Square & Clapham Common…and for one lovely weekend, find them at the Truman Brewery! 

Arancini Brothers 
@arancinibrothers
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. 
 

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Crabbieshack
@crabbieshack
Making its second appearance at The London Coffee Festival and bringing the Kent coast to The White Label Kitchen is 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. 

DF Mexico
@dfmexicodiner
Famous for its nachos, tacos, buns and burritos, DF Mexico is all about…you guessed it: hearty Mexican food that packs a punch. Our favourite dish? The tacos; two soft tortillas served with crunchy slaw, salsa and your choice of filling. Bringing Mexico City to the Old Truman Brewery, it’s sure to be a hit. 
 

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