This year marks the 5th anniversary of Soho Food Feast (13th&14th June), having grown from a school fete style gathering, to a large weekend extravaganza of exciting restaurants, chefs, bars and entertainment.
Originally set up to raise money for the severely underfunded Soho Parish School, Margot Henderson and Anita Moir’s event now attracts foodies from across London, families and Soho residents alike; the fundraising element in particular giving the weekend a real community feel, unique to Soho.
After a fire on Wardour street saw Pan-Indian restaurant and Soho institution, Carom temporarily close its venue, and participation in this year’s Street Feast look disappointingly doubtful; true to its charitable philosophy, the Street Feast organisers have opened up both their hearts and kitchen to the restaurant, meaning Carom triumphantly looks forward to taking part in Soho Food Feast another year.
Carom’s Executive Head Chef Vishnu Natarajan will be providing street-feasters with a taste of India, in the heart of Soho, by serving up an authentic feast of delicious, traditional pan –Indian dishes centred on a thoughtful and inspired use of spices.
Expect signature dishes, light bites and larger plates, each benefitting from Vishnu’s contemporary taken on elegant and refined dishes.Share This Post