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All eyes will be smiling on Trafalgar Square this Sunday
Acclaimed Irish chef John Relihan will be serving up dish after dish of Irish street food, such as slow-cooked beef stew and smoked pulled pork wraps, at the Bord Bia Irish food market on Trafalgar Square this Sunday (19th) as part of the Mayor of London’s St Patrick’s Day Festival celebrations. This follows the success of the same event last year.
Relihan is one of Jamie Oliver’s original ‘Fifteen’ chefs, who will be joined on the day by The Pie Cart, Salt Beef Bros, Butchies, Eat The Farm, Café Bueno and Mr Crumb, who will all be showcasing great produce from Ireland.
Beer will be provided by the Carlow Brewing Company (O’Hara’s) to keep the estimated crowd of 70,000+ refreshed, while they enjoy the food.
The full list of food vendors is as follows:
John Relihan’s Irish Beef Bar: slow-cooked Irish beef stew and smoked Irish pulled pork wraps BBQ sauce and slaw
The Pie Cart: Irish slow-cooked beef and Guinness pies, Irish lamb and potato shepherd’s pies, Irish black pudding scotch eggs and Irish classic pork Scotch eggs
Salt Beef Bros: Irish brisket, which is salt-cured and then slow-cooked until tender and served in a sandwich with pickle and mustard or Ballymaloe relish
Butchies: London’s ultimate Irish fried chicken sandwich, made with free-range Irish chicken marinated in Avonmore Irish Buttermilk, served in soft Kerrygold Irish butter toasted buns
Eat The Farm: American style burgers, dry aged Irish beef, unpasteurised artisan cheeses, handmade brioche buns and homemade sauces. Classic Irish ingredients include Ballymaloe relish, Guinness, Teeling Single Grain Whiskey and Cashel Blue Cheese
Café Bueno: Barry’s Tea, Bewleys coffee, Irish coffee (non-alcoholic, with Irish cream), Erin Irish potato and vegetable soups, soda bread, green popcorn
Mr. Crumb: Hot Irish baguettes, succulent sage and onion stuffing made with Irish butter, onion, herbs, spices and breadcrumbs, slow-roasted Irish turkey (in partnership with Flynn’s of Hammersmith)
The food and drink will be available from 12 noon until 6pm this Sunday.
For more information go to www.london.gov.uk