SWG3 got back into Street Food Cartel mode again recently, this time welcoming something a bit different, a Scotch Lamb Street Food Festival – so all the vendors supplied a lamb dish each with influences from Thailand Morroco, Mexico and Italy. We love lamb so headed along…
First up, located partially inside and outside of the warehouse was So La Ti Dough who had a lamb shoulder slow roasted in a wood fired oven with vine tomatoes, rosemary and garlic with a slab of focaccia. Simply but oh so delicious, and it may not look it from the photo but the portion was huge!
Scoop, in their shiny aluminium wagon, provided a braised neck fillet with ras el hanout, pomegranate & sultana cous cous, which was really sweet and fruity. I’m not used to eating neck so the texture of the meat was a bit odd to me, and again it was a large portion so I had to leave some.
Pad BKK provided a lamb massaman curry with jasmine rice, Thai prawn crackers, crispy shallots, peanuts & herbs. A really tasty curry with all the fresh flavours that make Thai food great.
Regretably I never got to try the tacos from Antojito Cantina as my belly was full! 🙁
Aside from the food there were also coconut & Oreo and fruit smoothies which were amazing!
We were also treated to 3 cookery demonstrations from Jacqueline O’Donnell who provided samples of her cooking (if you had room in your stomach!)
And that’s not all…you could also try your hand at butchery! But there was a bit too much hacking and sawing for my liking, I’ll stick to buying it from the butchers!
Wham Bam Thank You Lamb: website
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