This year we’ll have an even greater selection of meat, fish, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. We will also have the option of sandwiches and salads ‘to go’.
Should you prefer to bring your own refreshments there will be a dedicated picnic area onsite. Note that no alcohol or glass containers are permitted and there are no onsite storage facilities.
In addition, Kenwood House’s own Brew House Café will be open early for tea, coffee, light bites and cakes, from 09:00. Relax with a drink before the Festival opens at 10:00. The café is located opposite the Festival entrance.
Complimentary drinking water will be available onsite; we suggest you bring your own refillable water bottle or utilise the paper cups provided. Bottled water will be available to purchase should you wish.
Flame grilled bavette steak served with crunchy hand cut fries.
Seafood extravagance on a paper plate.
Bourne & Hollingsworth specialise in creating mouth-watering, trend-setting cocktails, wines and champagne, and deliver them in beautifully designed surroundings.
They combine a passion for fine, honest food with a desire to create a lasting difference in food insecure communities around the world, from Malawi to London. Via a one for one model, for every pizza they sell, they provide a meal to someone in need.
Honey & Co is run by Israeli duo Sarit and Itamar, who make homely Middle Eastern cuisine like taramasalata, flavoursome falafel, roasted aubergine and sumptuous meat dishes, like their legendary lamb meatballs. Once you try their food, there’s no doubt as to why their charming Fitzrovia cafe is so popular.
Specialty wraps, salads and sandwiches, British sausages, egg and bacon butties and 'dirty' spuds from Hopcrafts Farm. Est. 1890.
Contemporary Iraqi cuisine.
Tantalising gelato from Tuscan organic farms via Turin. Sorbets from Bologna via Notting Hill. London's favourite gourmet ice lollies.
Serving fine craft ales, prosecco and cider on tap, and fresh fruit and vegetable smoothies, from a converted teardrop trailer caravan.
Gloriously silky, tangy, gooey mac ‘n’ cheese with toppings including roast chicken with fried chorizo, crispy bacon with pesto, black pudding with chives, sun-dried tomato with mozzarella, or garlic and thyme mushrooms.
Mouthwateringly good Thai street food.
Fresh pasta made in our East London kitchen using free-range eggs and stone-ground organic English semolina.
Burgers and rosemary skin-on fries. The team painstakingly search for the very best ingredients, whether it’s their free-range meat supplier or their homemade sauces.
Delivering fresh, exciting, delicious and healthy Japanese street food, specialising in gyoza dumpling boxes.
Tea and single origin coffee from some of the finest coffee growing plantations around the world. A selection of cakes and baked delicacies.
After deciding that bringing their seaside flavours to Camden Town wasn’t quite enough, they realised that their delicious seafood dishes needed to hit the road; don't miss their amazing fish & chips.
Modern take on classic Ghanaian flavours.
Wines and champagnes by the glass hand selected by Jeroboams, London’s local wine merchant.