Falafel Festival: First Time Ever In London
This spring, the country’s first festival of its kind is about to rock the London.
A food writer Daniel Young, brought London Pizza Festival before and now initiating Falafel Festival at Borough Market on Sunday, May 1.
It will host four renowned falafel makers from the Greater London and beyond compete to be marked best among the chunk.
All the way from Cairo is Mustafa Elrefaey of Zööba, who will be preparing charred Aubergine falafel of fava beans.
Hadi Hazim of Beirut pop-up Fusion Cult will head in, to cook-up his special black-eye-bean falafel.
To represent homegrown efforts, Uri Dinay of City falafel and Rasheed Muhammad of Hoxton Beach, both will present their delicacies on the occasion.
Tickets to the fest cost £20 (free for under 12) are made available from April 6, which will get you four samples of world’s finest falafels, allowing visitors to vote their favourite.
The stalls selling soft drinks, cocktails, and ice cream will be there to multiply the taste of delights. Also, Rachel Green all over the day will be cooking with pulses to demonstrate her cookery.
Notably, the event is taking place in the year 2016 which is being declared by the United Nations as the International Year of Pulses (IYP).
The festival will kick start on Sunday afternoon between 1pm and 5pm at Borough Market in London.
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