Eating at the Fair
We’re thrilled to be hosting a collection of fine eateries and purveyors of general foodie goodness at the fair this year. They’ll help keep bellies full throughout the day. So whether you need a coffee and a croissant, a spot of lunch, an afternoon cuppa and cake or even a quick supper, we promise you will be well looked after.
Having originally launched at Soho House in Berlin and London Fashion Week, The Store is now expanding with the opening of this creative space and complex of 10 studios, which house a mix of creative companies including The Store Kitchen and Bakery, Dazed Media, The Vinyl Factory, The Spaces and FACT magazine, all of whom will share the broadcast studios. The Store Studios are the new home of London Fashion Week and recently showcased The Infinite Mix, the critically acclaimed exhibition by the Hayward Gallery in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory.
The Store is the new home of London Fashion Week and recently showcased The Infinite Mix, the critically acclaimed exhibition by the Hayward Gallery in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory.
“The future of all space is both the physical experience of being in that space and broadcasting that experience to the world”, says Alex Eagle, Creative Director of The Store.
Their in-house café is on the first floor (check out their stunning view of the Thames).
Rawduck is a casual all day dining restaurant by London Fields, Hackney open everyday for breakfast, lunch & dinner, weekend brunch and Sunday roasts. Our menu at Rawduck draws inspiration from many parts of the world, but the focus is always on simple seasonal cooking and robust flavours. Like at our soho restaurant Ducksoup, our menu is constantly evolving and is a celebration of seasonality, flavours and ingredients that we’re in the mood to eat – always cooked simply.
Ferments, pickles and drinking vinegars are an important part of our menu, and we make all our own pickles, ferments, jams and drinks in-house. Our day and evening menu both begin with either a selection of drinking vinegars or ferments which help set you up for the day ahead.
We apply the same careful sourcing to our wine list and work with a small number of suppliers who source interesting natural and biodynamic wines from producers whose wine making practices are carried out with love and care, and whose wines taste of the terroir that they were grown in. We change our wines regularly because we always want to bring you something new and interesting to enjoy, along with our food. We are open from 10am to 1030pm, Tuesday To Saturday, 10am to 930pm on Sundays & 6pm to 1030pm Mondays.
A couple of examples of delicious salads that Rawduck will be dishing up at the fair:
*Roasted trompetta courgettes, peas, broad beans, tahini yoghurt & dill
*Chickpeas, blistered tomatoes, cumin mint & olive oil
The Marksman is a public house and dining room in the east end of London. Located on the corner of Horatio Street and Hackney Road, it’s less than a ten minute walk from Hoxton station or a short bus or cab ride from Shoreditch, Old Street and Liverpool Street stations..
Bar-restaurant-cum-music venue on the Kingsland Road in Dalston, London, serving delicious Japanese fayre, cocktails and natural wine. They are home to one of London’s only audiophile soundsystems. They will be bringing their signature sushi to RAW WINE this year.
Provisions are a wine and cheese shop that opened on Holloway Road in November 2015. We import our cheese from farmhouses across France, Italy and Switzerland. We currently stock around 80 different raw-milk cheeses. Our wines follow a similar philosophy – most of the work is done by hand, with many of the growers following organic and biodynamic practices to tend indigenous varieties in lesser-known parts of France and Italy. We have a growing selection of craft beer, handmade breads and jams. We also serve wines by the glass and cheese by the plate in the evening.
Maldon Oysters are based in the Blackwater Estuary in Essex. The estuary has an ancient tradition as an oyster fishery, which can be traced back to roman times.
The estuary is home to natural oyster beds of wild portuguese oysters, kumomotos and flat native oysters. And we implement strict procedures to ensure that all oysters can follow their natural cycles for a minimum of four years before being caught, dredged or handpicked at low tides.
Besides oysters, the estuary also offers authentic wild palourdes, clams and wild fish, which we smoke in our facilities with organic beech and oak.
Maldon Oysters has a long, sustainable tradition and respect for traditional oyster fishery which is well recognized among chefs from all over Europe.