I know it’s rather late to be posting about this pop up, seeing as there are only 3 days left of it, but I’m going to take you along with me anyway…
(there’s another foodie pop up hidden in the post too!)
The pop up begun on 10th July and was branded as ‘The Power Of Summer’ marking as the last event before the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station takes place.
SO WHAT HAPPENING?
It’s been an awesome pop up experience featuring an outdoor cinema screen and some of the best food from around london.
Street feast bought in the traders (a taster of one of their own events) and we saw food from Indian Tapas to Hotdogs, to Crab to pulled pork to London’s finest burgers.
We shared a variety of things.
We started with some Indian Tapas which looked rather different (as you can see from Dave’s concerned face above) but it was so pleasing.
Coconut breaded chicken pieces with a beetroot & coconut yoghurt dip.
Whenever coconut is involved in a dish, i find it super refreshing. The yoghurt dip was perfectly cooling to the crisp warm balls of chicken…
Street feast have a whole seperate event of their own going on at Dalston Yard every Fri / Sat (ENDS 27th SEPT).
Basically a massive food market with an array of amazing food from all over London.
So, if you are a big foodie like me, it looks like a CORKER and I personally will be trying to find an excuse to head down before it ends.
The Film (Wayne’s World) was about to start so we grabbed a few mid show snacks to take with us and headed into the cinema…
Que – my instagram post from last night…
This was the REAL STAR OF THE SHOW.
Pulled pork and hot linc bun from HotBoxLDN.
They are only stall traders at the moment, but late 2014 will see them opening up in Shoreditch and well – me and my boyfriend will be the first in the queue to get our hands on another one of these babies.
I have never done an outdoor cinema before, and i’m gutted i only just tried it now – as the summer ends!
Everyones snuggled up with food and drink and relaxing. We were lucky to get a clear sky in London and so the backdrop changed colour throughout the film until the sun set beautifully over Battersea.
Like i said – there are only 3 days left before this pop up ends and Battersea gets redeveloped. If you have an evening spare, or wanna grab some food with a friend then head down!
(You can just go for food and not the cinema!)