Finzels Reach, June 2017
Friday 9 June, we made our debut at Finzels Reach Market, Bristol – invited as a guest trader amongst established Bristol favourites. Our menu of Malaysian nasi lemak and satay, and Thai moo wan with a mango kerabu salad sold out and it was great to see happy people chowing down on our grub. Hope to be back soon.
Manor Court Farm, April 2017
We had a lovely time popping up at the first Vintage, Craft, Food and Flea Market at Portishead’s stunning Court House Farm. The farm and grounds are beautiful – a medieval farmstead being lovingly restored by its new owners. The market was busy with curious locals wanting to take a look as the farm hadn’t been opened to the public for over ten years. The weather held out just long enough for the market to be a success with the heavens opening just 15 minutes after closing!
We had many great comments about our food and loved chatting to all the visitors and other stallholders that day.
BAMSA and Wedding Tasting, April 2017
Recently, we cooked up some delicious desserts for a client’s wedding tasting and popped up at the Bath Malaysian, Singaporean and Bruneian Arts cultural night.
We had a busy Christmas pop-up at Printworks serving up some of our old favourites – nasi lemak, curry puffs and Nyonya kuih, as well as some new delights like Siam laksa, Asian spiced mince pies. It was lovely to see guests old and new. We helped our partners, Wild Serai, at their packed Christmas supperclub and hosted a Christmas dinner for a local business, serving up some special Christmas themed dishes – turkey rendang and Brussels sprouts sayur lodeh; as well as old favourites – Wild Serai’s signature chilli crab, butter prawns and Nyonya kerabu salad. The food and company went down a treat, washed down with teh tarik and spiced mulled wine.
A fun, busy pop-up with Wild Serai and Aunty Mary as resident chefs at the hip wine bar, Unwined in Tooting. We served up Hainanese chicken rice, satay, our signature belly pork, cendol, ikan bakar and other treats to hungry hordes all month. Then we lay down for a long time with our feet in ice buckets…
We had a busy, fun weekend serving up cendol, ais kacang, onde onde, teh tarik, kopi, air bandung and keropok udang with our friends from Wild Serai. They dished up delicious satay, Sarawak laksa, nasi lemak and nasi campur to the hungry hordes who exclaimed how it felt just like sitting in a kopi tiam back home in Malaysia. Mission accomplished!
5 Foot Way’s South East Asian Pop-up Street Food Market on 5 October 2013
Video of our first market (and the first SE Asian street food market in the UK) – fabulous street stalls from Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines. A day full of food and drink, families, couples, friends, colleagues, new faces and dogs having a great time.