Street Banquet 2015 in Wolverhampton
Street Banquet launches in Wolverhampton this Saturday 27th June at Wolverhampton Rugby Club in Castlecroft from 3pm-11pm. The organisers are ecstatic to be able to proceed with the event in this local, community led venue allowing them to support a local sporting and charitable organisation.
Street Banquet will take over a section of the playing fields to create its banquet village from converted shipping containers, bespoke bar structures, up-cycled furniture and unique food stalls. Families, friends and foodies will be able to enjoy a selection of the countries finest street food, with delights including: Slow roasted lamb shoulder with home smoked bacon, ratatouille and goats cheese; Juicy Cow-Boy burgers, sprinkled with bacon bits, smothered in American cheese, maple syrup and served between a fried donut; Thai bolognese, served with rice spaghetti, special herbs and garnish; Wok N’ Roll pad Thai; Bajan roast chicken – marinated for 48 hours in a traditional Barbados seasoning; French, hand cut, twice-cooked, crispy frites, topped with delicate fresh herbs and spices; Mini-pancakes dressed with organic chocolate sauce, blueberries and bananas. All this and more provided by Grande Viande, Cow Boys Burger, 63 Islands, Penang Laska, Fancy Fries, Pop Up Pancakes + more.
Street Banquet’s drinks partners will provide many options to wash these fantastic food selections down. Langleys Gin Experience, bring their lovingly hand crafted, timeless Old-English style gin, to form cocktails such as the Langley’s E11even, Gin Gin Rose, Elderflower Fizz, and of course the classic G&T with a twist. Birmingham’s modern boutique wine Merchant, Loki Wines, will be on hand to provide a selection of wines and expertise to match to the food on offer.
A highly distinctive range of beers, ales and stouts from South Staffordshire will be on offer courtesy of the local; Enville Ales brewery. Along with Fresh juices and delicious mocktails will be available throughout the day providing non alcoholic alternatives for children and adults alike.
For more info head to: www.streetbanquet.com