Whats On

Food and Drink Extravaganza!

The Essex Fine Food show features 100 food and drink producers from all over the South East and beyond who give the public the chance to taste and buy their produce.

Eating and Drinking

At our Food Court, you can indulge in some delicious glutteny as you work your way through a range of dishes from our Street Food specialists including hand made Chinese dumplings, coconut king prawns, Asian style spring rolls and juicy steaks! There will also be a line-up of naughty cocktails, Prosecco, Champagne, real ales, Pimms and much more......

Shopping

If you love hand made produce, don't forget a large shopping bag and a freezer bag or two! Shop from 100 stands, including the Taste of Anglia Producers village where you can work your way through a range of speciality food and drink stands selling fabulous chutneys and cheeses, liqueurs, spirits and bottled beers, and delicious award winning pies and pates. Discover your favourite foods and try something new!

Live Music

It's Essex! so there will be live music too, naturally

Sunday 13th May

Idreiss is an outstanding male vocalist who performs a versatile array of hits from the last 5 decades including Chart, Motown, Soul, Jazz and Swing. He performs at some of the UK's most exclusive venues and hotels including Kensington Roof Gardens, The Dorchester, Calridges and The Langham Hotel

Saturday 12th May

Tou Can Jam is brother and sister duo Adam and Lara. They perform Soul, disco and funk music and have been delighting audiences at the Essex Festival of Food and Drink for the past five years

A Showstopper Line up of Celebrity Chef Demonstrations

James Martin, Saturday 12th May

11am: 1pm: 3pm

John Torode, Sunday 13th May

11am: 1pm: 3pm

 

Local Chef Demonstrations - free to watch

Keep checking back to see who we have added to the line-up

Mick Binnington, Saturday 12th May

The Windmill, Chatham Green

Mick is the owner and head chef at the Windmill. He has spent his career working in some of the country's top Michelin starred restaurants including the Mandering Oriental in Knightsbrige and most recently working as head chef for Gordon Ramsey's The Narrow in Limehouse.

For Mick, the two most important things for him as a chef are to keep the food simple and use quality ingredients that speak for themselves, a motto he has taken with him for his first solo project

www.thewindmillchathamgreen.com

Adam Townsend, Sunday 13th May

The New London, Chelmsford

Adam is the head chef at the New London and has invested a wealth of time and emotion in perfecting his culinary skills. Citing Dan Barber, Grant Achatz and Massimo Bottura among his influences, Adam enjoys the creativity that comes with working in the kitchen and taking known flavour combinations and reinventing them into new dining experiences

www.thenewlondon.co.uk