THE GREAT FEAST AT THE OLD SELFRIDGES HOTEL ARRIVES THIS CHRISTMAS WITH A MAGICAL FOOD & DRINK FESTIVAL EXPERIENCE

Created by Street Feast and The Tramshed Project Founder Dominic Cools-Lartigue, in partnership with Executive Chef Andrew Clarke, Rich Woods as Head of Drinks and Selfridges, The Great Feast at The Old Selfridges Hotel launcheswith a team of the UK’s best Michelin starred and award winning chefs including Tom Sellers, Andrew Wong, Jason Howard, Chantelle Nicholson, Ravinder Bhogal, Selin Kazim and AdeJoké Bakare.

The Great Feast at The Old Selfridges Hotel will kick off the capital’s festive season and promises to be one of London’s most spectacular destinations to visit this Christmas. A multi-sensory immersive festival, The Great Feast will host four imaginative experiences for guests, transporting them to a wonderful joyous world of outstanding food, drinks and music.

From Thursday 11th November to Saturday 18th December, The Great Feast will open at London’s most exclusive destination – The Old Selfridges Hotel – a venue rarely used for public events. With an incredible line up of the UK’s most talented chefs, restaurateurs and artists, The Great Feast will transform the iconic space and ensure Londoners see out 2021 with a bang. 

THE COUNTER OF JOY

With menus curated by seven diverse and renowned chefs especially for The Great Feast, The Counter of Joy’s 50m long kitchen & bar counter will serve an eclectic mix of savoury small plates from the best chefs in the country.

Chefs include: Tom Sellers of Restaurant Story, Andrew Wong of A.Wong, ex-Connaught and Masterchef Professionals quarter-finalist Jason Howard, Chantelle Nicholson chef Owner of All’s Well and formerly chef-Patron of Treadwells, Jikoni London’s Ravinder Bhogal, finalist of the BBC Two series Great British Menu and owner of Oklava Selin Kiazim and award-winning AdeJoké Bakare from Brixton’s Chishuru.

WONKY DREAMS

Complementing the line-up of incredible acclaimed chefs and adding to the magic, award-winning and globally famous bartender Rich Woods (also known as The Cocktail Guy) will curate an eccentric collection of cocktails exclusively for The Great Feast. His imaginative drinks will be served alongside a showstopping menu of sweet winter treats by Chin Chin Labs, from Christmas tree baked Alaska to a bespoke Christmas cracker with an edible surprise. A unique liquid nitrogen ice cream parlour, Chin Chin Labs will create indulgent, Wonka inspired ice cream and treats.

JOYRIDE

Joyride offers guests a 45 minute immersive experience where they will receive wireless headphones to explore the tastes, touch and smells of a luxury bento-box, designed exclusively for The Great Feast. In partnership with food artist and anthropologist Caroline Hobkinson, Joyride will explore how the senses interact to elicit joy and pleasure. Guests will enjoy a special menu by chef and restaurateur Andrew Clarke from Brunswick House and The Tramshed Project, with drinks that perfectly pair specially created by Rich Woods.

MAGIC GARDEN STAGE

The Magic Garden Stage will provide a live lounge, presenting live music from some of London’s brightest musical talents. Artists include Joel Culpepper, Yazmin Lacey and Etta Bond. Each week the Magic Garden Stage will be hosted by a different headline act, with support bands and DJs.

The Great Feast at Old Selfridges Hotel will run from Thursday 11th November to Saturday 18th December and will support Dominic Cools-Lartigue’s A Plate For London food charity, with each ticket sold contributing to feeding people in need this Christmas.

Opening times:

6pm to midnight every Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Select days will offer lunchtime tables from 12pm to 3pm, and select Wednesdays will offer 12pm to 3pm, and 6pm to midnight

Ticket prices from £20

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Links

Website – Greatfeast.com

About Dominic Cools-Lartigue

Dominic Cools-Lartigue is the founder of Street Feast, London’s pioneering night market. His renovation of disused buildings around London into vibrant dining spaces has helped revolutionise how we eat out in the capital. From Dalton Yard to Dinerama, and Model Market to Hawker House, his venues helped lay the foundations for today’s trend of food halls and night-markets sweeping the country.

When the first Covid-19 lockdown was imposed in London in March 2020 Dominic turned his attention to helping feed Londoners in need. To date his new organisation, A Plate For London, has fed over 35,000 people across the city. That summer he also launched The Great Feast of London, a digital food and music festival with performances from Groove Armada and Goldie, and meal kits delivered nationwide from Nuno Mendes and Ollie Dabbous.

In autumn 2020 Dominic launched the Tramshed Project, a year long pop-up coworking, dining and culture space in Shoreditch, with acclaimed food from Andrew Clarke. 

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