Welcome to Lalaland.
This whole operation comes to us from the Soho Restaurant Group who (being responsible for venues like Beach Blanket Babylon) can happily ensure no shortage of excess. You’ll wander in through a tropical-looking, neon-lit, 20ft-high pale wood entrance that gives way to a lush, 25,000 square foot courtyard filled with food stalls, bars, lounges, fire pits and a whole ton of greenery. Oh, and that waterfall.
There are currently eleven street food brands enlisted to ply their mouthwatering wares, including Fireyard BBQ cooking meat & veggies in a custom-built Texas smoker; GuaBao slinging soft, pillowy bao buns; Little Pasta Co who, perhaps ironically, cook a large amount fresh pasta; The Duck Shed satisfying all of your slow-roasted, brioche bunned duck needs; and Saga Boy serving up “undiscovered” rural Trinidadian dishes created by the chef behind Limin’ Beach Club.
Beyond all of that you’re also highly likely to stumble across four separate bars (for all of your cocktail & mocktail needs) and resident DJs, plus there are already a host of live music events being teed up for the summer…
…which’ll make it even easier to enjoy another day of sun*.
ALSO NOTE: Lalaland is open now, daily from noon. You can find out more at their website right HERE.
*Sorry (Not Sorry)
Lalaland | 19 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3EJ
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