Hattie Lloyd 21/07/19

Chinese Food Festival

Chinese Food Festival 2019

The Chinese Food Festival is back for a fifth year this August.

And boy, is there a lot to celebrate.

Taking over Potters Fields park for the weekend, overlooking the river, there’ll be a glut of food stands from some of the best Asian restaurants and street food vendors in the city. So far, the line-up’s set to include:

  • Master Wei, the famously popular and long-awaited Bloomsbury noodle spot from chef Wei Guirong;
  • Taiwanese treats from Spitalfields Market vendors Wheelcake Island;
  • Numbingly spicy Szechuan noodles from rising residency stars, Liu Xiaomian;
  • Comfort food from the streets of Taiwan with Jiaba;
  • The widely acclaimed Mei Ume, restaurant at London’s Four Seasons Hotel;
  • Traditional dumplings crossed with Western fillings by Soho’s Ugly Dumplingand
  • Fruit and bubble tea stalls, plus baijiu and rice wine bars.
Chinese Food Festival

Liu Xiaomian

Besides all that, you’ll also find the Lee Kum Kee kitchen, where you can learn to make a couple of classic Chinese dishes; and the Han Culture centre, which will be hosting tea tastings, traditional Hanfu clothing hire, and music and dance performances throughout the day.


NOTE: The Chinese Food Festival took place from 30th August – 1st September 2019. 

Chinese Food Festival | Potters Fields Park, Tower Bridge Road, SE1 2AA

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Chinese Food Festival

Potters Fields Park, Tower Bridge Road, London Bridge, SE1 2AA