At the end a rainy week, we were looking forward to the forecasted brighter weekend weather and visiting the Feast in the Moat at the Tower of London – one of our favourite, iconic landmarks in London.
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A few bits that would have made it a more enjoyable experience at Feast in the Moat, after we enjoyed watching Chef Tom Kerridge in action in the Chef’s Theatre, would have been better signposting to the food festival from public transport locations. It had been raining previously so the ground was very soggy, some walkways to lift people out of the mud would have been very useful. However, generally, we enjoyed our foodie explorations on this sunny Saturday afternoon.
There was a huge selection of producers around, and as we trudged around in the squelchy moat, we found our favourites: coffee from Chapter Coffee; gluten-free macaroons and salted caramel brownies from Proper Patisserie; diary treats from Arla; and awesome flavoured marshmallows from Happy Mallows including salted caramel, cinnamon churros and cocky coffee which was like an espresso hit followed by a sugar high!
Thank you to the Four Comms team for organising our Press pass tickets with the River Street Events team.