Fitness and fuel go hand in hand, so if you’re coming to the Hackney Festival of Fitness for the food we’ve got your covered! Check out the list of food and beverage vendors confirmed for this weekend…
Antonio’s Pizza: Bringing you the authentic taste of Neapolitan sourdough pizza baked in an original Ape car Piaggio from 1988.
Arancini Brothers: London’s favourite Australian-Italian street food concept are here to serve you their innovative, fun and, most importantly, ridiculously delicious risotto balls. Usually found serving from their 1976 Leyland Sherpa food truck, the legendary Big and Little Daves hand roll their own take on the Sicilian risotto ball before placing them into Vegetarian or Vegan wraps, salads or stews and now make them into patties for absolutely epic burgers.
Bean & Gone Coffee: Using delicious award-winning Monmouth Coffee beans, these guys know how to make an excellent cup of liquid lightning to perk you up. They are also incredibly conscious about the environment and make it their philosophy to only work with ethically sourced suppliers. Even their packaging is compostable!
Cabbi Coffee: Serving fine Lavazza coffee from a sleek and sophisticated 1996 Fairway Black Cab. If there is a cooler London coffee caterer we haven’t seen it!
Gamekeeper: Cooking up the meanest and leanest burgers on the scene since 2014. They firmly believe that to make a great burger you must have great ingredients and that is why all their ingredients are exclusively sourced locally and only to the very highest quality. We recommend the Venison burger!
Greenbox Food Co: Childhood friends with inspiration from granny creating delicious, wholesome vegetarian and vegan burgers. Using high-quality brioche and vegan buns, seasonal plant and seed based salads, all wrapped in environmentally friendly packaging.
Hackney Gelato: One of London’s premium gelato and sorbet suppliers, Hackney Gelato supplies artisan ice cream to the best restaurants, shops and delis, and now the Hackney Festival of Fitness.
Ice Cream Cab: A traditional London Cab has been transformed into an eco-friendly worlds first, ice cream cab, serving only the finest hand scooped traditional ice cream with an incredible choice of flavours.
Kokodoo: KoKoDoo bring innovative, premium Korean and Japanese BBQ fusion to the streets of London. Their menu ranges from Bibimbap, which consists of sautéed and seasoned vegetables topped with a specially made chilli sauce and choice of BBQ meats such as Bulgogi & Spicy Pork, to their own authentic Korean Fried Chicken.
Kurbside Kitchen: A wonderful food truck specialising in German frankfurters with gourmet toppings, low and slow cooked meats, Cajun and sweet potato fries and super-food salads.
Jackalope’s All American: Authentic and utterly delicious American Mac n’ Cheese street food company serving up a home-recipe Mac n’ Cheese with a host of mouthwatering BBQ toppings. These include perfect 14-hour pulled pork, banging buffalo chicken and very, very tasty vegetarian Jackfruit – they can even do vegan!
Le Swine: Bacon butties that are completely homemade. From the signature milk and onion bap, to the incredible bacon butter and mushroom ketchup, or tomato and horseradish sauce! As for the ol’ fashioned middle bacon, it comes from the happiest and healthiest fat piggies the country has to offer and don’t forget to add a runny as you like fried duck egg.
Libation Station: Delicious cocktails! Their mission is to create utterly delicious drinks from either locally produced ingredients or local independent artisanal suppliers.
Muffin Man: Homemade English filled Muffins. Everything is made from scratch, from the bacon jam to the hash browns. They have sourced the very best ingredients to make their muffins and work with local butchers and farms.
Michelob ULTRA Lounge: The perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy
a surprisingly low-calorie Michelob UTLRA. Or, if you’re feeling competitive, take part in the cycle and batak challenge. Challengers will be invited to enjoy a complementary Michelob ULTRA with their new challenger friends.
Nanny Bill’s: Firm London street food favourites, Nanny Bill’s have been serving their mouthwatering croquettes and burgers since 2015. Their signature Mac ‘n’ Cheese and Pea croquettes cause quite a stir, along with their hand-pressed cheeseburger topped with bacon jam and buttermilk friend chicken burger.
NUFF: Junk food made good. Making healthy eating as enjoyable and indulgent as possible. Truly tasty donuts, cookies, and milkshakes that are high in protein and healthy fats, while low in carbs and refined sugar free.
Poptata: London’s best-ever-snack-time-favourite-STREET FRIES! Poptata only use the finest spuds which are sourced from British farmers. They’re the perfect combination of not too waxy and not too floury. Once the best potatoes are selected, they’re peeled and cut them by hand before being fried twice twice at different temperatures. Double frying gives them that crunchy exterior and fluffy, well-flavoured interior.
Routes Coffee: A combined deep, deep love of coffee with a passion for travel and discovery, has led to the establishment of one of London’s finest mobile coffee bars. Having driven across the world in their beautiful 1989 Bedford Rascal, these guys have learnt the tricks of the trade from coffee bean farmers, distributors, roasters and baristas across the whole planet!
Sangucheria: Eat the rainbow with Sangucheria’s refreshingly unique street food menu. From their brightly coloured salsa criolla to their cooked-to-perfection bavette steak, every element of their dishes is created with dedication and will have you wanting to hop on a plane straight to Peru for a little more of the action.
Seriously Coffee: Their signature blend coffee which has been specially roasted just for them and produced using a traditional retro lever two group espresso machine which is a real centre piece.
Sweet Nothing Bakehouse: Here to help satisfy your sweet tooth serving indulgent and delicious hot, sweet buttermilk waffles that are made to offer. As well as locally hand roasted coffee, specialty teas, and cold pressed juices.
The 3 Little Pigs: A a charcoal BBQ running out of a 1977 converted VW, where they cook their delicious handmade pork, chicken and feta cheese vegetarian souvlakia. Absolutely everything they serve is handmade, even the pita bread!
Waffle On: Founded back in 2012 by the amazing Eddie Ruffett, these guys have been reminding us that waffles are the ultimate when it comes to comfort food. The waffles themselves are made from buttermilk, mixed by hand and covered in a combination of savoury and sweet toppings.