is set up in an old factory, creating an indoor street market with 10 food stalls and 4 bars. The atmosphere is lively, the people friendly and the whole set up is casual and colourful.
As for the food, we went to town. We tried something from 5 of the 10 stalls. The unanimous favourite was the pork ribs – so good. Especially since I rarely eat ribs but have been craving them (those who watch House of Cards will understand!). The gyoza was good, E loved them but the chilli sauce threw me off a bit – being a bit of a soy sauce & vinegar purist. The pork belly buns from Bao were delicious (Yum Buns weren’t available sadly, but I expect they are similar), and those extremely naughty fried pork belly croquettes (sneakily chosen by E, unsurprisingly)? Outrageous, but undeniably, sinfully good.
Dessert was one weird concoction – a Bacon & Maple Syrup Brownie. E wasn’t in love with it, but I thought it was just subtle enough to get away with the crazy concept. The salty & sweet combo never gets old! I do believe that bacon & maple syrup go best with pancakes and french toast though.
All washed down with a bucket of my favourite cocktail, Margarita.
Catch their 10 week run before 22nd March (open every Friday & Saturday), although surely they’ll have to come back again due to popular demand?