Jamie Oliver’s Big Feastival commences this weekend in the Cotswolds with tantalising delights that will be able to please the fussiest of foodies.
Of course aside from being a fan of his numerous recipe books, cookery shows and campaigns for better school dinners, we’re delighted that we’re able to place Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts pop-up restaurant to our list of Canopy UK’s Clients.
As summer is always a hive of festival activity our collapsible Canopies become increasingly popular to enable restaurateurs the opportunity to provide delicious food at any location without the worry of cooking fumes distracting customers from enjoying the great tastes.
Aside from the beer tent, the food tents are a communal area where everyone can ‘break bread’ and enjoy the atmosphere over some good food and good music.
Pop-up restaurants aren’t just a festival friendly way to bring food to the masses, this trend has been growing across the nation, as those who can’t afford the luxury of a standalone restaurant can instead move around with the crowds to provide a variety of food at any location.
With roots that began in the trendy London hub of Shoreditch, pop-up restaurants have become the go-to place for food savvy diners who want to experience authentic food on the go, without having to sit through the formalities of the traditional restaurant culture.
Thanks to the advancements in the manufacturing of canopies and catering equipment, this is now a trend that has seen strong investment, as even big brands such as Jamie Oliver are now investing in portable kitchen equipment to offer their food at some of the most prestigious events across the country.
Whether in a marquee or in a bespoke shell scheme, our stainless steel portable canopies can be assembled in a matter of minutes without being attached to a wall, and can provide the same high quality ventilation system.
For food professionals and restauranteurs alike this has opened up an entire new market for them to offer their services and bring the consumers entire menus of food that was never thought possible.
The days of limited food options, and dreading the long queues at the burger van, is now a thing of the past, as with these new innovations you can enjoy an ‘al fresco’ meal that could rival a Michelin star restaurant all whilst sat in the comfort of the great outdoors.