Asian Food Festival by UCL Malaysian SocietyAdvertisement Advertisement
The Asian Food Festival will be celebrating East Asian cuisines tomorrow at the University College London on Gower Street in Bloomsbury.
Organised by the Malaysian Society, the event will bring together restaurants at the UCL Main Quad to share the rich and authentic flavours originating from that region.
With doors opening at 11am, the Society has told FtLion: “The food from stores certified Halal will definitely be Halal. We do have some stores coming in that aren’t selling certified Halal, so just be mindful of that.”
Restaurants already confirmed are China Town’s Rasa Sayang (read FtLion’s full review), a renowned Malaysian eatery that will be selling, among other things, freshly made Char Kuey Teow – a dish commonly found across the region.
Another well known restaurant booked is Makan Cafe, which has the distinction of being featured on Masterchef judge John Torode’s travel documentary John Torode’s Malaysian Adventure.
The festival will be open to the public with free admission, and the Malaysian Society says: “Please bring CASH with you!”
Asian Food Festival
Date: Wednesday, 6th March 2019
Time: 11am – 5pm
Location: UCL Main Quad