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Northbank SF Wimbledon Week 30-6-2016

Thursday 30.06.2016 11:00

Venue : Victoria Embankment Gardens

Description

First Thursday at Wimbledon.. enjoy it with a drink from our bar from from Box Seventy Seven
with food from:  Bite Mi, Food Baby, Holycow Burgers, Moc Kitchen, Nazari, Oppo, The Fantastic Food Company, The Indians Next Door and Waffle On

11:00 – 19:30 Wimbledon Screening
11:00 – 19:30 Bar Serving
11:00 – 19:30 Northbank Information Marquee – (blanket loans)
11:00 - 19:30 food stalls serving
12:30 – 14:00 Wisconsin Ambassadors on bandstand

Line Up:

Bite Mi

They are the only asian street food truck that sells Banh Mi Bao Bun and Tornado Chips as a combo.

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Box Seventy Seven

Pimms from a 1977 Citroen van - yes please!

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Food Baby!

Food Baby! is a hot dog van, but not your average hot dog van. We sell a range of hotdogs from spicy lamb to pork and cheese, and all are offered with a selection of Scandinavian toppings.

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Holy Cow Burgers

Free Range Rare Breed Longhorn Cow Beefburgers

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MOC Kitchen

MOC Kitchen is a Vietnamese casual dining and lunch swift takeaway just under The Arches off Villiers Street. All our chef members are Vietnamese.

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Nazarí

Nazari street food draws inspiration from Al-Andalus Moorish cuisine, incorporating the best of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food tradition. 

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Oppo

Oppo is a luxury dairy ice cream made with fresh milk, cold pressed virgin coconut oil and stevia leaf.

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The Fantastic Food Company

You don't need to be beside the sea to enjoy scampi and chips!

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The Indians Next Door

The Indians Next Door are basically the neighbours you always wished you had!

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Waffle On

Fresh waffles made right in front of you on hot and heavy cast iron machines.

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