Asian Street Food Festival


Asian Food Street
Friday 29 July, 4pm - 10pm
The Hay Barn

Opening Happy Hour Drinks

Friday, 29 July
3pm - 7pm
2 for 1 Drinks

Opening Happy Hour at the Asian Food Street.
£5 (redeemable against food purchases).

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DRINKS HAPPY HOUR - 3pm - 7pm

£57
Asian Food Street
Asian Food Street

Asian Food Street
Saturday & Sunday, 30 & 31 July, 11am - 11pm
The Hay Barn
£10 (redeemable against food purchases)

Vendors from Southeast Asia dish up famous street foods from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia. Enjoy sumptuous food made with family recipes in an authentic atmosphere of an Asian food street. Must-tries are the Singapore Satay Club-style grilled meats and veggies on sticks and the hearty Vietnamese sandwiches.

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Bann Mi Sandwich
Vietnam

Bann Mi Sandwiches

Satay
Singapore

Satay Club-style

Fried Noodles
Thailand

Fried Noodles

Spiced Tea
Malasia

Spiced Tea Tarik

ENJOY AUTHENTIC STREET FOOD FROM THE TOP CULINARY DESTINATIONS IN ASIA

ASIAN STREET FOOD FESTIVAL

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Satay
Fried Noodles
Asian Food Street
Asian Food Group
Asian Food Street
Asian Food Street
Asian Food Street
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The Emperor's Dim Sum Lunch


Sunday, 31 July, 12pm - 3pm
The Lakeside Pavilion
£17.50 per person

Nothing satisfies more than dim sum on a Sunday. Especially when the setting is under a pavilion, by a lake, reminiscent of an emperor’s feast at the Summer Palace. Add to it with calming tea, bottles of bubbles, or a spritzy cocktail from the bar. Indulge in individual platters of Cantonese dim sum, Sichuan cold starters, classic roast meats and a fusion noodle salad while watching traditional entertainment befitting royalty.

Be spellbound by the lightning-quick “face changing” (bian lian) performance by Dr Shuai Zhao, a renowned practitioner of this centuries-old art form which is a highlight of Sichuan opera. He will be accompanied by the UK-based DANS Chinese Dance and Performing Arts troupe, helmed by founder and choreographer Mrs Dan Du, who trained at the Beijing Dance Academy from the age of four. DANS has been invited to perform at Kensington Palace, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Nottingham Royal Concert Hall as well as other prestigious events.

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Dim Sum Menu
Chinese dance
Dance

bian lian

Sichuan Cold Starters
Dim Sum

Sichuan Cold Starters

Dim Sum
Dim Sum

Cantonese Dim Sum

Dim Sum
Dim Sum

Dim Sum


Taste of Asia Set Lunch & Dinner


Saturday, 30 July & Sunday, 31 July, 12pm - 2pm; 6pm - 8pm | The Hay Barn | Lunch: £15 per person Dinner: £20 per person – (minimum of 6 persons per table)

Feel like a guest invited to taste the best of Asian home cooking. Sample the flavours unique to Southeast Asia, the confluence of Asian and global deliciousness.

Specially created set lunches and dinners for six persons (£90 and £120 respectively per table of six persons,) have been created by Malaysian chefs from Bernard Fiza Food (BFF) and Cru Events. For the inaugural ANRÁN Fest in 2021, BFF created Mussel-Pineapple Curry using produce from Offshore Shellfish, UK’s first large scale rope cultured mussel farm in Lyme Bay, Devon.

Originally from Malaysia and from very mixed cultural backgrounds, Bernard Surinder Chauly and Fiza Yusof Trump worked in the Asian film industry before love brought both of them to Britain. Fiza lives in Richmond, is currently taking life-drawing classes, and her husband Robin is the director of recent TV shows, Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars and The Great Cookbook Challenge with Jamie Oliver. Bernard was in the first post-lockdown cohort to graduate from Ashburton Chefs Academy, and lives in Norfolk with his husband and their cat, Phoebe.

Since coming together as BFF, Bernard & Fiza have offered feasts to private dining guests in Richmond, Suffolk and Norfolk. Their homely feasts reflect their transcultural influences and the fact that they grew up in places with arguably the best street food in the world – Bernard is from Ipoh and Fiza is from Penang.

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Set Lunch (Saturday, 30 July): Taste Of Nyonya Straits Chinese

Food unique to the former ‘Straits States’, namely Penang, Malacca and Singapore. The flavours of this unique culture have evolved over centuries of Chinese migration to the region, integrated with local cooking techniques and influences of Malay and Indian cultures.

Nyonya Straits Chinese Menu
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Chicken Curry Kapitan
Fiza's Mussel Assam Pedas

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Set Dinner (Saturday, 30 July): Taste of Indo-China

Experience a taste of Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar with some amazing flavours and aromatics.

Indo-China Menu
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Mussel-Pineapple Curry
Vietnamese Caramel Pork Stew

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Set Dinner (Sunday, 31 July): Taste of Nusantara

A celebration of the flavours of the Malay Archipelago. From Sumatra to Sulawesi, food has been about celebrating produce from land and sea, embracing tropical cooking techniques as well as incorporating spices like cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg – spices so rare at one point that nations went to war for control over the trade of these unique Southeast Asian ingredients.

Nusantara Menu
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Beef Smoor with Spice Island Flavours
Sayur Lodeh Vegetable Stew with Coconut Milk

Supper Club with Julian Lloyd Webber


Friday, 29 July, 9pm-10.45pm | The Glass House | £25 per person (includes all food and drinks)

A post-concert soirée with Julian Lloyd Webber, Jiaxin and Di Xiao. Mingle informally yet exclusively with music legends, while savoring an array of indulgent Asian supper delights, alongside artisanal nibbles. A celebration of all that’s best from ANRÁN’s own garden and the best of produce from the Southwest.

Prepared exclusively by Cru Events and BFF.

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Drinks
ANRÁN summer berry plantation style punch will be served upon arrival at the glasshouse and wines throughout the evening.

Food
Expect to savor some interesting combinations – and an array of deliciousness – featuring elevated southeast Asian street food, localised luxuriantly.

Supper Club Menu
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Julian and Jiaxin Lloyd Webber
Spiced Tea Tarik

Nelly's Cake Shop and Kid's Diner

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Kid's Diner
Kid's Diner

Lots to Eat

Chocolate face
Delicious Ice Cream

Bring Wet Wipes!!!

Happy Kids
Snacks

Snacks Make You Smile

Cake
Cake

Nelly's Cake Shop


IN AID OF:

Profits from this year’s ANRAN Fest will benefit charities who help children and young people in need. This will include Cancer Research UK for Children & Young People and Children’s Hospice South West, which provide support for terminally ill children, Rowcroft Hospice which provides care and support for patients with life-limiting illnesses, as well as Veterans with Dogs, a war veterans charity that provides mental health support for service personnel who have returned from Afghanistan and Iraq.

Join us and contribute to these great causes. See you at the festival!


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