Mo Juicy

Mo Juicy will help you shake off that hangover, give you a healthy boost or just quench your thirst with their amazing freshly squeezed juices. Using fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices, locally sourced when possible, Mo Juicy make their juices on the stall to ensure they contain live enzymes and vitamins and minerals are at their prime, because owner Miranda (who attended university and lived in Ealing) believes it’s all about live food.  

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Coopers Beans & Leaves

Uxbridge based Coopers are a quirky little coffee van with a big professional attitude. They brew ethically sourced, freshly roasted, espresso based coffees, Organic Fair trade Clipper Teas, hot chocolate and more. They will also be serving up delicious home made cakes & chocolate goodies – a first for Food Truck Friday and the perfect treat any time of the day. 

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Jollof Mama

Jollof Mama serve Modern Nigerian street food with a twist, including Jollof rice which gives them their name, as well as Suya which is bbq beef or chicken marinated in a peanut spice rub. They’ve also created Suya wraps and burritos which combine BBQ with plantain, lettuce and tomato or jollof rice and Nigerian brown beans.

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Roti Riot

Roti Riot make Indian stuffed parathas, alongside homemade pickles and yoghurts. All recipes have been handed down through owner Jots Malhotra’s family and everything is homemade. She’ll be serving authentic mooli and a keema parathas and a weekly special alongside a variety of homemade pickles. Jots uses authentic Indian spices and cooks with ghee, and aims to showcase a wider range of Indian recipes which you wouldn't necessarily find at the local Indian restaurant. 

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Linnets Kitchen

Linnets Kitchen owner Jane Berridge believes in well-sourced, seasonal British food – think Yorkshire pudding with slow-cooked ox cheeks or free range chicken, and sides like creamed leeks, carrot puree and pickled cabbage.. She's always loved food and last year decided to take the plunge, working with some of the top traders at London street food market and festivals. She now trades as Linnets Kitchen, using best quality meats and seasonal veg from small green grocers to create traditional comfort food in a street food setting. 

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Daise's Kitchen

Daise makes traditional recipes from Brasil and Portugal, serving pies, pastries, cakes, drinks and ingredients from both countries. She’s Brazilian with a passion for cooking, and listening to Brazilian music and dancing whilst doing so. She uses first-class ingredients, some of which she imports from Brasil and Portugal for authentic flavours. 

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Lasagne for Life!

Lasagne for Life is chef Tobe’s first concept as his own business venture. Featuring gourmet lasagne and risottos, focusing on vegatarian but also offering non-veg options, the idea behind Fooodlife is promoting healthy living with food packed full of flavour. 
Stop by to enjoy braised oxtail and short rib lasagne, mushroom, wild garlic and mascapone lasagne, or risotto piselli with mint pesto. 

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Aroma Organic

Aroma Organic are a Kew based deli shop and catering business bringing their vast selection of artisanal savoury pies and tarts to Ealing. They use hand-raised meat, organic and local produce when possible, and offer a large selection of vegetarian options like truffled mushroom & leek or balsamic beetroot and mozzarella tarts. 

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SOOD Food

SOOD Food is a new food importer owned by Ealing resident Dario. SOOD will be bringing Mediterranean food from small farms, initially from Puglia, Italy. You’ll find extra virgin olive oil, olives, preserved vegetable antipasti, baked snacks and organic almonds, all of which Dario has personally chosen for their superior quality and authenticity. Dario is being supported in his new business venture by Eat Me Drink Me’s Keep It Local scheme, sponsored by Ealing Council.

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Bliss Brownies

Richmond based Jill Anderson has been selling her decadent wheat and gluten free chocolate Bliss Brownies to loyal customers in South West & West London local markets and cafes for 5 years. Although her recipe remains a family secret she will reveal that it is most probably the extremely generous amount of 60% cocoa solid Belgian chocolate included, combined with honey, delicious free range market farm eggs, butter and rice flour that produce the moist creamy consistency that is so often lacking in wheat and gluten free cakes. 

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