Eat Me Drink Me is Hiring

We are looking for bright, enthusiastic and dedicated personnel to help us with our food and craft markets. You'll need to manage the set up at the start of each event, look after stallholders, make sure everything is running smoothly throughout the day, run social media updates and help with basic event admin.

We are looking for one or more people for markets running every Thursday, plus two Saturdays and one Sunday per month.

Successful candidates will demonstrate good communication skills, ability to take responsibility for the market, and willingness to pitch in with whatever's needed while keeping a smile on their faces. If you love street food and craft/artisan markets, are a dab hand at social media, enjoy meeting people (& don’t mind being outdoors), then this is role for you. We'd love to hear from you.  Interested candidates should submit a CV to kim@eat-me-drink-me.co.uk

Ealing Bites: Spring line-up

Eat Me Drink Me has released the Spring line-up for their Ealing Bites talks at the W5 Food Market, and there’s something on offer for everyone: from hens to rum and from baking tips to get-fit tips.

We’re looking forward to the April 9 market, when our resident bread vendor Desi Baker Boy will be discussing ‘Baking Speciality Breads at Home’, whilst new to the W5 Food Market Rum Cask will enlighten us to some of the history of rum, including its background with the Navy, and the meaning of ‘Gunpowder Proof’. Rum Cask will also host the bar at the April market, delighting us with their collection of cocktails all featuring rum.

Desi Baker Boy

Desi Baker Boy

Rum Cask

Rum Cask

May will bring a bevy of speakers to the market, including Mo’Juicy owner Miranda Key discussing juicing and its health benefits, Tribeca Studios talking health and fitness, and Hen Corner’s Sara Ward, who will introduce us to her chickens and discuss urban smallholdings. The May bar will be hosted by London’s newest independent beer brand, Ealing native Long Arm Brewing Co., and we can’t wait to try one of their four unique brews, or maybe even a seasonal speciality!

The W5 Food Market brings speciality produce and gourmet street food to the centre of Ealing every second Sunday of the month. In addition to hard-to-find buys and unusual treats, the market offers food and fitness talks, tastings, live music, a pop up bar and free kids’ crafts.

Ealing Bites is a series of talks about food, nutrition, cooking and health taking place at Eat Me Drink Me’s W5 Food Market. Each month, a selection of our regular traders or visiting experts share their specialist knowledge, offering Ealing area shoppers an opportunity to learn about specialist foods and be inspired in their cooking.

Wonderland Collective PopUp review by Love West London

Wonderland Collective #PopUp Shop in #Acton #LoveWestLondon


I have been attending a few events by Eat Me Drink Me since the autumn: The Craft Market, the Christmas Food Market in Ealing Broadway Mall and there was also a lovely opportunity to meet  Santa and his reindeers at their Christmas Night event infront of the Town Hall which my children enjoyed.

I was therefore quite intrigued and looking forward to visiting their Wonderland Collective Pop Up when I heard about the opening via Facebook.

I first visited the shop two weeks into their 8 week slot. It’s located in the same spot as what used to be the W3 Gallery, next to The Dragonfly Brewery. I’d also read about them holding their first ‘Ealing Bites’ session that evening so I popped by!

To read the rest of the article please visit www.lovewestlondon.co.uk/2017/03/23/wonderland-collective-popup-shop-in-acton-lovewestlondon/

A big thank you to Love West London for their review.