Silo at The Salvo Fair

20 June 2017

Silo at The Salvo Fair
Winner of The Observer Food award for Britain’s best ethical restaurant, Silo is popping up at this year's Salvo Fair. 

The Brighton-based zero-waste restaurant by chef Douglas McMaster is hosting a two-course Silo at Salvo lunch. Choose carnivorous or Herbivorous Calzone, made from freshly milled heritage flour, slowly fermented for flavour and good digestion. Taste transatlantic emission free organic Pirate Chocolate fondant… Sailed from the Dominican Republic using only the wind and a crew of badass sailers (pirates). Washed down with your choice of Old Tree libation like bubbly infused with sea buckthorn.
Silo at The Salvo Fair
The Salvo Fair plays host to some amazing vendors. Including, Emily Griffin, designer and maker behind the homeware and accessories brand Mahala. She will have bags made from old British saddlery leather and military canvases, clogs made in England, and vintage and handcrafted homewares.  Other exhibitors include Mary Jones Vintage who unearths rare fashion for gents and ladies, featuring clothes, accessories, jewellery and a showcase of hats including unique designs by Dior.   

SALVO 2017 at a glance
Where: Icehouse Lane, Henley on Thames, RG9 3AP
When: Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 June 2017
Open: 10am to 5pm
Charity Gala Preview and late night shopping: Friday 23 June 2017, 5pm to 8pm

Book Weekend Tickets for a 2-course Silo at Salvo lunch on Eventbrite 

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