At the core of the Lost Village Festival experience is a mantra for incredible eating. Dishoom will be joining forces with Lost Village to create their first-ever festival outpost.
Dishoom is known for its beautifully designed cafés, warm service, first-class drinks and, of course, chef Naved Nasir’s lovingly curated menu of Bombay comfort food – all of which will be available to hungry festival-goers for the very first time.
Dishoom will be serving up some of their signature dishes – including the cult favourite Bacon Naan Roll at breakfast (is there a better start to the day?) – and other classics such as House Black Daal, Okra Fries, and Chicken Ruby. All accompanied by plenty of piping-hot masala chai and first-class tipples.
A second UK festival exclusive comes in the form of the incredible Tommy Banks. In 2013 he became Britain’s youngest Michelin-starred chef, before going on to win Great British Menu in 2016 and 2017 respectively. He is an immensely creative chef who promises to deliver one of the most exciting Tribal Banquets to date.
The Saturday of Lost Village will see Lee Westcott, Head Chef at the phenomenal Typing Room, collaborate with Dan Cox, an exceptional talent who until recently worked alongside Simon Rogan at L’Enclume and London’s Fera at Claridges.
Sunday will see the return of one of the headline successes of Lost Village 2017 – The Hawksmoor Sunday Feast, presented by executive chef Richard H Turner. 2018 also marks the debut of The Eating House, a brand new concept showcasing some of the most exciting new restaurants.
Lost Village’s 2018 musical line-up includes Friendly Fires, Four Tet, DJ Harvey, Everything Everything, Mr Scruff and The Go! Team. Limited tickets are on sale now.