Looking back to #ESEAeats 2021
Scroll on through to some amazing content all about East and Southeast Asian food! We are highlighting some leaders in the East and Southeast Asian community from recipe books, to foodie maps to give you inspiration to celebrate with us!
Big love to our volunteers for helping us organise and create an amazing 1 year anniversary – we wanted to give them a massive shout out to their contributions.
Need some inspiration on how to celebrate #ESEAeats? Check out these amazing resources below from places to visit and home-made recipes!
Radical Noodles is a celebration of the obsession of identity and tales of migration “Because we are radical, it’s not just about noodles.”
Becky is a half Korean half British foodie on a mission to promote real authentic Korean food, and the history behind it.
Elsa is British Born Chinese from Belfast, now in Manchester. Elsa shares her food journey with us, including places which serve food from East Asia and South East Asia. This compromises cuisines from the following countries: China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam
Find & experience authentic East Asian cuisine in the very heart of London.
Stay tuned for more way to celebrate #ESEAeats
Past #ESEAeats events
China Exchange: Walking tour and #ESEAeats
Chinatown Stories: The Community led walking tour.
Event completed – check out China Exchange’s 2022 walking tours here
What happened on the 1st year anniversary in 2021: The 2.5hr experience includes a delicious Chinese lunch served family-style, giving you the chance to get to know your guide and learn more. Tours are in-depth and thoroughly researched – you won’t hear these stories anywhere else! You’ll be invited to share your memories and stories related to East and Southeast Asian food and eating on the day.
Congee Club : POSTPONED
The first rule of Congee Club is ‘Don’t judge anyone else’s toppings’
🏆 Prizes for best pimped out congee
Postponed, follow Little Yellow Rice Co for updates.
Chef Danny Tan hails from Malaysia, famed for its vibrant street food culture where Laksa, in particular, is a local favourite. Coming from a family of well known Hainanese chefs, Danny grew up in a household blessed with exciting, rich culinary traditions.
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