Tabasco celebrates 150th anniversary with immersive night market

TABASCO® Brand teams up with an incredible line up of London’s chef and bartender talent for a one-off night market-style event on 11th May in East London to celebrate the 150th anniversary of TABASCO® Sauce. (Spot the chef that couldn’t make the photo shoot!) 150 tickets to the private ‘TABASCO Global Kitchen’ party have been released to the public to celebrate with fans. Back row, left to right; Rachel Hugh (The Vurger Co), Nicholas Balfe (Salon), Mikyung Jeong (Jinjuu), Nirmal Save (Gunpowder) Front row, left to right; Simon Lamont (Rocks Oyster Grill), Conor Pearson (Oyster Boy), David Carter (Smokestak), Chris Whitney (Breddos Tacos), Nud Dudhia (Breddos Tacos), Andrew Clarke (cut-out!) (Brunswick House, Jim's Cafe and St Leonard's), and Shaun Whitmore (Berber & Q Grill House) Please credit TABASCO® Brand

On 11th May in East London, a one-off night market-style event in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Tabasco Sauce is bringing together a line up of talented  chefs and some of the city’s best bartenders for a menu inspired by the culinary diversity of the London food and drinks scene.

Manning the kitchens at the ‘Tabasco Global Kitchen’ will be: Andrew Clarke, AngloThai, Breddos Tacos, Bubbledogs, Gunpowder, Jinjuu, Nonna’s Gelato, Oyster Boy, Rocks Oyster Grill, Salon, Shaun Whitmore, Smokestak, The Vurger Co and more.

There will be food stalls, cocktail bars and even a few fire pits offering the classics that have made Tabasco Sauce an icon of flavour, like Bloody Marys and oysters. Also, on tap is everything from avocado ice cream, Korean fried chicken, to tacos and vegan burgers.

The party is private, but Tabasco is releasing 150 tickets to the public to celebrate with fans of the sauce.

30 tickets will be released every Friday at 10am from Friday 13th April until the event. Foodies and fans of Tabasco Sauce can get their hands on one of the golden tickets by visiting the ‘Tabasco Global Kitchen’ eventbrite page.

Tickets are priced at £20 with all proceeds donated to Magic Breakfast, a charity that provides free breakfast at schools, ensuring no child is too hungry to learn.


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