We took our first trip to the Marylebone Summer Fayre on Sunday. It was great to see the whole community come out and participate. We ended up eating our way through the streets of Marylebone.
Sausage Sandwich from Galileo Organic Farm: Our favourite sausage of the sandwich of the day (yes, we had two).
Fresh Strawberry Smoothie from Edgebank Organics: What I would deem a ‘proper’ smoothie - none of those blended mixed juices, but actual fruit + ice blended into perfection and all for £1 (what a steal!)
The small cupcake on the left is Pink Lemonade and on the right is the Cherry Bakewell cupcake from the Riff Raff Cake Co. We hadn’t planned on getting 2 cupcakes, but I was really intrigued by the Pink Lemonade and had to try it out! They had lots of interesting flavors like Pimm’s & Bailey’s - we’ll definitely have to find them again.
Having first tried Anna-Mae’s southern style mac n cheese at Zoo Lates (where we each had to have our own mac because we couldn’t share) we were really excited to see them again at the Marylebone Summer Fayre. This time around we got the ‘Spicy Juan’ it’s their original mac n cheese w/ chipotle, jalapenos, sour cream & coriander (except we had it without the coriander). We’re big fans of spicy and mac n cheese so we absolutely loved the Spicy Juan!
The second sausage sandwich of the day - this time from the Parson’s Nose.
We were walking down the street and saw a sign for Rainbow Cake Pops from Blueberry Blue. It was layers of of sponge cake & buttercream icing. We thought it was really fun & tasty.
We ended the day with a Strawberry & cream cupcake from the Yummy Boutique . We also took one of their millionaire shortbreads home for a snack!