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Street Feast launches new culinary partnership with Pastaio

London-based street food operator, Street Feast, has announced it has signed a new partnership with chef Stevie Parle’s pasta restaurant, Pastaio.

A new outpost of Pastaio has launched at Giant Robot, Street Feast’s eating and drinking ‘rooftopia’ in Canary Wharf, and will deliver the same menu of fresh homemade pasta as the original Soho site, as well as a few new and exclusive antipasti dishes. It will also be offering a number of supersize platters for large groups and aim to take table reservations in the future.

Also crossing over to Giant Robot will be Pastaio’s alcoholic slushies, including its original lemon Prosecco slushie, plus a seasonal special – launching in Soho and Canary Wharf this month – the Mulled Wine and Brandy slushy, garnished with orange. The debut of its Amaretto slushy will also be launched soon.

Pastaio joins street food traders Yum Bun, Pocho and Thunderbird Fried Chicken at the Canary Wharf’s dining destination and alternative event venue. Giant Robot is a 700-capacity venue with street food traders, brilliant bars and floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views. It also has an outdoor wraparound terrace and is available for full or part hire.

Emma Howe, sales and events director at Street Feast, said: “We’re delighted to collaborate with Stevie and Pastaio to bring the first fresh pasta restaurant to Canary Wharf. Constantly evolving and expanding our food offering is a big part of what we do at Street Feast and we’re excited to add Pastaio to the food line-up for our events and bookings at Giant Robot. We hope that guests will love it as much as we do.”

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