Slivers for a walk? Why not!

Parmigiano Reggiano proposed as a street food at the London Restaurant Festival

Reggio Emilia, 27 July 2012 - Tapas and street food, these are the ingredients of the event that took place on Monday, 16 July at Exmouth Market, one of the most famous food destinations in London. The event, called "Graze Lunch", began during the London Restaurant Festival and allowed the more than 70 participants to taste the dishes of the most famous street foods in London, but without moving away from that street.

The famous hot dogs with champagne by Bubbledog, tapas by Jose Pizarro, appetisers by French and Grace... and Parmigiano Reggiano. The King of Cheeses was indeed making a fine show in the heart of Exmouth Market, available for those wishing to taste.

Graze Lunch

What's better than a sliver of Parmigiano Reggiano to be enjoyed while walking? All visitors were thus able to appreciate this all-Italian street food.

Besides chefs and foodies, the event saw the participation of many journalists who could taste the cheese and write about its extraordinary and unique taste in newspapers like the Times and Olive, one of the most popular British food magazines.

Exmouth Market is a vibrant pedestrian street in London, full of historical shops, bars and restaurants all with top quality standards. On Fridays and Saturdays, the street comes alive for the traditional market that offers food specialities and selected products. On these occasions, local bars and restaurants are famous for offering passers-by appetisers and dishes to be enjoyed while walking.