For all festival-lovers whose nightmares are built from tents, wellies and babywipe showers, salvation has arrived with Field Day, now in its seventh year of providing one of the best of the summer's alternative line-ups from a park in zone two. You could win one of five pairs of tickets to the festival, which will take place in Victoria Park on May 25 2013. With headline acts Animal Collective and Bat For Lashes, plus a load more excellent bands, quirky activities and great food to keep you busy, Field Day provides all the countryside fun without leaving the city. The festival's put together by Eat Your Own Ears, Bugged Out! and BleeD/Lanzarote. See the full line up here, and buy tickets from www.fielddayfestivals.com
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Wild Food Café
The first-floor setting of this dinky café overlooking Neal's Yard is one of its main draws. On a sunny day, light streams through the wall of windows on to big pine tables that happily accommodate large groups of friends who haven’t met yet. We tried the club sandwich, mainly because it came with the promise of umeboshi (Japanese pickled plum). A promise it remained – whether they forgot to add it or sliced it too thinly it's hard to say, but any flavour was completely untraceable. Disappointing pickles aside, dishes are, on the whole, enjoyable. Just be careful not to be misled by the optimistic-sounding menu – their ‘pizza’ would struggle to pass as such in any corner of Little Venice. Go there with an open mind and an awareness that the food has been given a title that it might not have earned, and it shouldn't disappoint. At the very least it’s nice to leave a restaurant feeling smug that everything you’ve eaten is actually good for you. Self-righteousness sure can be tasty.
Venue says: “Devoted to vitality. Innovative, organic plant-based food. Now on Uber Eats.”