Italian Street Food from Puglia is coming to London.
Photos by CHARLIE RICHARDS
A little history:
Bombette is originally from the farming communities of Puglia where the land was devoted to olive groves, and room to grow trees for firewood was scarce. As fuel was precious, farm workers would head to the local butcher and feast on bombette from his communal oven.
This meat would often be rolled up into a little bundle and contain bits of cheese or be held together by cured meat. A delicious food and a tradition based on community, eating and sharing together was born. And now it's here...
Units 1-5 Station Approach
London, E11 1QE
Next to Snaresbrook Tube