It’s not at every festival that revellers partake in glasses of orange wine, oysters and bao. But then again, Wilderness isn’t your average festival.
Unlike virtually every festival out there, Wilderness festival in Oxfordshire puts a huge focus on food, with an epic 100 food options! The PIG Hotel group provided a feast like no other from its impressive Tipi setup. Famous for growing its own produce, they even brought their own greenhouse full of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs to include in their delicious feasting menu.
The PIG field restaurant offered guests the opportunity to enjoy world-class food at the festival by booking their place to dine for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The feasting menu comprised of
Piggy and Garden Bits with Forager’s Fizz Cocktail
Ash Roasted Garden Beets and Blue Viney
Hampshire Air-Dried Karma Ham, Broad Beans and Radish Salad
The PIG’s Mackerel Tartare, Crispy Capers and Sour Dough
Pickled Sea Vegetables and Oyster Leaves
Sage and Rosemary Stuffed Porchetta with Crackling, Pork, and Apple Sauce
Poached Chalk Steam Trout with Crushed Potatoes
The PIG’s Whipped Polenta with Garden Shoots
Rainbow Carrots, Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Pickled Rock Samphire, Walled Garden Salad
Buttermilk Bunny Blancmange with Gin and Tonic Jelly and Summer Fruits
Whilst feasting took place to one side, there was also a tipi offering luxurious concepts one would not take for granted at a festival. A lounge adorned with George Smith furniture, candle lit lighting, rugs, sumptuous velvet cushions and importantly, drink!
On dry hire to the PIG hotel group, the Vintage Bar Box® luxury converted horsebox bar was positioned outside next to he BBQ, where festival-goers could choose from an extensive list of cocktails to quaff and porcine treats to trough!
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