Grab and go from the Le Bab counter in The Dining Room.
“We can’t wait to bring our kebabs to the fields of Wilderness, to be amongst some of the best talent on the UK restaurant scene and be part of the festival community for the weekend. As restaurateurs Wilderness has always been on our list of places we want to take our food,” said Ed. “Kebabs and a crisp beer or two have always been bedfellows and we think Wilderness is the perfect place for festival goers to tuck into a Le Bab kebab at the end of a long day…..or a late night. See you there!”
Bacon or sausage wrap, griddled with Dewlay cheddar, smoked chilli and an egg
Lunch & Dinner
Doner Beignet with smoked chilli sauce and garlic mayo
Chicken Shish kebab with summer lime slaw and Kashmiri chilli mayo
Lamb Adana kebab with Mustafa yoghurt, pickled red onions, parsley and dill
Pea and mint falafel with grilled courgette salad and toum
(All served in Maison Bab flatbreads)
(menu subject to change)
Ed Brunet and Stephen Tozer founded their debut contemporary kebab restaurant Le Bab in 2016. After meeting at university and becoming good friends over a mutual love and respect for all things kebab, Ed, formerly of Le Gavroche, and Stephen set about bringing their take on modern kebabs to London’s Kingly Court, a new approach to an ancient dish. From pickles, bread, and toum, everything at Le Bab is made from scratch in house whilst kebabs are made from local and sustainable produce, free-range meats and seasonal vegetables and cooked on a wood and charcoal robata. Since opening the doors to Le Bab, Stephen and Ed have launched Maison Bab in Covent Garden and April saw them open Kebab Queen, a 10-person counter dining restaurant serving a seven course kebab tasting menu.