Streetfood just got colourful when Rainbo Food launched last year.
Rainbo Food was born just over a year ago, when Candida Balfour and Ben Sheinwald joined KERB’s Petra Barran in her chocolate van and noticed a distinct lack of light, healthy food on the booming street-food scene.
The fabulous Rainbo Food is certainly fresh and colorful; handmade gyozas, edamame beans and a vibrant Asian slaw. They have three flavours of gyoza; pork and pickled ginger, chicken and coriander and tofu and shitake. All the meat is free range and tofu organic. They are all fresh, lively and have a great bite to them.
The guys also wanted to incorporate giving into the core of the business model and teamed up with a charity close to their hearts – Food for Freedom.
With Food for Freedom 20p from every meal is donated to BASE, a charity in Nepal, set up to help the indigenous Tharu people, who have little access to education and opportunities to earn any income. As a result many of the local families send their young children away to work as domestic laborers across the country. So far Rainbo Food have rescued and rehabilitated fifteen children and got them back into full time education.
We love the effort from the guys helping the communities in Nepal and keeping us happy in London. Long may it continue.
Catch Rainbow Food
- KERB Kings Cross all October
- Back with A Bang Fireworks at Alexandra Palace on 1st November
For more information visit rainbofood.com