As the 25p Freddo controversy rages on – hitting headlines again early this year – many of us may well glance longingly back to the golden days, when you could snap up the little chocolate delight for as little at 10p. Thankfully, those at Wall’s ice cream appear to have heard our prayers, as this today they are marking the launch of the Feast Sandwich with the suitably nostalgic 5p Feast Sandwich Café!
Rolling back the years and the prices, Wall’s are harking back not to the noughties, but as far as the twenties, inspired by the era when Richard Wall first started making ice cream. For one day only, Carnaby’s favourite espresso bar, Soho Grind, will be transformed as it hosts the Feast Café pop-up, celebrating the last day of summer, and paying homage to the fun and footloose decade of the ‘roaring twenties’. Visitors can expect not only astonishing twenties prices, with the brand new Feast Sandwich on offer for only 5p, but the chance to enjoy it to the sound of classic twenties hits – making it the perfect opportunity for a little escapism in a city where a night out may involve remortgaging the house.
So get down to the Soho Grind on Beak Street, Carnaby, on the 31st of August to see the summer out in retro style. Though the pop-up will be open from 3-11pm, the 5p Feast Sandwich will only be available until stocks run out, so we advise getting there early to grab yours while you can.