Churrasco World cup party and carnival for 350 guests

All day and night music, food and drinks festival with a fusion of English and Brazilian theming

Theme and design: On a 15 acres site the event took shape with a huge duo span marquee, 2 x concert stages, cocktail bars, stall food, carnival dancers, a fantastic line up of bands and fair ground during the day. The evening brought the guests inside the marquee which was styled around a luxury sports bar with tv screens on all walls and drinks being served from a central island bar. The food took a turn towards contemporary English flavours, live music leading up to the live football match with the night finished with a swanky nightclub and DJ

“Thank you so much you really created a wonderful theratrical environment for us! The selection of meats carved by your chefs at our tables were simply delicious as so unique. .”


  • Chorizo and squid lollipops served with saffron aioli
  • Triple cooked chips served with hot Questo dip
  • Bacalhau fritter served with spring onions
  • Avocado spicy bean wrap
Brazilian Churrasco stall
  • Picanha Brazil’s most popular cut of beef, with garlic and olive oil Loin of pork with smoked habanera and paprika rub
  • Lime and chilli chicken thighs
  • served in floured tortilla
  • Fried black bean quinoa
  • Shaved summer roots and cabbage and chopped chives dressed in a mojito dressing
  • Chimichurri salad with tomatoes cucumber and celery
Arroz com camarao capixaba stall
  • Cooked in huge 5ft pans. Brazils coastal classic
  • Huge pans of spicy Brazilian sausage, tiger prawns and squid bound in black bean tomatoes, shallots and rice served with chilli and lime salsa
The hottest food this year has been their Churassco, a South American style of cooking meats and fish over lava rock on 2 ft rotating skewers, carved directly onto guests plates “table side” for a hugely engaging experience.
Vanilla Bean’s usual beautiful canapés and stunning dessert stalls either side of the authentic Churassco
Created By
Gareth Palmer

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