Support Snackbar's Kickstarter campaign and get unlimited kimchi hot sauce

Support Snackbar's crowdfunding campaign for its Dalston café, and you can get anything from unlimited hot sauce to a coffee masterclass in return 

Keen for kimchi? Fan of ferments? Salivate over sandos? We're pretty sure you'd like Snackbar, a café, urban farm and co-working space selling mortadella banh mi and lobster rolls with lovage crisps.

Snackbar is the lovechild of director Freddie Janssen and consulting chef Anais van Manen, who between them have more than ten years' restaurant experience.

For the past three years, Snackbar has taken the form of residences at Borough Market, The Laughing Heart and Legs, as well as sold-out taco parties in East London. But now it needs your help to go from roving residency to bricks-and-mortar site, right by Dalston Junction Station.

The permanent location will be a café serving seasonal, creative sandwiches, salads and snacks, alongside coffee and juices. Janssen and van Manen are also partnering with FARM:shop to have mini-farm installations so that they can grow their own vegetables, herbs and mushrooms, and there'll be a chicken coop with three re-homed hens from the British Hen Welfare Trust, too.

In order to help Snackbar get off to a brilliant start, head to Kickstarter to pledge your support. There's loads of things you could get in return, from unlimited kimchi hot sauce (YUM), to a birthday party hosted in the new café or even tickets to a brunch hosted in collaboration with Nuno Mendes, Merlin Labron-Johnson, Breddos Tacos' Nud Dudhia, or James Lowe of Lyle's.

Visit to find out more, or pledge your support on Kickstarter