The first time we heard about Anna Mae's was as part of one of Ms. Marmite Lover's Night Markets. They'd jacked it all in to road-trip across the States. That was enough for me - I wanted to know where all they'd been! They've dug into the back porch of the South and pulled up its essence. The wording, the motifs, the jaunty sense of place - and it feels like something fun. Definitely seek out their 'Cheezus Loves You' trailer trash facade - it's brilliant (even has Palmetto at it's 'porch', now that's some real South Carolina type of MMmm).
Out in the States we learnt one thing - Cheesus Loves You. We’re spreading the word serving up London’s original pimped up mac n cheese mixed up fresh in our big gold mac truck. ES Magazine call it ‘Legendary’ - just sayin’...
– Anna Clark & Tony Soloman
Because Anna hates the tube, Tony loves a list and we both want to be part of something extraordinary.