Something to suit all tastebuds at Dorset Street Food Festival

EXCITING news for lovers of street food: between July 12 and 14 Street Food Warehouse will roll into Langmoor Gardens, Lyme Regis, for the second year of Dorset Street Food Festival.

The festival will feature a whole host of creative and unique street food vendors, with sister company, Pop Up Bar Hire, in tow to keep glasses full for the entire weekend. Whether it’s an ice cold pint of craft beer or a zesty mojito, Pop Up Bar Hire have got it covered.

There are wholesome vendors aplenty arriving in Dorset for this foodie extravaganza; go big or go home with The Dog House who will bring the ultimate loaded hot dogs to Dorset, followed closely by the carb-ilicious Little Grub Hut and his delicious dirty fries.

If you’re after a sweet treat, you’ve hit the jackpot with Twirly Bakes and their whirly, delicious cakes and Extreme Chocolate who are stocked to the heavens with mouthwatering, gooey brownies.

There’s also amply opportunity to take things international; West Country Dim Sum will be serving up Chinese dim sum deliciousness, take a trip to Morocco with Street Food South West, Little Somboon Kitchen take you to Thailand, but you can always keep it local with Furzeleigh Down Dairy and their sweet, homemade ice cream.

Street Food Warehouse have set out to ensure that everyone can enjoy the food at their festivals, with various vendors catering for those with gluten and dairy intolerances, plus vegans, veggies and carnivores alike.

If that wasn’t enough to tickle your tastebuds, Street Food Warehouse have gone the extra mile to add a little extra heat to their events this year with a sponsorship from the UK’s number one hot pepper sauce, Encona.

A family friendly event to be enjoyed by all, Dorset Street Food Festival is certainly not to be missed. So, if sampling quality food and drink by the seaside whilst basking in glorious sunshine sounds right up your ‘street’, register for your free tickets today via the website www.dorsetstreetfoodfestival.co.uk

Woodmead Halls
About Francesca Evans 1398 Articles
Francesca grew up in Lyme Regis and has worked in community journalism in the area since 2011, having gained a First Class Honours degree in journalism and her NCTJ qualifications at Southampton Solent University.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*