Latest street food trend at around £6 a portion arrives in July
Green Park Station in Bath is the bustling location for a series of mouth watering street food events put on by the StrEAT Food Collective. Vendors will be serving diverse food, from around the world, on Friday nights, starting early next month.
StrEAT is a global street food collective serving food from all over the world. Hot and delicious dishes from Malaysia, India, Wales, Jamaica and other countries will be served on Friday evenings starting on July 6. Families, students and tourists alike will be encouraged to gather together to enjoy music and food in an upbeat mardi gras atmosphere.
StrEAT is the initiative of cultural events company, Coconut Chilli Digital. The collective consists of between four to six stalls. Vendors are people from local communities who are passionate about food and will be serving up 'the real deal'. The vendors will be encouraged to stick to food portions costing around £6 or under and there will be smaller portions for children.
Over the past few months street food events have become increasingly popular as it offers people the opportunity to try affordable, culturally enriching, dishes whilst socialising and enjoying entertainment.
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Sarah Campbell, from Green Park Station, said: "Green Park Station is the ideal location for a local foodie event and for the community to get together. It's outside but undercover, so attendees can enjoy their food whilst being warm and dry."
Navina Bartlett, Coconut Chilli Digital, said: "I've travelled extensively and have always loved eating on the streets. I want to broaden the minds of local people and encourage them to try new and authentic global street food dishes. Bathonians will be able to try cuisines that they may not have known about before and it will be great value."
Street food is fast becoming the hot food trend in the UK. Lord Sugar set a gourmet street food task on the current series of The Apprentice. Candidates were instructed to produce and sell, as Lord Sugar put it, 'fine dining on the street.'
The Friday night events take place between 6 and 9pm.
For more information on locations and to read the blog visit www.streatfoodcollective.com.