Swansea’s Street Food Festival will return to Museum Park over the Easter Weekend. There will be more than 25 different street food traders, as well as cocktails, draft beers and live DJ sets.
Tickets are free for the event, which is sponsored by Freedom Brewery and cocktails will be served by Pop Up Bar Hire Co. So exactly what can you tuck into when you go?
Here is the full list of vendors who will be at the festival over the weekend.
Burger fans will love what Flying Cows has to offer. They will be serving gourmet burgers with a variety of toppings. In 2019 the trader was named Britain’s Best Street Food Burger 2019.
The Grub Shed
The Grub Shed, originally from Birmingham, will be serving their fantastic range of loaded fries.
Gower Doughnut Co.
Gower’s very own Gower Doughnut Co. will also be making an appearance, serving their famous doughnuts.
Halloumi lovers should head straight to Clark’s Kitchen as they will be serving halloumi fries, as well as burgers and wraps, throughout the weekend.
Bare Bones Pizza
Bare Bones are known for their woodfired pizza and will be serving up slices throughout the weekend.
If you’re a pasta fan, make sure you visit Dirty Gnocchi for their take on the Italian classic.
Gourmet Street Kitchen
Gourmet Kitchen will be serving Mac n Cheese.
Tokyo Nights is a popular Japanese street food vendor founded by a Welshman. Inspired by a trip to Japan in 2019, Oliver Bryant, who is from Barry and lives in Llantwit Major, started Tokyo Nights in August 2020.
Uncommon Ground – Coffee
Coffee fans will recognise Cardiff -based Uncommon Ground, who have made a name for themselves with their amazing coffee. The will be serving Swansea this weekend.
Other vendors at the festival include:
Stripclub Street Food – Chicken strips
Their big offering is honey buffalo cornflake fried chicken strips which is buttermilk marinated chicken, coated in Corn Flakes served with sauces; honey buffalo, Korean BBQ; garlic butter or chicken gravy.
Nomad Waffles – Stick waffles
Rue De La Cocotte – French
Chock Shop – Brownies
Ice Green – Vegan gelato
2Lads Kitchen – Afghani
Viva Los Churros – Churros
Vegan Filth – Vegan junk food
Meeting Point – Greek
Hello Good Pie – Homemade pies
The Real Ting – Jamaican
Tandoori G – Indian
The Dog House – Hot dogs
Food By Sean – Kitchen and Deli
Ele’s Little Kitchen- Spanish
Street Food South West – Moroccan
Passion and Smoke – BBQ
MKS – Olives (market stall)
It is a three-day, family friendly event, running from 11am until 11pm, Friday, April 15, to Sunday, April 17. Dogs are more than welcome to attend. It is a cashless event.
Tickets are free but if you buy online you can purchase a queue jump ticket that comes with an ice cold beer. The nearest parking options for the event are St David’s car park opposite Museum Park, which costs £2 for 24 hours, NCP City Gates on Orchard Street or the new Swansea Arena carpark on Oystermouth Road.
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