We’re thrilled that the British Street Food Awards have officially kicked off today for the Central heats in Nottingham!
It’s been touch and go as to whether the event could go ahead this year due to Covid-19 restrictions, but we’re pleased to announce that street food traders up and down the UK are once again able to compete for the 11th consecutive year for the prized trophy.
Good luck to all our members competing in this year’s heats! We’ll be following the event all the way to see who gets voted champion.
The line up is as follows:
El Contador (Mexican street Food)
Kara’s Kitchen (Traditional paella)
13th Element (Vegan burger specialists)
Fresh Rootz (Veggie & Vegan Street Food)
Pellizco (Taco supremos)
Mrs Patel’s (Indian street food)
Shoot The Bull (Quality burgers)
Colombo Str-Eat (Sri Lankan street food)
Spuds n Bros (Poutine fusions)
Greidys Wings and Strips (BBQ chicken legends)
Porco (street food engineers)
Hun Street Kitchen (Flavours of Budapest)
Following the first round, the competition will continue on around the UK, stopping off at the following destinations on the following dates:
British Street Food Awards (South heat) 19/20 September – Blue Collar Street Food, Reading
Welsh Street Food Awards 26/27 September – Street Food Circus, Cardiff
British Street Food Awards (Northern heat) 2/3 October – Grub, Manchester
Scottish Street Food Awards October TBC – The Pitt, Edinburgh
British Street Food Awards (the final) 16/17 October – Hawker House, London