FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS for Swansea Street Food Festival 2022


Below are a bunch of FAQs for you to refer to prior to (and during) Swansea Street Food Festival 2022 – we hope these help!

Where is The Swansea Street Food Festival taking place?

Swansea Museum Park, where Winter Wonderland is based. Please arrive via Oystermouth Road.

When is the Swansea Street Food Festival?

Friday 15th April - Sunday 18th April 2022.

Are dogs allowed at the Swansea Street Food Festival?

Yes! The more doggos, the merrier.

Do I need a ticket to enter the Swansea Street Food festival, including my child?

Yes, this year tickets are required, including for children over the age of 2, for under 2’s no tickets are required. But fear not, general entry tickets are FREE. Unless you wish to purchase a queue jump ticket which costs £4, these are for over 18s only.

What’s the difference between general entry and queue jump entry?

Queue jump entry tickets give you guaranteed access and queue jump access for the event, plus you can enjoy an ice cold can of Freedom Brewery beer* on arrival. General entry tickets are FREE but do not guarantee you entry during the event peak times.

* Queue jump tickets are for over 18s only and valid ID will be required. If you have any children with you, get them a general ticket and they will be able to skip the queue with you. 

Do I need to show/print the tickets I have pre-booked for the event?

Yes, please have your QR code handy on your phone, or your printed ticket ready to show our friendly team to scan at the gate.

I’ve booked a table, does this guarantee my entry?

Yes, this will guarantee your entry but only for the time your table is booked for.

What are the opening hours?

11am - 11pm daily, unless all traders sell out, in which case we may close early.

Will there be cover if it rains?

Yes! We have a huge marquee to keep you dry, so you can still enjoy some epic street food.

Will there be a bar at the event?

Yes, our sister company Pop Up Bar Hire will be supplying the booze all weekend long. 

Can I bring my own food or drink to Swansea Street Food Festival?

No,we have plenty of delicious food and drink options available for you to enjoy - you can thank us later. However, baby food is acceptable to bring.

Are there vegetarian and vegan food options available? 

Yes, Swansea Street Food Festival has carefully selected its vendors to cater for vegetarians, vegans and those that are gluten intolerant. 



The summer months hurtled by in a food-fuelled blur. Between May and late August, the Street Food Warehouse calendar was booked to the brim with our summer tour, and having had time to take stock, let us now say this: WOW!

From Aberystwyth to Devon, Swansea to Somerset and Pembrokeshire to Dorset, the Street Food Tour took us to some of the most picturesque places in the country, and gave us the opportunity to appreciate golden hours and golden moments aplenty with insanely talented street food vendors and thousands of wonderful festival attendees across the UK. Hopefully, you were lucky enough to join us at one or more of our events in 2019, in what was our biggest year yet; nine weekends of street food madness, and as we look to the future, we're only just getting started...

Back in May, things kicked off with an explosion of colour and fun as we brought Swansea Street Food Festival back to the Museum Park. Sharing the weekend with Swansea Pride, the biggest bank holiday party in South Wales ensued. A selection of some of our favourite vendors brought their A-game, and the Pop Up Bar Hire sales were through the roof. The Westival boys rocked up with three days worth of party pumpers and served up tasty tunes across the weekend, and with Pride parading through the site on a heaving Saturday, it really was one for the history books.

Then, we took a drive to the South East coast as Sussex Street Food Festival descended upon Hastings. Amongst the awesome line up was a serious selection of Southeast Asian cuisine, and boy did they go down well. Another bank holiday success, and May ticked off.

If we're talking excitement levels for the Street Food Warehouse gang, June felt like December. Why? Because between 14-16, we were looking at Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival - it's like our Christmas!

The fourth Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival was, as predicted, a massive success. Located upon the picturesque setting on South Beach, Tenby, thousands of hungry foodies arrived to chow down on a bang-tidy selection of street food. Bao Selecta were selling buns quicker than they could make 'em, and we were absolutely thrilled to see family-run cheesecake champs Dutty's embark on only their second ever event! Did they sell out? Silly question, really.

Local party-starters in the form of the Westival resident DJs returned to the fold, turning the marquee into a makeshift dancefloor on Saturday night, whilst we also welcomed young children and doggos aplenty for what several punters claimed was one of the best family-friendly events in the area across the summer period. You'll have to judge that for yourself, and come along in 2020.

July went by quicker than you could say 'Mac and Cheese', as we hit the road up and down the country to deliver big street food vibes to Dorset, Aberystwyth and Somerset. Beginning at the beautiful coastal town of Lyme Regis, Dorset Street Food Festival entailed three idyllic days of sitting on that hill with the sun beaming down, and a long ol' line of street food to get stuck into. Tucking into Little Marrakesh's Moroccan chicken whilst staring at the purple sunset was a summer highlight for us.

From the South West of England to the West of Wales, our tour then debuted in Aberystwyth. The sun shone in our blessed homeland, as we brought a highly-lauded army of street food vendors. The mayor popped in for a bite amongst heaps of others, and it was a weekend of celebration all round as graduating students joined us at the Marina.

Another debut saw us back down south, as Somerset Street Food Festival arrived for the first time in Weston-super-Mare. At Italian Gardens, a mere amble away from the famous pier, with water fountains and cocktails flowing in equal measure, it was a pleasure to see so many punters from Weston and beyond heading home each evening with full bellies and smiling faces.

On our old stomping ground of Ilfracombe, it was our fifth (yes, fifth!) year of Devon Street Food Festival, and it was by far the most successful year we've had there so far. The weather was incredible, the place was bustling, and the setting was spectacular. Similarly, we got super lucky in Milford Haven with glistening sunshine for our second stint of the summer in Pembrokeshire. You'll have to check out this video to see just how awesome that weekend was.

Then, to wrap things up it was a biggy - the Welsh Street Food Awards in partnership with Hellmann's. Back where it all began at Museum Park, Swansea, Welsh vendors battled it out for the two places at the British Street Food Awards later this year. Pink Peppercorn took the judges prize for their phenomenal, Welsh-history-inspired dishes, whilst Malaysian maestros Makasih won the public vote for their array of Asian delights. A huge congratulations to both, as well as all vendors at the event. You could never get the Street Food Warehouse staff to pick just two - we love you all!

And just like that, summer was gone. 2019, the summer of street food. So... What now? Well, with vendor applications opening again soon for our 2020 events, there's no rest for the wicked. We'll soon be putting the forms on each individual event page and social media profile as they are released, so for the vendors - keep a keen eye out.

As for you street food punters, Street Food Warehouse are available to you! Street food continues to explode in popularity, and as such, our events calendar next year is expanding even further. But how about some street food at your event? Whether it's a birthday party, wedding or private function, hit us up at Street Food Warehouse if you want to get street food-y!


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Well, well, well. Swansea was a banger, there's no doubt about it. You lot thought you were going to have to wait a whole year for another foodie bonanza at Museum Park, and a year is a long old time. As you may already have heard, your luck is in: The Welsh Street Food Awards 2019 are being hosted in Swansea between 24-25 August, so Street Food Warehouse and Pop Up Bar Hire are all gearing up for another bank holiday weekend of the best street food in the country (literally) and the huge vibes that Swansea festivals always bring. Supported by Hellmann's, the Welsh Street Food Awards 2019 will see food vendors competing for your vote as they jostle for a place at the British finals in London. There are two ways of getting there; receive the most votes from the general public, or get the nod from the celebrity judges who will be on site across the weekend judging the best dish that each vendor puts forward. The Hang Fire girls, as well as Richard Johnson, will get the final say for one lucky (and deserving) vendor, but it'll be you guys casting your own votes that also have huge implications for the other winner. Who are you backing?There's a genuinely superb selection of street food on offer at this year's Welsh Street Food Awards. Some classic Swansea regulars make an appearance in the form of the BBQ bosses at Spicer's, the Frenchy wizards Rue de la Cocotte, and previous finalists Pink Peppercorn. There are also plenty of newbies heading across to lovely Abertawe; Queen Pepiada bring their delightful Venezuelan cuisine, whilst the Mexican/Welshie hybrid That Street Food are enjoying their second summer season, bringing delicious dishes and big ol' smiles. A call out to the sweet tooths, the carb-cravers and the spice-fanatics. There's something for all of you! Full listings of vendors can be found hereOf course, we'll also be bringing our sister company - Pop Up Bar Hire - to supply the pints and the Pimm's all weekend long, for what is expected to be a gloriously sunny and tasty weekend of high quality street food. Have you signed up for your FREE ticket yet? Get on it right here, and you'll be in with a chance of winning a whole host of prizes sponsored by Hellmann's, as well as cocktails and street food meals on the weekend. 





Food Hacks with Marcus Cooks at Swansea Street Food Festival 2019!

The Street Food Warehouse team partnered up with Instagram foodie guru Marcus Cooks over the early May bank holiday at Swansea Street Food Festival 2019 to create some insanely tasty dishes by combining the work of two different street food vendors! We took advantage of the immense range of cuisines at Swansea Street Food Festival to create ultimate street food deliciousness, taking the best bits and bobs from different vendors and combining them to create a whole new dish... From a vegan affogato to a Malaysian chicken taco!

Makasih x The Bearded Taco

 For this dish, we took deep fried Malaysian chicken from Makasih and popped it in a taco from The Bearded Taco, all brought together with kimchi and sesame aioli, topped with a drizzle of syrup, sesame seeds and chillies. Possibly one of the most photogenic dishes from the weekend. Who knew Malaysian and Mexican would make such a good combo?

Grubshed x Gourmet Street Kitchen

Mac ‘n’ Cheese loaded fries… yep you heard me! The perfect combination to create a guilty pleasure dish for all you carb lovers. We took seasoned fries from the Grubshed and topped them with deliciously gooey Mac ‘n’ Cheese from Gourmet Street Kitchen, who finished it all off with crispy onions and bacon – Yum!

Monte Forte x Spicer’s Meat Wagon

Spicer’s Meat Wagon (the home of the deadly but delicious Wings of Fire Challenge) handed over some of their slow cooked BBQ beef brisket to pop on top of a classic Monte Forte pizza with all the cheesy and spicy trimmings, to create the most more-ish meaty pizza ever! Makes it even better when it’s cooked fresh in front you within minutes.

Ice Green x The Bean Coffee

Last but certainly not least – dessert time! We took a scoop of Ice Green’s delicious Coffee Crunch Ice Cream and poured over a fresh espresso, provided by The Bean Coffee to create an amazing vegan Affogato. The perfect combination of hot and cold, a traditional Italian dessert made street food style!


Did you create any of your own Street Food Hacks at Swansea Street Food Festival 2019? Let us know and send us some pictures!



Photo property of Pride Swansea

This Saturday (4 May 2019) the Swansea Pride Parade will be marching right through Swansea Street Food Festival in Museum Park, in all of their rainbow coloured glory. There’s no doubt about it - this colourful crowd will definitely have some hungry mouths to feed. Thankfully, many of our lovely street food vendors are jumping on the bandwagon and offering some tasty street food to the pride participants with a hankering for some mouthwatering cuisine, as Street Food Warehouse proudly offer Pride 2019 volunteers discount tokens to enjoy the festivities at a cut-rate price.

So, which vendors are in the line-up to feed these peckish pride paraders?

Makasih: Cravin’ Malaysian!

A family team serving up mouthwatering Malaysian cuisine. Authentic, spicy as you like and flawlessly tasty. The chicken roti has become the stuff of legends and must not be missed! Did we mention that their food looks great on the gram? Take a snap before tucking in!

Spicers’ Meat Wagon: Low and Slow - Smoking!

It’s not a Bank Holiday weekend without a BBQ. Spicers’ Meat Wagon is manned by the meatilicious Dr. Beef and partner Roz, who specialise in the treatment of tantalizing your tastebuds. Pulled pork, beautifully slow braised beef, succulent pork belly and juicy buffalo chicken - just what you need after a busy day at the parade!

Gourmet Street Kitchen: Cheesey, Gooey & Oh So Moreish Mac’n’Cheese

Gourmet Street Kitchen are the vendors responsible for the most mouthwatering, moreish and oh so tasty Mac’n’Cheese. The ultimate crowd pleaser, GSK will offer a variety of mac’n’cheese dishes to the peckish paraders. Choose your toppings and chow down!

3 Little Pigs: Grilled Greek Goodness

More than just food, 3 Little Pigs dishes are made with cultural heritage, philosophy and recipes passed down over generations and they’re all the more tasty for it! Pride participants will be transported with just one bite from Museum Park to a beautiful Greek island.

Pink Peppercorn: As Welsh As It Comes

From their pinker than pink caravan, Pink Peppercorn are offering pride paraders a range of authentic Welsh dishes using local and seasonal produce created and cooked to restaurant standard! From salt marsh lamb shoulder with Pembrokeshire potatoes to ham hock cawl with heritage carrots - eat classy at this caravan!

Pakora Pod: No Allergens, No Problem!

No wheat, no dairy, no nuts, no eggs, no gluten. Pakora Pod is the vendor for peckish pride paraders with a hankering for tasty vegan street food! Specialising in Indian street food, Pakora Pod make a conscious effort to make the world a better place by using only sustainable and biodegradable packaging, a friend to the earth and your tummy!

Modo: Welcome to Little Italy!

Who doesn’t love Italian food? Well, get this - Modo Italian have all the tastes and smells of Italy we know and love so well but there’s a catch - it’s deep fried. We’re talking mouth watering deep-fried pizza to warming panzerottis and those deep fried arancini balls? To die for.

The Bearded Taco: We’ve gotta taco ‘bout this…

More than just Mexican, The Bearded Taco have incorporated their moreish Mexican cuisine into global cuisines! German Schnitzel Taco? You bet it. Vietnamese Bahn Mi? Got it. Fish Finger Taco? You heard it here first. There’s even the gin and tonic tempura avocado taco - what can’t they do?!

The Pod: Absolutely Kraken!

If crispy squid is your thing then The Pod is the vendor for you this Pride Parade. We’re not squidding you when we say The Pod serve up the crispiest squid, served in a fancy little cone and showered with pickled veg - hold it up high enough and get the perfect shot for the gram!

The Orgazmic Milkshake Co.: A Big Ol’ Milkshake

Keep it sweet this Pride Parade with a creamy, mouthwatering milkshake. These cheekily named vendors are here for one reason and one reason only and that’s to ensure your inner big kid is released this weekend. From the classics to flavours beyond your imagination, these bad boys are available from 12oz to 20oz.

The Dog House: Not Your Average Dog

A sure match for those cinema treats you know and love so well. The Dog House is about to serve up some humongous hot dogs to peckish paraders, showered with gourmet toppings these hot dogs are quite literally something else. Eat alongside a generous serving of crunchy nachos topped with all of the cheese, jalapenos and guac you could ask for!

Chock Shop: Melt In Your Mouth Brownies

Chock Shop are chock-a-block with sweet treats to keep you going this Pride weekend. With plenty of crunchy corner and gooey middle pieces to go around, these brownies are like nothing you’ve ever tasted before. Choose from a variety of goodies, a showering of marshmallows, a drizzle of salted caramel or a pop of colour in the shape of a raspberry or two - after all, that’s still one of your five a day, right?

Grubshed: Fri-nally!

Last on the list of vendors partnering up with Pride is the lovely Sam and his lovely fries! Scrumptiously shambolic, these messy loaded fries are oh so worth the mess with their gorgeous, golden, crispy texture and a generous topping of whatever your heart desires. Fancying a little Mexican? You got it, soured cream and guac coming right up. Perhaps you’re after a little post-night-out guilty pleasure? There’s no better time for the British classic of baked beans and cheese.


Street Food Warehouse’s Swansea Street Food Festival is immensely proud to have this opportunity to partner with such a fantastic organisation. Don’t miss out on the shenanigans - pop by the Pride Parade, and swing into Swansea Street Food Festival all in Museum Park this Saturday from midday - grab your FREE ticket here!





Image: Jacques Boissevaine, Westival 2018

We've nailed down some of the best street food vendors in the country for this summer's Street Food Warehouse tour. Some of your favourites will be returning, and there are a whole host of newbies coming too, who could quickly become new favourites. We're also bringing our sister company, Pop Up Bar Hire, to provide the drinks, whether it be a cocktail or an ice-cold pint. Seems like the only thing missing is the tunes...

Step forward, Westival! The exciting new Pembrokeshire-based festival will be on hand at both Swansea Street Food Festival and Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival to supply the bangers with their resident DJs serving high quality Disco, House, African, Funk and Soul all weekend. We couldn't think of a better way to compliment a pint of Tenby Harbwr Brewery beer (or a tasty mojito) in the sun than having the Westival selectors rock up and spin thumpers, booters, fist-pumpers and floor-fillers as we dance with you in the Welsh sunshine. 

Image: Jacques Boissevaine, Westival 2018

This year, the Westival residents behind the decks at Swansea and Pembs will be citing influence from their own festival's incredible and eclectic line-up that includes Detroit house pioneer Marcellus Pittman, Canadian lady-of-the-moment Peach, Australian legend CC Disco and live Afro Artists such as Mim Sulieman, Afrqiuoi and Yaaba Funk. The Street Food Warehouse team are seriously hyped about Westival's sophomore outing, which takes place between 19 - 22 July. Grab yourselves a ticket at and book yourself in for a weekend of the finest vibes on the West Wales coast. Be sure to keep up to date with their festival announcements (including DJ listings and street food vendors that'll be trading at their events) by following Westival's Facebook page.

Image: Jacques Boissevaine, Westival 2018

Swansea Street Food Festival 2019 takes place at Museum Park, Swansea on 4th - 6th May; Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival 2019 takes place at South Beach, Tenby on 14th - 16th June. Get the latest updates on our events - vendors, competitions and partnerships - through our Facebook and Twitter




At Street Food Warehouse, we reckon summer is best spent by the coast. Here's a fun fact: in southwest South Dakota, US, there's a town called Allen that's located around 1,023 miles from the nearest coastline. Over a thousand miles from the beach - can you imagine? None of that for you though, right Swansea? And what's better to do on the coast than eat delicious food in the sun? There are certain types of food that are synonymous with a summery UK day on the beach, and of course they're all being served atSwansea Street Food Festival! So get your suncream and flip-flops on, and head straight toward these vendors for the tastiest seaside delights you'll find all summer.

The Pod

Based in Newport,The Podis a street food restaurant located on the River Usk, slap bang in the centre of the city. Whilst their main outlet thrives, they also take their great food on the road. Seafood is one of their customer favourites, so it figures that The Pod serve up mounds of succulent, crispy squid for hungry customers from their food truck. Whether it's paired with Szechuan pepper and pickled veg or sweet chilli sauce, The Pod deliver a seaside flavour explosion, and are always a hit where ever their truck drops its anchor. What better for a seaside treat with a twist?

The Grub Shed

Chips by the seaside. Quintessentially British, isn't it?The Grub Shedare trading at Swansea Street Food Festival, and they're bringing all the chips. Or should we say... Loaded fries. So, you've got your seaside chips, but with a whole bunch of other tasty add-ons. Dreamy. The Grub Shed carefully select their local producers to compliment their delicious fries and list an eclectic menu, with the likes of beef brisket, bacon or chilli on offer to go with your chippies. Hearty beachside food with a naughty twist.

3 Little Pigs

Another favourite past-time for coastal dwellers is lighting up a barbie at the beach. Hopefully Swansea will be bringing the sunshine, but who's bringing the BBQ? Look no further than3 Little Pigs

, who will be on hand for all of your grilled chicken needs. 

According to this lot, charcoal is an ingredient. Thinking about it, there's nothing quite like the flavour of chicken souvlaki straight from the barbecue. Pairing them with a host of Greek-style ingredients means the 3 Little Pigs gang are nailing down the great sunny past time of bbq'in, and topping it with a Hellenic twist. Expect feta and tzatziki on tap. 


More seafood-y goodness here, as we take a look at what the lovely folk ofAssembellywill be cooking up for you this summer. The main man - Welsh chef Toby Bradley-Watson - has worked in some of the most famous restaurants in the world (including Rick Stein's flagship seafood restaurant in Padstow), so we're buzzing to have him bring his dab hand to Swansea Street Food Festival again this year. Whilst the menu is ever-changing, it's always playing to Toby's strengths in the seafood scene. Whether its salmon or trout, scallops or seaweed, we've no doubt this is as good as seaside delights can get at this year's festival. 

Ice Green

You didn't think we'd write about seaside treats and leave out ice cream, did you?! A trip to the coast isn't complete without a fat scoop of your favourite flavour, so we're pleased to be bringingIce Greenback to Swansea Museum Park with us for 2019. Luxurious, dairy-free and vegan. All your favourite flavours. Saving the planet and chowing down on ice-cream - sounds like a great bank holiday weekend to us. For exclusive info on event announcements, street foodie competitions, and our lovely vendors, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. 





Prepare yourselves for a hot summer! Summer 2019 will see the UK’s number 1 hot pepper sauce, Encona, travel the UK alongside Street Food Warehouse as they join us on this year’s Street Food Festival Tour.Starting in Swansea’s Museum Park, our Street Food Festival Tour in association with Encona kicks off on the 4th May 2019. Encona x Street Food Warehouse’s tasty summer tour stops at nine seaside destinations this summer, so keep your eyes peeled for more event announcements in the near future.A variety of the Encona sauces will be incorporated into a number of independent street food vendors delicious dishes. From low and slow, American style BBQ meat to Malaysian cuisine and seafood specialities, you can try it all at any 2019 Street Food Festival. Better yet, if you love the dishes you’ve sampled, the delicious Encona dishes will have their recipes published on our website, so you can create that street food taste at home!Take this opportunity to become an Encona Taste Explorer and follow the entire tour from destination to destination. Try each vendor’s Encona incorporated dish to become a certified Taste Explorer and bag yourself an Encona x Street Food Warehouse T-Shirt!In the run-up to the festivals, we will be hosting a number of social media competitions and goodie giveaways in association with Encona sauces. Keep a lookout on our social media channels for more information!We’re extremely excited to have Encona on board for this year’s Street Food Festivals, making this summer even hotter!Stay up to date with all of the festival news on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram




The irrepressible rise of street food over the last decade has paved the way for creatives and foodie gurus to combine their talents to deliver food that not only tastes great, put looks funky and unique. Whilst chefs should always be prioritising flavour over anything else, the aesthetic value placed on street food is high. It's one thing to take a bite of something delicious, but there's also plenty of satisfaction in sticking a pic of it on the 'gram, too. With this in mind, we've done some digging to find some of the most colourful dishes being served at Swansea Street Food Festival 2019. There is some serious competition knocking about the Museum Park on May bank holiday (4 - 6 May), and we may only have scratched the surface here. But if you're about the look as well as the taste, this one is definitely for you. 

MURRAY MAY'S: Smoked Lamb Shawarma



Mac and Cheese might get a bit of bad press when it comes to colours. Some may claim there's not a lot you can do with a beige dish, tasty though it may be. Well, The Gourmet Street Kitchen are gonna stop you right there. Behold, their Popeye's Pesto dish. Blending their signature pasta with spinach, goats cheese, peas & pine nuts, as well as some sundried tomatoes, here we have the perfect summery bite for you to tuck into; bright, light and damn tasty. 



If Ron and Lyn of The Dog House know one thing, it's how to whip up a good lookin' dog. From the converted horse box comes a range of meaty delights, and don't they just look incredible. Our pick is their Kaiser Dog, which constitutes of a Vienna Beef Frank Sauerkraut, gherkins, curry ketchup, mustard, potato Salad and Wasabi Crisps. Oh my drool. Their outrageous chilli dog is also worth a mention, which is so tasty that it topped the bill for one of our crew members Jake as his favourite dish of the entire festival season last summer. 


MAKASIH: Beef Rendang

Malaysian heaven awaits at the Makasih stand at Swansea Street Food Festival. The family-run business prides itself on hearty, Malaysian-inspired dishes both meaty and veggie, with the most popular being their gorgeous Beef Rendang. The picture speaks for itself, really - it's so pretty and lovely! Topping their coconut-infused Basmati rice with tender beef, pickle red cabbage, cucumber, coriander, toasted sesame seeds and fresh chilli slices, a flavour-explosion awaits, with a wonderful taste pallet with the colours to match.


BEARDED TACO: Rage Against The Tagine

Street food stalwarts The Bearded Taco are firm favourites for many street-foodies across the country. Sian and Jake, from Cardiff and California, have used their travelling experience as first-hand research in the art of vibrant, tasty and colourful food, which they serve with a smile from their converted transit van - which, once upon a time, was a police riot van! The only ructions it's faced with now though are the big ol' queues for Sian and Jake's tacos. Our colourful pick is their zesty dish, Rage Against The Tagine (nice). Think Moroccan chicken & stone-fruit tagine with all the colourful trimmings; carrot, almond & chickpea slaw, harissa yogurt & fresh coriander. Another seriously summery treat for you guys to enjoy with us in the Swansea sunshine. 


Haven't signed up for a free ticket to Swansea Street Food Festival 2019 yet? Get on it here, and you'll be in with a chance of winning a whole bunch of foodie and cocktail prizes.