For 5 whole days from the 2-6th April (Thursday-Monday, Easter Bank Holiday) Central Square at BrindleyPlace Birmingham will be transformed into one of the largest street food markets with over 15 traders per day. Billed as a celebration of home grown talent and the fantastic food scene that Birmingham has to offer it promises to be a vibrant and lively foodie weekend, and will host some brilliant Vegetarian friendly street food traders.
Organised by I Need Catering, Lucy Darby the main host has organised a brilliant line up.
On all 5 days Veggie Foodie favourites The Vegan Grindhouse will be present, showcasing their 100% plant based Vegan burgers, chilli, and a number of other superb dishes.
Plus Veggie Foodie favourites Barebones Pizza will be present for 5 Days also. With superb pizzas, and their delicious Vegetarian and Vegan pizzas.
The Vegan Grindhouse
Plus Pip’s Hot Sauce will be presenting an exclusive Vegan hot sauce in conjunction with The Vegan Grindhouse and running a competition New Mystery Sauce challenge- where you have to guess the correct ingredients in Pip’s Fantastic new sauce to win a 90 minute workshop with Circus MASH @circusMash.
Also there for 5 days are The London Pie and Mash Company who will have a Roasted Vegetable pie with gravy for Vegetarians. Yummy!
Also appearing will be Vegetarian friendly Becky’s Bhajis (Thursday only) Bournville Waffle, and Hibiscus Grove South East Asian Cuisine (friday-Monday) and Delize Italian (Friday only).
Also veggie friendly Muy Loco Tacos who will be serving Tacos with a twist.
The line up includes:
Thursday 2nd April:
The Vegan Grindhouse, Barebones Pizza, Becky’s Bhajis, Fat Duck Spuds, London Pie and Mash Co’, Toby’s Tacos’, Sticky Fig
Friday 3rd April
The Vegan Grindhouse, Barebones Pizza, Delize Italian, leave it to Esme-Caribbean, Bournville Waffle, Hibiscus Grove, Fat Duck Spuds, London pie and mash.
Saturday 4th April
The Vegan Grindhouse, Barebones Pizza, Leave it to Esme, Bournville Waffle, Hibiscus Grove, Toby’s Tacos, Savannah Grill.
Sunday 5th April (Easter Sunday)
The Vegan Grindhouse, Barebones Pizza, Leave it to Esme, Toby’s, Bournville Waffle Company, Savannah Grill, Hibiscus Grove.
Monday 6th April
The Vegan Grindhouse, Barebones Pizza, leave it to Esme, Bournville Waffle, Toby’s, Hibiscus Grove.
The Easter Street Food Market will also have CircusMASH performing a fred community showcase (the production is called ‘Spring Up’) and will be offering free workshops from 2pm-4pm on Saturday and Sunday.
CircusMASH were at Lunar Festival last year and have appeared on This Morning on TV.
Also Drum Together Brum will be doing a few performances throughout the weekend.
For full details of the line up follow @ineedcatering on Twitter and on Facebook.
It promises to be a brilliant Easter Weekend of Street Food INC goodies. Hopefully the sun will shine and the rain will keep away.
Any more information that comes my way I will add to my post.
Thanks for reading.
8 thoughts on “Street Food INC comes to BrindleyPlace Birmingham City Centre 2-6 April ”
First time I hear about it, sounds pretty interesting! 🙂
It’s going to be a good event, lots of different vendors and good for veggies and vegans. Thanks for your comment.
Good write up Andy! Just so you know, the London pie and mash company will be at the event everyday. As well as traditional pie and mash we will also be serving a delicious vegetarian option of roasted vegetable pie with gravy.
Thank you on both counts, great, that maybe my lunch on Thursday taken care of 🙂 I will amend my post. See you later this week.
Will be a great event , looking forward to it
It should be enjoy the time you have there. Thanks
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Thanks for the re blog, it’s very much appreciated. 😊🍴👍