The Kings Heath Street Food Market officially launches on April 8th, in Kings Heath Village Square and will have a host of beauties for Veggies and Vegan foodies.
The Kings Heath Street Food market is officially sponsored by Birmingham Brewing Company. A brand new micro Brewery located in Stirchley, all beers are Vegan friendly.
They will provide a fully stocked and licensed bar at the street food market.
The Brewery recently launched their Pale Brummie and Bitter Brummie Ales both on offer on the day.
Food will come from Veggie Foodie favourites Buddha Belly, with their delicious Vegan friendly Thai Yellow Curry and Jasmine Rice, plus Lightly spiced vegetable noodles, and Baked in Brick which serves pizza and flat breads from a converted mini. They were Named Best of the best at the recent British Street Food Awards.
Dishes from Baked in Brick include: Veggie friendly Margherita pizza, cheesy garlic bread and goats cheese pizza, but no Vegan option it appears.
Buddha Belly deservedly won the people’s choice award at the British Street Food awards.
Vegan Thai curry by Buddha Belly
See my review here:
Other traders on the day include:
The Middle Feast, Street Chef and Hungry Penguin and Libertine.
The Middle Feast will have a veggie burnt aubergine and halloumi kebab and Vegan friendly burnt aubergine kibbeh.
All served in a flat bread or gluten free wrap with fresh salad, hot harrisa, applewood smoked yogurt and honeyed nuts and seeds.
Street chef will have veggie friendly Halloumi fries, handmade mushroom Cajan ketchup and chia seed salad and sweet potato and spinach quesadillas.
But no vegan option.
Libertine will have just salted and cheesy fries. The salted verb vegan friendly also.
Hungry Penguin will have a selection of crepes with selected toppings.
The Full Menu is:
(v) – Vegetarian / (ve) – Vegan / (gf) – Gluten Free / (h) – Halal
Marinated crispy Thai chicken with veg noodles – £7/ (£3.5 Taster) (h)
marinated in thai herbs, coated in a crispy batter and served with veg noodles and homemade sauces
Southern Thai Chicken Curry with Jasmine rice – £6.5 (h)
Succulent chicken, toasted cumin and coriander seed, Jasmine Rice
Southern Thai Vegan Curry with Jasmine Rice – £6 (v) (ve)
#HellaVeg Thai yellow curry with Jasmine Rice
Lightly Spiced Vegetable Noodles – £4 (v)
Chilli chicken quesadillas & black pepper nachos £6 (h)
Halloumi Fries , handmade mushroom cajan ketchup and chia seed salad £6 (v) (gf)
Sweet potato and spinach quesadillas £4.50 (v)
Baked in Brick:
Margherita Pizza (v)
Cheezy Garlic Bread (v)
Goats cheese Pizza (v)
Beef Shin Ragu Calzone
Grass Fed Beef Burger – from £7
Buttermilk Chicken Burger – from £7
Salted Fries – £1.50 (v)(ve)
Cheese Fries – £2.50 (v)
Dirty Fries – £3.50
Children’s Burger – £5
The Middle Feast:
Lebanese chicken kebab with lemon & saffron
Burnt aubergine & halloumi kebab (v)
Burnt aubergine kibbeh (v)(ve)
(All served in a flatbread or gluten free wrap with tons of fresh salad, HOT harissa, applewood smoked yoghurt & honeyed nuts & seeds)
Halloumi Fries (v)
Freshly made crepes with a selection of toppings.
The food market replaces KingshEATh from Brum Yum Yum which had run for three years up to last summer.
The market has now been taken over and run by the All Saints Community Development company who manage the village square.
Looks a fabulous community event with excellent Vegetarian options.
See you there.
Thanks for reading,