If you are in Stirling on Saturday then you might want to head along to Feast-ival, Stirling’s first street food festival. It will take place at Stirling’s Old Town Jail yard.
Along with street food from around the world, the organisers are promising entertainment, drinks and fun stuff for kids.
Street food vendors include:
Fire in Babylon – West Indies inspired dishes
Harajuku Kitchen – authentic Japanese cuisine (look out for an Edinburgh opening in Tollcross)
Babu Bombay Kitchen – wholesome homemade curries
Loving Food – cooking up some South American inspired delights
The festival runs from 11am to 4pm and features live music from Puff Uproar and the Shimmering Sound Affair, Tom Foolery and Steven Kemp.
The event will also feature screenings of the classic children’s movie, The Iron at the cinema club which is being held in the old town jail. Stirling Whisky Shop will also be at the event hosting whisky tastings.
Loving Food have a blog which makes for fascinating reading if you have any interest in Scotland’s fledgling street food scene.
The event is free to attend and has something for foodies, families and friends. Book your free ticket at www.creativestirling.org/events/creative-stirling-cic-presents-feast-ival.