Festival Food

Festival-goers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to what to eat at The Big Feastival!  There will be plenty of choices on the menu and each stand will also be serving up child-friendly portions for little festival-goers.

Take a trip down Street Food Alley and tuck into an exciting menu of dishes featuring the best of the British street food scene:

  • Anna Mae’s
    The original purveyors of pimped up Mac N Cheese, Anna Maes will tantalise your taste buds with their variety of cheeses and toppings.
  • Big Apple Hot Dogs
    Inspired by the street food of New York, Big Apple Hot-Dogs use free-range pork, prime beef and buns fresh from the ovens of local family bakers. What’s not to love?
  • Crêpe Lucette
    For those with a sweet tooth, head to the delicious and downright nutritious Crêpe Lucette for the tastiest crêpes around.
  • Dosa Deli
    Channelling a taste of the Orient, Dosa Deli take inspiration from Asia  - packing their dishes full of veggies whilst still keeping flavours fresh and tasty.
  • The Bowler
    The Bowler serves up handmade meatballs, fish balls and vegetable balls.  Take care not to walk into their grass-covered van, The Lawn Ranger.
  • The Cooking Cooks
    Painting the field red, green and white, The Cooking Cooks serve beautiful and downright delicious Italian cuisine, from fresh hand-made pasta to melt-in-the-mouth gnocchi.
  • What The Dickens
    The lovely chaps behind What the Dickens!  present their take on quintessentially British classics and they’re jolly good.
  • Yu Kyu
    The first mobile Japanese tonkatsu food kitchen to hit London’s street food scene, Yu Kyu is set to deliver authentic Japanese cuisine with a twist.

Still hungry?  With this line up of festival food stands, you won’t be for long:

  • Belazu
    Bringing a little Mediterranean sunshine to the fields of Feastival, Belazu will be plating up a Moroccan-inspired menu for this year’s festival-goers.
  • Cafe Môr
    Using locally sourced and high quality sustainable fish, stop at Cafe Môr for some award winning seafood.
  • Chomp
    If you’re looking for a burger with bite, look no further than The Chomp Truck.  The makers of ‘Bristol’s Best Burger’ are here all weekend.
  • DJ BBQ
    Cooking meat and spinning tunes at the same time, and they both smoke! For the ultimate ‘Catertainment’ experience, seek out the spandex.
  • Higgidy Pies
    Passionate about pies? Head to Higgidy – every pie they produce is handmade and filled with deliciousness.
  • Hix’s FishDog
    Celebrated chef and restaurateur Mark Hix is known for his original take on British gastronomy, aptly demonstrated by Hix’s FishDog – his take on the classic fish finger sandwich.
  • JoHo Soho
    Vivek Singh’s award-winning eatery, Cinnamon Kitchen, is donning its festival attire as Joho Soho prepares to spread an Indian cuisine invasion across the land.
  • Little Jack Horners
    Little Jack Horner’s is committed to producing excellent British comfort food and make some of the tastiest sausage rolls you’ll ever try.
  • Paellaria
    Authentic lip-smacking Paella over at Paellaria where you can immerse yourself in their tribute to sunny Spain.
  • Pieminister
    Pieminister are on a mission to revolutionise the British pie industry and with every ingredient chosen for its excellent flavour and provenance, they get our vote.
  • Riso Gallo
    They have been making Italians happy for 6 generations and now Riso Gallo are bringing their innovative adaptations of classic rice and risotto dishes to The Big Feastival.
  • Rossopomodoro
    Using ingredients sourced in their native Naples region, cooking with traditional wood burning ovens and Pizzaioli, Rossopomodoro put the ‘a’ in authentic.
  • SoulFood
    For a tantalising taste of traditional Caribbean cooking, make a stop at Borough Market favourites Soul Food.
  • The Duck Truck
    The Duck Truck has arrived to bring this nutritious, tasty and mouth-watering meat to hungry festival-goers. It’s like poultry in motion.
  • Viva Foods
    Viva Foods make their festival debut with their Jamie Oliver inspired, Italian menu.  Simple dishes full of flavour and guaranteed to please.

As if that wasn’t enough to whet your appetite, Jamie’s restaurant teams will also be back in 2014 with dishes on the menu from:

  • Barbecoa
    Jamie Oliver’s cathedral to fire and food, Barbecoa, is back and the team are bringing their brand new monster food truck along for the ride.
  • Jamie’s Italian
    Jamie’s Italian is inspired by what Italians are most proud of – rustic dishes that have been tried, tested and loved, using simple, fresh ingredients cooked with love and passion. 
  • Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts
    Taking Jamie’s entertaining approach to food, Fabulous Feasts create delicious food, served in a fresh and exciting way by passionate people.
  • Union Jacks
    Celebrating all that is British, Jamie Oliver and Chris Bianco’s Union Jacks uses the best ingredients to create nostalgic classics.

Campsite Delights:
For those in search of breakfast before the gates to the Main Arena open each morning, fear not!
This year, campers can get their early morning coffee fix and a bacon butty with a difference from our dedicated campsite caterers.

Head towards the Main Arena Entrance and you’ll discover freshly baked breads and pastries from Hedonist Bakery, wholesome homemade granola and muesli by Mama Muesli, caffeine courtesy of The Coffee Bean Company, the chance to ‘build your own bowl’ of deliciousness with Spoon Cereals, and the ultimate bacon sandwich from top chef Bruno Loubet’s new food truck venture Le Swine.

Tuck in!