Festivals Sunday, July 10th

Hereford Indie Food 2017: Street Food + Drinks

Festivals Sunday, July 10th

Hereford Indie Food 2017: Street Food + Drinks

Last year was good. This looks bigger, and better. Here’s a trailer for your tastebuds.

Food

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Rayeesa’s Indian Kitchen – Herefordshire’s curry queen brings the heat, with a changing street food menu over the weekend, and an excuse for you to dig in to a bit of late-night lamb bhuna.

Rocket Pizza – The pop-up version of the world famous Rocket Café on Church Street. Real and rustic. Not to be eaten with a knife and fork.

The Beefy Boys – Crossing Newmarket Street for the weekend, Hereford’s other burger shop crew are bringing their award-winning patties and trucker caps back to Indie Food.

King St Kitchen – Popping up from just around the block, expect cakes and bakes and (possibly?) coconut milk lattes from the Hereford café.

Cyprus Kitchen – Last year the Cyprus Kitchen did a joint pop up with Farmer Tom and it was maybe the best thing we ate all summer. Think loads of meaty Mediterranean goodness. Pass the ouzo.

The Nude Spoon – A kind of indulgent, luxurious ice-cream that’s actually healthy. Clearly some dairy-free devil’s trick, but well worth a few scoops of Rooty Ginger Booty or Sultry Salted Caramel.

Churros Con Chocolate – The Churros girls in their retro van were the smiling centre of last year’s HIF, and their straight doughnuts and deep and dark dipping chocolat-ay is so good it’ll have you smiling just as wide.

The Burger Shop – Playing at home, the Burger Shop are expected to put in a big performance. For the creative carnivores.

Rude Health – Famous for granola so good I can only afford it when it’s on offer at the Sainsbury’s, it’ll be exciting to see what superfood-y snacks are coming out of the Rude Health corner.

Sensory + Rye – the best new café in town specialises in buckwheat pancakes, Buddha bowls and a killer steak sandwich all with a little European steez.

Sir Ollie’s – Making a slow-cooked, grilled beef sandwich so good it deserves that knighthood.

Method Coffee – Trust me, you’re going to need a little Method in all this madness. Getting your coffee poured by the couple that roasted it is a pretty good way of starting your day.

The Mighty Soft Shell Crab – Prepare to be amazed that the best crab you ever tasted just came from a pop up out of Ross-on-Wye.

Fodder Vegan Kitchen – A local institution when it comes to all things green and good for you, Church Street’s Fodder are getting in on the act with a vegan pop up.

Secret Dumpling Club – Having gained a cult following for the Asian-inspired banquets, the SDC also has a short-form version for those who need their bao on the bounce.

Bookshop Kebab pop-up – Farmer Tom Jones is back again handling his meat like no-one else can. Save room for whatever’s coming out of this booth.

Hunter G’s – Newbie specialising in fresh n’ healthy meal-prep, snacks and coffee. Not to be confused for Honey G.

And drinks

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Hereford Beer House – If you swung a cat in the Beer House that poor feline would hit somewhere between 10-85 incredible beers that you’ve probably never heard of. The place is an Aladdin’s cove of alcoholic refreshment. The bar, my friends, is in good hands.

Shack Revolution – These fruity so-and-sos knock out cocktails and good vibes in equal and generous measures. It might look DIY but their drinks are FTW. Be about that #ShackLife.

Chase Distillery – There’s a time in any summer afternoon when nothing hits the spot like an ice cold G and T. And when that moment hits, you’re going to want to find the Chase van. And again. And again.

Read More: what to expect from Hereford Indie Food 2017

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