Traders at Southsea Food Festival – 20 and 21 July 2024

A photo of a Tomato stand at Southsea Food Festival

There are over 60 traders attending Southsea Food Festival this year! From local producers and businesses to wonderful dishes from around the world plus Love Southsea Market (on Sat 20 July) and Hampshire Farmers (on Sun 21 July).

Amore Pizza Amore – great pizza.

Baba Dhaba – Pakistani street food

Baja (or Baby Baja) – Portsmouth’s Baja Mexicali pop up serving tacos & quesadillas

Beaky Blinders – Gluten, soya and dairy free baked goods and raw sweet treats offering a large selection of vegan options

Bonita’s – Southsea’s own Mexican restaurant pop up

Butternut Box – a fresh take on great food for our doggie friends

Candy cart – sweet treats

Chip’s and Dip’s – Loaded fries

Churros Olé – Spanish churros with chocolate dipping sauce

Coastguard Studios – Craft beers, wines, spirits & cocktails

Creation Kitchen – Goat curry, oxtail served with jellof rice, plantain and sweet dumplings and salad of your choice.

Crepe Britain – Sweet and savoury crepes

Crepe Roulette – Sweet & savoury crepes made freshly to order with vegan alternatives.

Croxton’s Kitchen & Tap House – Independent kitchen and tap house located in the heart of Southsea

Deutsche Bratwurst Co – Award winning German bratwurst

Downton Distillery – Great Bustard gin from Wiltshire Downs

Fries Love – Gluten-free Belgian chips including tasty sauces and scrumptious toppings.

Greek Souvlaki – Traditional Greek street food

Greekaolives – yummy olives from Greece!

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association – registered charity

Gyroland – Local family-run greek food business serving great Greek street food.

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust – registered charity

HKC Vodka Bar – Southsea’s great cocktail bar

Itadeli – A little taste of Italy…Italian cannoli

Jonah’s Mead Ltd – 6 flavours of mead, the oldest form of alcohol

Justasia – Filipino inspired pan-asian café from North End

KungFu Pan – Takoyaki

Latinofooduk – South American food and fajitas

Limpopo Biltong – Original recipe biltong made in the UK by South Africans

Mighty Spice – family run business making Indian spice mixes

Need Street Food – Burgers, loaded fries, brisket with french dip

Nonna Tonda – Fresh pasta and sauces

Oishibuns – Baos and Asian inspired street food

Olde English fudge – over 50 flavours and hand made

Pasta a gogo – fresh pasta with our signature cheese sauce and topper such as pulled pork, crispy pancetta or meatballs

Peppercoast – Afro Caribbean food including goat curry, jerk chicken, veggie/vegan curry, plantains served with homemade chilli sauce.

Portsmouth Food Guide – offers bespoke food and drink tours, events and local advice

SantYago – Tapas and cocktails

Shenanigans Irish Bar – Guinness Bar

Sicilian Street Food –  Arancini Siciliani, Sicilian hot dogs, pizza by the slice, cannoli plus gelato.

Slap Noodles – fresh noodles hand made daily

Slushie  – iced cold drinks

Spice Island Chilli – Locally made, premium quality chilli condiments

Staggeringly Good Brewery  – Brewing quality beer (and dinosaur puns) in Portsmouth

Stones Throw Kitchen – Plant based hand stretched pizza and legendary arancini balls

Suwannaphum Thai cuisine – Hot Thai street food

Tea Mountain – Portsmouth Tea and the finest teas from China

Thai Bite Mobile Catering – Thai specialities

The Cookhouse Street Food – Loaded Fries: Plain fries, Truffle Cheese Fries, Lamb Filthy Fries and Jalapeno Fries

The Drunken Barman – Mobile bar specialising in Portuguese cocktails

The Island Tea & Coffee Co. – Freshly roasted coffee and blended tea from the Isle of Wight

The Noble Bee – award winning honey and quality candles

The Portsmouth Distillery Co – Sampling and sale of Portsmouth gin and 5 year old rum

The Wicked Bubble Tea Company – Fresh Bubble Tea, Bubble Slush and cold drinks

Twinkles face painting – face painting artist

Valencia Paella – paella

Waffles – sweet waffles

Watkins & Faux – serving a locally sourced homemade menu

Woosabi – Steamed Gua Bao Buns and Donburi with a variety of Asian-inspired fillings from Taiwan, Japan and Korea.

YUM YUM – Chinese food

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