Street Feast presents a range of street food traders serving dishes from around the world, including Club Mexicana, Black Bear Burger, Northfield Farm and Salt Shed, to name just a few. Latitude has also revealed a new Theatre of Food, an immersive stage showcasing live cooking sessions and demonstrations from chefs, writers, bakers and mixologists. BBC Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet will also be recording a special episode at the event, presented by the restaurant critic and Masterchef judge Jay Rayner.
Melvin Benn, managing director of Festival Republic, commented: “I am incredibly pleased to welcome Street Feast to this year’s Latitude, adding to the already impressive line up. Food has become a vital part of the festival experience, and being the first major festival to offer some of Street Feast’s most exciting vendors is a true milestone. Plus with Theatre Of Food’s debut and The Kitchen Cabinet recording a special episode, Latitude is the perfect festival for those who have an appetite for both talent and food.”
Jonathan Downey, founder of Street Feast, added: “This summer, we are very pleased to be bringing more than 80 of the greatest street food traders (from London, Suffolk and around the country) to Latitude. We’ve made it our mission to create the freshest ever festival food line-up and our trader game is strong.”