The Falafel Prophecy Falafel Quest was a lot fun. It showed the excellent range on offer across the country, but the winner – the North East’s finest Papa Ganoush – won by some margin, which was very much to their credit but in some ways a shame to see the competition so comprehensively bested.Signage Since …

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Nice & Cheesy It was a sad day when The Arches in Glasgow shut down. Aside from serving me a memorably good meal a few years back, it had been a stalwart of much creative endeavour and outright fun.Stalls It was good news all round when a new street food market offering call Platform announced …

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J&W Catering On a previous bus journey to the west of the city, I’d spied a profusion of burger vans and so on in the South Gyle business parks and industrial estate. I made a note to visit next time a relevant bus brought me nearby.Van When I had to collect a parcel from the …

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Street of Beijing Where No1 Sushi traded for many years, Street of Beijing has recently taken over. As the name suggests, it focusses on Chinese street food dishes which sounded quite intriguing to me. I popped in to check it out.Exterior The set-up is much as before with the sushi counter morphed slightly into a …

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Grub at Fairfield Social To round out our highly enjoyable Manchester weekend, we headed down to the Fairfield Social just behind Piccadilly Station for the regular Grub street food event. This weekend it had a strong beer emphasis with a tokened event running across two main bars in the former industrial space. This showcased some …

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