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Goierri foods

Goierri foods -My aim and philosophy is not just to offer well known Spanish dishes such as paella but to make known to people in the UK the wonderful variety of delicious dishes which originate from Spain and, more specifically, the Basque Country, prepared in a completely authentic way.

Dosa Tom

Dosa Tom- We are a Vegan, gluten free new street food start up selling the South Indian staple: Masala Dosa. After travelling in India we fell in love with dosas (its said that 40 million dosas are eaten in India every day!) and after 15 years of teaching Tom decided to take the plunge and leave the classroom to launch Dosa Tom and spread the dosa love in Somerset and beyond! A dosa is a fermented rice & lentil pancake  with masala potato curry inside and served with coconut chutney and a gorgeous poriyal on the side. Nutritious & delicious! This will be our 3rd ever event and we are very excited!


Roulsties was founded in Bristol to bring the nations home comfort toastie to the street food market in and around the city. Inspired by the London street food market success, and despite being blow-ins to Bristol from Ireland, we are bringing a diverse product to the markets offering you something different – you gotta have an extra little edge these days right? Being one of a kind in Bristol, we have locally sourced Sourdough bread and Smith’s Lane Cheddar to showcase the lovely street treats this fine city has to offer!! Never compromising on quality, Roulsties offers a range of fine toasties with great tasting fillings to satisfy many hungry tummies.

Elspeth’s Kitchen

We all want to have a naughty treat now and then to satisfy our sweet cravings. Elspeth’s Kitchen is a company with a twist. We take our passion for healthy and wholesome ingredients and combine them together to make treats that are nourishing and nowhere near as naughty as they look!

Little Jack Horners

Little Jack Horners – we make sausage rolls. Big fat proper juicy ones and I love them. For too long have they been sidelined as drab and depressingly stodgy additions to a picnic or buffet. With grey ’meat’. Terrible. We’re making them the way they should be  – crispy light handmade pastry and excellent pork. But it’s about more than just shoving meat into pastry, you have to get the recipes right, and I think these ones have been nailed.

Eat Well, Laugh Often, Love Much.

We have some great events coming up in 2014 and we’d love you to be a part of them. We’ll be returning to some of our regular venues as well as setting up in some new locations.

We are particularly excited to be hosting a three day Love Food Festival in Millennium Square as part of Bristol Food Connections in May and to be further developing our partnership with Westonbirt in August at Tree Fest.

Our one day events are still very close to our hearts and we’ll be kicking off the year at our colourful Paintworks home with our annual Spring Festival on March 30th where we’ll be celebrating the clocks going forward and the start of a new season in a truly delicious fashion. We’ll then be taking up residence at Dyrham Park for three festivals throughout the warmer months. Midsummer will be celebrated at the very elegant Kings Weston House in North Bristol.

As well as providing great locations for people to trade at and to enjoy shopping at we’ll also be expanding our children’s areas this year and looking to further cement the connection between the seasons, the land and our food. We hope you’ll join us on our food loving mission!

The dates are listed as hearts on the calendar to the left and also on the venue buttons above.

If you’d like to apply to trade at one of the events, please hit the apply button.

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