Fancy an alternative to your Sunday roast? Then get down to the Mill Road Feast and sample some of Cambridge’s best locally made food and drink.
Mill Road Feast returns for the first time this year and will take place on Sunday, July 23 from 11am to 4pm at Gwydir Street car park.
More than a dozen local food firms will be pitched up offering some of Cambridge’s best street food.
Market Square favourites Arepas Station will be present, bringing the Latin flavours of Venezuela to Cambridge.
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From those unfamiliar with the arepa, it is a patty made of cornmeal, stuffed with various ingredients to make a sort of Venezuelan sandwich.
Asian cuisine will be provided by popular street food truck The Wandering Yak and The Delhi Deli, while other food stalls include the Cheese and Pie Man, Neides and Cardoso’s Med Falafel.
If you have a sweet tooth there is a lot to choose from, including afternoon teas from Vintage Jo’s as well as local hero Jack Gelato selling some of the best ice cream to be found in the city.
Other sweet things will be on offer from Martha Rosie Bakes, Chimney Cake, Brown Bread and George’s Bakery.
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And to wash it all down, The Juice Box and Beijo Bebidas will be selling freshly made juices and lemonades.
Nicky Massey, newly elected secretary of Mill Road Trade Association, is organising the event along with Tim Jones from Cambridge City Council.
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