Filled with pop-up Street Food Cafes, visitors can enjoy everything from Thai and Lebanese to Greek and American, with a bit of Blighty thrown in for good measure.
Of the fantastic mix of Street Food and drink producers featuring in the catering area, which also hosts the popular live music adding to the festival vibe, more than half are making their Clumber Park debut.
From the succulent BBQ wings and ribs of BoneIdol and the tender Brisket of Sai and Lawrence giving a taste of the USA, to the isle of Jamaica with Devons Kitchen’s callaloo jerk chicken and goat curry. Pad Thai noodles and spring rolls will be served by Srinon Kitchen while Mexican tacos are the ‘dish of the day’ from the Tacoporium.
The flavours of Spain are bought curtesy of Kara’s Kitchen and its Paella while Moor View’s Alpaca Shack provides a meaty offering as does A Taste of Greece which serves up Gyros, Greek kebab and sausage, and Bohns Rubs with its gourmet burgers. Bringing a taste of the sea is Brancaster Bay Shellfish’s Mussel Pod.
Enjoy British Cider by Orchards of Husthwaite and the infamous Red Bus Bar along with Boston Shakers Cocktails and the Bubble Box Yorkshire Prosecco Bar. Rolling Drinks Club bring Espresso Martinis for those who need a boost while Nelly’s bring traditional guest ales.
If you want something sweet to finish off with, there’s Churros from Los Churros Amigos, Ninja Pigs’ ice cream rolls, and Sweet Treat Catering’s Cream Teas. The Little Bubble Box brings the new ‘bubble waffles’ to Clumber Park while the Yorkshire Crepe Co returns with its mouth-watering sweet and savoury crepes.
Alongside the varied menu of around 150 producers on offer with many more featured in the Food & Drink Marquee offering the opportunity to ‘try and buy’, the Festival also boasts a fantastic line-up of celebrity chefs in the Cookery Theatre, Cookery classes for both adults and children, and new for 2018 – the Gin School.
Ticket prices start from just £7 in advance with free entry into Clumber Park included, offering a fantastic saving. Children aged five years and under are also admitted free. Family tickets are available, with entry for two adults and two children up to the age of 16 years, costing from £20. Book your tickets here