Steet food served up at Orpington festival

PUBLISHED: 14:38 19 August 2016 | UPDATED: 14:38 19 August 2016

Eats from the Street. Image by Guy Hinks.

Eats from the Street. Image by Guy Hinks.

Guy Hinks

The event will feature a range of dishes from around the world

A new food festival in Orpington this weekend will give local shoppers the chance to discover the world’s latest street food dishes.

Nugent Orpington’s Eats from the Street event will feature everything from traditional Thai noodles and broths to authentic Polish stew and dumplings.

Peckish Catering will also be treating locals to Texan-style brisket and coleslaw.

Street food stalls will be dishing up at Nugent between 11am and 6pm on Saturday and Sunday, and visitors will be able to enjoy their food in style in a converted double decker Routemaster bus turned seating area.

Daniel Kane, Nugent’s centre manager, said: “It’s fantastic to be launching Eats from the Street at the centre this year.

“Street food is continuing to grow in popularity, with people keen to sample the latest culinary trends. The festival is a celebration of this, and gives local food traders the chance to come together and share their fantastic food creations with our shoppers.

“We’d encourage the region’s foodies to come along, try something different and hopefully discover a new favourite dish.”

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