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Foodie Alert: Cardiff’s Street Food Circus

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Thu 18 Aug 2016

Foodie Alert: Cardiff’s Street Food Circus

Cardiff’s Street Food Circus is back and, if you’re a foodie, this is the best news you’ve heard since you found out the Welsh capital opened a patisserie and prosecco bar in the city centre!

Read More: Nine Yards: Cardiff’s Answer to Pastries and Prosecco

So, what can you expect from this year’s much anticipated food festival? Well, it launched on August 18th in Sophia Gardens and has already been a huge hit. Here’s why:

You’re Spoilt for Choice

With different food zones: The Farmyard, Singha Street and The Block, as well as a supper club, there’s something here for everyone to tuck into. Street Food Circus aims to please and boy do you feel satisfied after visiting this food festival.

Whether you fancy a sweet treat from Science Cream, an ice cream parlour that serves up seriously delicious ice cream, made using liquid nitrogen, or Greek goodness from Meat and Greek, you won’t be disappointed.

A photo posted by MeatandGreek (@meatandgreek) onAug 7, 2016 at 10:02am PDT

You Can Sit Down and Enjoy Every Bite

Forget trying your best to perch yourself on a patch of grass that’s dry, Street Food Circus has got a certain je ne sais quoi about it. Basically, it’s the bee’s knees. You can sit at picnic tables and soak up the thriving atmosphere under a huge circus top as you devour something delicious.

A photo posted by Louisa Evans (@louisaemilyy) onAug 18, 2016 at 11:39am PDT

You Can Experience Variety

The thing you need to know about the Street Food Circus is that once you go there once, you’ll be back. It’s a given. However, they rotate the vendors over the six week stint so you’ll have the opportunity to try a range of flavours from various vendors no matter how many times you visit!

#streetfoodcircuscardiff 👍😋

A photo posted by Ellis Davies (@thellisdavies) onMay 17, 2015 at 12:44pm PDT

Your Weekends Can be Packed with Food and Fun for Six Weeks

You’re likely to live for the weekends; who doesn’t look forward to turning off their daily alarm? However, your weekends just got a bit more exciting now Street Food Circus has made a comeback. Better again, Thursday just became the new Friday.

That’s right: this independent street food arena is open on Thursday evenings from 5-10pm so if you fancy celebrating the weekend a day early, you know where to go for a tasty bite to eat!

Foodies, you won’t be disappointed with this year’s Street Food Circus so be sure not to miss out! The times are as follows:

· Thursdays/Fridays: 5pm to 10pm

· Saturdays: 2pm to 10pm

· Sundays: Noon to 6pm.

Perfect way to spend a Summer evening #streetfoodcircuscardiff #summernights #pizzaandbeer #goodfoodgoodcompany

A photo posted by Christine Pugh (@christine.pugh) onAug 18, 2016 at 12:27pm PDT

A photo posted by Ronny Oner™ (@onersigns) onJul 26, 2016 at 7:12am PDT

However if you’d like to dine out in the city when Street Food Circus is not up and running, take a look at the following blog posts and discover some of the best places to eat in Cardiff:

The Best Burger Joints in Cardiff

The Best Breakfast Spots in Cardiff