The champion of the 2011 British Street Food Awards will be trading next to champions of a different kind next year – when they set up shop in the Olympic Village for London 2012. It’s an amazing prize, which is why the announcement of the 14 finalists is so eagerly awaited this year. They come from all over Britain – and each one is a potential gold medallist.
TheAwards, judged by a panel of food experts including Richard Corrigan and Antony Worrall Thompson, will take place at Harvest on Jimmy Doherty’s farm from September 9-11. With everything from jhal muri (served out of a little truck, decked out like an Indian temple), to fresh pizza (cooked over a wood-fired oven in a vintage van), they promise to be more hotly contested than ever. And so without further ado here is the moment you have all been waiting for………
Café Mor [Pembrokeshire]Lulabelle’s [Yorkshire]Wholefood Heaven [London]The Ginger Comfort Emporium [Lancashire]Flying Ducks [Surrey]The Fish Hut [Suffolk]The Laughing Stock [Edinburgh]Churros Bros [London]Hall’s Dorset Smokery [Dorset]Street Kitchen [London]Lemon Jelli [Devon]Jalopy Pizzas [Dorset]Chilli Gone Barmy [Suffolk]Kolkata Street Food Experience [London via Kolkata]
If you fancy tasting their goods then head along to the farm on Sept 9th – 11th where you’ll also be able to vote for the hotly-contested Best Looking Mobiler. Judges of the awards include Anthony Worrall Thompson, Richard Corrigan, Jan Matthews, Fay Ripley, and Bob Fox.
Form more info check out: britishstreetfood.co.uk