Tukka Tuk Street Food Rolls into Roath Yard this Easter!

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Fans of cutting edge street food are in for a treat over the Easter weekend, (31st March – 01 April) when our Tukka Tuk mobile kitchen once again rolls into the Roath Yard, Street Food Circus.

Set in an abandoned former dairy yard off City Road, Cardiff, the event theme has been inspired by Joshua v Parker fight taking place at the Principality Stadium, and has been titled the ‘Easter Weekend Food Brawl.’

As well as Tukka Tuk favourites, our famous Kerala Fried Chicken, will be competing against signature dishes from 10 traders serving up their goodies at the event, for the coveted Golden Fork award. 

To complete the tasty line-up four pop-up bars and a coffee merchant, making this a must-visit event on Cardiff’s famous Global Food Mile. 

“At the heart of SFC is our mission to revolutionise the dining options of the City by creating theatrical and immersive food events inspired by empty spaces, whether your a resident looking to hangout or a visiting for the weekend the Food Brawl will be THE place to eat and drink and hangout over the Easter Weekend,” say the organisers.

Easter Weekend 31st March – 01 April

Friday: 6pm – 10pm

Saturday: 12pm – 10pm

Sunday: 12pm – 10pm

Visit:  streetfoodcircus.co.uk

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