Here’s something a little different for your Sunday lunch next week. Kings Heath’s Brum Yum Yum has teamed up with The Vegan Grindhouse to launch Birmingham’s first ever meat-free street food market.
‘Brum Yum Yum Goes Veggie’ on Sunday 19th July at Kings Heath Village Square, from 11am-5pm, will feature Birmingham’s leading street food chefs showcasing an entirely vegetarian menu with vegan options available on each stall.
Duncan Stanley, BYY founder said: “I’m so happy to be presenting an all-veggie street-food show. We’ve always set out to prove that street-food isn’t just about the meat-in-a-bun classics and I firmly believe that a lot of the best street-food out there is served up by the vegan and veggie traders.”
You’ll recognise The Vegan Grindhouse from Eat Street in Leamington, 1st Thursdays in Rugby and Digbeth Dining Club in Brum. Husband and wife team Andy and Lisa travel the Midlands in their truck ‘Artie’, serving Americana street food and desserts. Think an American 1950s style diner, with gourmet hot dogs, chilli dogs, gourmet burgers, nachos, shakes, cookies and ice cream but without the guilty conscience.
In addition to street food, the event will showcase local musicians, Twisted Barrel Ales from Coventry along with organic fruit and vegetables, crafts, cruelty-free skincare, cakes and a juice bar.