Traders

Showcasing the very best food and local produce Kent has to offer, the Canterbury Food & Drink Festival boasts around 120 traders. Food and drink to craft and so much more, here’s what you’ll find within the Dane John Gardens walls

 

 

Carrington Foods

“Chilli sauces, spice rubs and chilli infused oils all made in Kent.”

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Crumbs Cakes

“Faversham-based bakery & cake decorator, using local and home grown produce.”

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Heavenly Sausage

“The mightiest Sausages & Dumplings on Earth! It would be a sin not to have one…”

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Mighty Fine Things

“Makers of deliciously different fruit spirits & cordials. Fresh food and nothing wasted.”

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Rad Burger

“Slap up street food for the masses. All our burgers are free range, served on a toasted glazed brioche bun ​and finished off with a good squeeze of lemon and a twist of pepper.”

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Riverford Organic

“Award-winning seasonal organic veg boxes and more – fresh from our farm, bursting with flavour, and delivered free to your door.”

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Sylvia & Terry Fine Kentish Chocolates

“Fine handmade fresh chocolates with fresh Kentish cream. Handmade confectionary, macarons and plenty more.”

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Sabores

“Venezuelan and Ecuadorian Latin-fusion food.”

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Spanish Homemade

“Authentic paella using the best ingredients imported from Spain and always cooking with 100% with Extra Virgin Olive Oil.”

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Stoned Pizza

“Delicious wood fired food that’ll rock your world. Our ingredients are the best we can find… Organic stone ground flour from Dorset, plum tomatoes from Italy, cave-aged Tuscan salame and more.”

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Taco Bill

“Authentic and mouthwatering Mexican soft corn tacos.”

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Taste Of Thailand

“Freshly made Thai dishes, including pad Thai, traditional Thai curries, stir fries, sweet and sour dishes and plenty more.”

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The French Comté

“We are a couple of young Franc-Comtois, with a passion for food, wine and the artisan traditions of our native region of France. Bringing the flavours of our mountains to the UK, we specialise in the products of our region, especially cheese, charcuterie, and wine.”

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The Kent Cider Company

“We use a large range of interesting and unusual fruits in the production of our award winning ciders. Heritage varieties from our own orchards are blended with traditional Kent orchard fruits.”

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The Korean Cowgirl

“A unique blend of subtlely-spiced oriental cuisine and the big, brash smoked BBQs of the Texas Panhandle.”

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The Larder

“Philly cheese steak sandwiches, 100% steak Burgers all locally and ethically sourced.”

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The Meat & Potato Company

“Pan friend garlic and herb potatoes topped with a selection of delicious slow cooked meat including beef brisket, pork shoulder and juicy salt beef. There’s even a vegetarian option and it’s completely gluten free.”

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The Woodman & His Wife

“Coppiced and reclaimed wooden wares for the home and garden.”

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Vinn Goute

“Seychelles street food at its best. Curries, exotic fish, spicy food”

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Whitstable Oyster Company

“Whitewashed former oyster store turned world-renowned seafood restaurant, serving produce straight from the sea.”

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Willobeans

“Barista style coffee served from the Willobeans Coffee Distillery. We make our delicious coffee from Willoblend beans which is our own secret recipe, these are sourced locally, then blended and roasted in Rochester, Kent.”

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Live Music

People travel from far and wide for the smörgåsbord of mouth-watering food and drink options, but the bandstand is the beating heart and soul of the Canterbury Food & Drink Festival

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Urban Food Tour

A series of workshops produced in partnership with some of Canterbury’s best-loved food and drink producers

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Produced in Kent

The home of all things Kent, The Produced in Kent area boasts over 40 of the finest local food and craft stalls

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FAQs

Need to know something about the Canterbury Food & Drink Festival or Urban Food Tour sessions, you’ll probably find the answer here

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Digital Guide To Canterbury

A bespoke Google map detailing all the places of interest you might want to visit beyond the Dane John Gardens walls

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