Street Food Heroes event heading to Royston

PUBLISHED: 16:02 19 July 2018 | UPDATED: 16:03 19 July 2018

Street food is coming to Royston tomorrow evening. Picture: Danny Loo

Street food is coming to Royston tomorrow evening. Picture: Danny Loo

Danny Loo Photography 2017

It’s all about chicken, churros and more at Royston’s Priory Memorial Gardens tomorrow evening – as street food vendors roll into town.

The Street Food Heroes event will see stalls take over the town centre park from 4pm, to serve up a variety of culinary delights.

Stalls you can expect are La Flamenca Churros, Uncle G’s Gourmet Fried Chicken, StrEats, Soul Shack, I Am Dumpling and Jacks Smoke Shack.

DJ Ross will be providing the music, and The Banquet Inn will serve drinks from their van.

It’s free entry into the event, which will go on until until 9pm.


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