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Eat Reading 2018

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Eat Reading 2018

Eat Reading 2018 is a street banquet for Reading. An extravagant array of street food will appear on Broad Street for Reading’s annual foodie festival on  2 & 3 June 2018.


Eat Reading is Reading town centre’s annual outdoor culinary celebration as 30  food stalls take over  Broad Street for one weekend.


Visitors to Eat Reading will be able to sample mouth-watering cuisine from around the world, including creamy and delicious Portuguese cheeses and meats, succulent British sausages, expertly prepared authentic Thai dishes and perfectly seasoned Greek Souvlaki – to name a few of the 30 stalls


A giant dining table will be the place to enjoy your food and make some new friends in the centre of Broad Street. There will be entertainment in the form of Reading’s very own steel drum band, RASPO.


Eat Reading 2018 is managed by Southern Market Traders, who operate the successful CHOW street food market in Reading every Friday.


Bobby Lonergan, manager of Reading Business Improvement District, said: “Eat Reading is an exciting date in Reading’s calendar, bringing talented food businesses to Broad Street to showcase their culinary skills.


“Eat Reading has been a huge success in previous years attracting thousands of people to Reading town centre to enjoy the world on a plate. The BID is delighted to  bring the authentic flavours of the world to the heart of Reading in a two-day event of good food, good vibes and – fingers crossed – good weather.”


Full list of traders at Eat Reading 2018:

  • Hotel Mercure: Indian curries and street food / Sat & Sun

  • Malmaison: French Brasserie inspired / Sat

  • Bubble Tea: Various Bubble Tea concoctions / Sat & Sun

  • Serra De Estrela World: Portuguese cheeses, meats, salads and more / Sat & Sun

  • Parsons Nose: Gourmet British burgers and sausages / Sat & Sun

  • Ciabatta Grill: Grilled ciabatta’s with a range of fillings / Sat & Sun

  • Soul Delicious: West African and Caribbean inspired street food / Sat

  • Kung Fu Pan: Japanese octopus and Chinese dim sum / Sat & Sun

  • JJ’s Thai Next to Flowers: Thai Food / Sat & Sun

  • Bratwurst UK: Bratwurst sausages and meats / Sat & Sun

  • Legends Food: Mediterranean chicken and Greek Souvlaki / Sat & Sun

  • Vegivores: Vegan street food / Sat & Sun

  • Mo Mo’s Dumplings: Dumplings, katsu rice and chow mein / Sat & Sun

  • Thai Smile Restaurant: Thai food / Sat & Sun

  • Catering NYI Ltd: Hot smoked salmon, halloumi, meat loaf and meat balls / Sat & Sun

  • Crocus Paella: Paella seafood and chicken / Sat & Sun

  • Authentique: Bread and cakes / Sun

  • Pitta-Pitta: Souvlaki and churros / Sat & Sun

  • Cantina El Burrito: Mexican street food / Sat & Sun

  • Leymoun: Falafel, shawarma, halloumi / Sat & Sun

  • Sharian’s Cuisine: Jamaican jerk, pork, mutton and chicken / Sat & Sun

  • Angel Caribbean Cuisine: Caribbean street food / Sat & Sun

  • Red Chilli Shop: Smoking chicken, jerk chicken and duck wraps / Sat & Sun

  • Noodles & Co: Noodles / Sat & Sun

  • Thomas Peak – Pick N’ Mix / Sat & Sun

  • Thomas Peak – Churros / Sat & Sun

  • Marie Bell & Sons: Rare breed burgers / Sat & Sun

  • Peppercoast: Caribbean street food / Sat & Sun