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These 5 Manchester Street Food Traders Are Officially Among The UK’s Best

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Street food markets and pop-ups are booming in Manchester – whatever the weather.

And now five of our best have been recognised by the national British Street Food Awards.

These five have won the hearts – and tummies – of people across their region, and will now go through heats, along with other businesses from Edinburgh, Leeds, Brighton, Belfast and Birmingham.

The ultimate British champion is set to be named at the British Street Food Awards in Manchester on September 16 and 17, then on to the European awards in Berlin.

So here are our runners and riders – if you haven’t tried them, get to it.

Chaat Cart

Beat Street8

Southern Indian cuisine with colourful, fresh flavours and vegan options available, the team are set to open in Marple soon.

They’re part of the new event at Alphabet
Brew Tap and Food Yard on Saturday, May 20. More on their website and Twitter.

Dim Sum Su

The masters of all things Bao, Dim Sum and Hong Kong dining.

Saturday, May 6, the guys are at Alphabet as above. Go online or onto Twitter to get more details.

Blue Caribou

Authentic Québec-style poutine in the North West. Squeaky cheese curds, gravy and fries. 

Dig in this Friday at Levenshulme Market, or track them on Twitter or online.

What The Truck?

US-style food including philly cheese steak sandwiches dispatched from a fun food truck that’s always on the move.

They’re over in Leeds at the moment, more from Trinity Leeds on that – and follow WTT on Twitter.

Mac Daddies

Macaroni maestros who add sparkle to pots of cheese and toppings.

Find them at GRUB at Mayfield on June 9 and 10 or on Twitter here.

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