Tuck into delicious delights at Yum! Festival of Food and Drink in Hull city centre
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 10 Aug 2017
You can enjoy delicious dishes from all over the world when Yum! Festival of Food and Drink returns this weekend.
The event, taking place from the Rose Bowl fountain into Queens Gardens, will showcase food from Hull and the surrounding area. It will feature 80 businesses so save space as there will be lots to sample.
The food festival, organised by HullBID, will run between 10am and 6pm on Friday, August 11 and Saturday, August 12.
Kathryn Shillito, HullBID city centre manager, said: “The Yum! Festival presents a great opportunity for our food and drink producers and retailers to build their businesses and become established and recognised across the region, whilst maximising on the benefits Hull 2017 brings with added interest and visitor numbers.
“We’re excited that we’ve added a greater variety of food stalls, seeing the event expand fully into Queen’s Gardens.”
Thousands are expected to visit the two-day festival
Food on offer
The array of international delights will take discerning diners on a trip from hearty English favourites through the cuisine of the European, the spice of Asia, the Far East and all the way to the flavours of the Americas, with a Caribbean kick.
Regulars from Hull Street Food Nights, another HullBID event, taking part in Yum! include KerbEdge, Go Dutch Pancakes, Shoot the Bull and Tapasya. Cocoa Chocolatier, Sugar ’n’ Spice and The Tea Shop. That is just a taste of those taking part.
Alcoholic and soft drinks will be served by Oscars, Humber Street Distillery, The Old House and the Yorkshire Brewing Company amongst others.
There will be live music throughout the day while free children’s entertainment will range from face painting, balloon modelling and magic.
There is also crazy golf, giant games, cupcake decorating and healthy cookery classes.
The festival will welcome One Minute Chef and Instagram star, Miguel Barclay, who will call in on Saturday for a lunchtime demonstration ahead of signing his new book at Waterstones on Jameson Street.
For anyone who misses out, the next Hull Street Food Nights, will run in Zebedee’s Yard on Thursday, August 17. It will start at 4pm and run into the evening.
To find out more visit www.yumfestival.co.uk.