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Swansea’s Street Food Friday Returns


Popular Street Food Friday returns today at Unit Nineteen on Little Wind Street. It’s the biggest one to date with ten traders selling delicious street food to an early evening crowd. The bumper list of traders includes:

  • Babita’s Spice Deli – Indian dishes & snacks
  • Taste of Persia – falafel wraps, baklava and Persian delights
  • Mr Croquewich – grilled cheese sandwiches (made famous by Holly Willoughby)
  • The Meat & Greet Co – loaded fries
  • Popty Pizza – wood-fired pizzas
  • Pop Cycle – dessert lollies, hot drinks and pop-tails
  • Gower Seafood Hut – hot and fresh seafood snacks
  • Little Ele’s Kitchen – Spanish tapas
  • Mr Nice Pies – hot vegan pies
  • Bwydiful – artisan meaty burgers

Multiple vegan options will be available. The Unit Nineteen pop-up bar will be selling guest craft-ales from Swansea brewery West by Three. Wine, cider and prosecco will be supplied by ND John Wine Merchants. Talented singer songwriter Sarah Passmore will be performing live.

The family friendly evening kicks off at 5pm and runs until 9:30pm. It is managed by creative regeneration agency Urban Foundry and sponsored by Swansea BID and City & County of Swansea as part of their work promoting Swansea’s early evening economy.

Unit Nineteen is located on Little Wind Street, Swansea SA1 1EE. In addition to Street Food Friday, it also runs family play sessions, yoga classes and workshops and is launching a new live music night promoting local songwriters – the first one will be on October 21st and is called LIVE Saturday.

Little Wind Street is located at the bottom of Wind Street and the entire street has been recently transformed into a work of urban art – plus a brand new sign erected.

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