THE first Asian Street Food Market arrives at Gloucester Quays later this month.
Asian street food is incredibly popular with many who want to try the spicier dishes.
Instead of traveling to Bangladesh to sample Asian delicacies, you can try them right at your doorstep in Gloucester, which is renowned for its diverse markets.
This is a great opportunity to try a variety of Asian cuisines from various countries, some of which are Vietnamese, Filipino, Malaysian, Sri Lankan, Japanese, Chinese, Nepalese, Thai, Indian, and Tibetan.
There will be up to 25 stalls with street food, desserts and alcohol on the weekend of October 30 and 31.
Street food dishes on offer probably include the classic Thai dish Pad Thai and Vietnamese Pho.
The ingredients of your favorite curry will necessarily be offered.
It’s also a place to find that elusive ingredient you might be looking for and won’t find in any UK supermarket.
Above all, the Asian Street Food Market gives visitors the opportunity to try dishes they might never have eaten before and in doing so, it is hoped that they will also learn a bit about Asian culture as well. .
This event, which is free to attend, aims to preserve Asian culture and heritage by making them accessible to a wider audience.
This will give the community a chance to further appreciate and explore Asia’s rich and diverse heritage through food and drink.
Event organizer Joséphine Laurence from Borneo started the Asian Food Market because she wants to bring the uniqueness of Asia to rural areas of the UK.
Operates from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. (5 p.m. end Sunday) at Orchard Square, Gloucester Quays (GL1 5SH).