Streatham Food Festival returns – with a difference

The Streatham Food Festival is back with a difference for 2020.

The new look festival will take place throughout September, showcasing the incredible range of global food on offer in Streatham to eat in or take away.

The Food Festival aims to encourage residents and visitors to the area to take a Streatham ‘Taste Staycation’.

Each participating restaurant, cafe or bar will showcase their signature dish with a special offer of between £7 and £10, valid for the length of the festival, giving people plenty of time to taste their way around Streatham, avoiding crowds and trying the fabulous food available on their doorstep.

Confirmed restaurants so far include Boyce de Roca, Italian Bistro, La Fresca, The Manor Arms, Nar Cafe Bistro, Perfect Blend, The Real Jerk and Tribe.

A map detailing participating restaurants and their offer will be available via and

In addition a weekly online cooking demonstration will showcase the variety of cuisine on offer in the area, too, giving people the chance to learn some of their favourite Streatham dishes.

One event will take place each week for four week, featuring a different course each week and a cocktail class for the final week, creating a three course Streatham menu and cocktail.

To keep up to date on news about the Streatham Food Festival follow @streathamfood (Twitter and Instagram) and @streathamfoodfestival (Facebook).


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