On the face of it it doesn't sound like your ideal setting for any kind of festival, a cemetery. But we're talking here about Arnos Vale Cemetery.
The street food scene in Bristol isn't big, but with quality like the stalls on offer here it's bound to grow.
After a bit of a stroll around to check out the stalls we opted to kick things off with some oysters from The Glorious Oyster.
In fact, we enjoyed them so much we went back for more after we'd finished working our way around the other stalls. Second time round we kept it classic. The missus went for the shallot dressing, delicious by all accounts.
I loaded up with a few shakes of Tabasco, a squeeze of lemon and a hint of black pepper. For all that oysters have a delicate taste, it's surprising what they can match with.
It would be impossible for me to go to a street food festival and not eat meat. Luckily I had 2 great options at the Streat UK food festival at Arnos Vale Cemetery.
The sounds and smells of meat cooking over coals meant I was compelled to go to the BBQ & Jerk Stop stall.
We shared some BBQ Rum wings which were delicious, and a bargain at £3.50. Even the missus thought they were delicious and she has a weird thing against wings.
More meat satisfaction came Bagel Boy.
It's a lovely place, Arnos Vale Cemetery, and all the better for being restored. Hopefully events like this will help bring people into the place, aside from those that inevitably end up here that is!
If you want know more have a look at the websites of Streat Food Collective and Arnos Vale Cemetery.