Broadstairs Food Festival
The Broadstairs Food Festival will have over 100 stalls showcasing regional produce, a refreshment marquee, a vintage tea parlour, cider house, Chef’s Theatre and a vast selection of kids activities. Promising an all round family fun day.
There will be plenty of opportunity to taste the best of local produce and learn new tricks from the chef demonstrations and learning workshops and plenty to keep the kids entertained too.
The Broadstairs Food Festival is a popular event attracting over 50,000 visitors to the beautiful coastal town in Kent for its Spring Fair. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Broadstairs Food Festival which also holds an AUTUMN FAIR Friday 28th – Sunday 30th September 2018.
The Broadstairs Food Festival is a 3 day event showcasing the very best of food, drink and culinary skills from in and around the Kent area. There is lots of tasting workshops available in the Chefs Theatre where chefs including chefs from Taste of Game (the theatre sponsors) and local chefs demonstrate their culinary skills to the foodie audience.
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