Visitors to Chesham were singing for their supper –
AN EXCITING new street food market launched in Chesham at the weekend.
Fiesta Street Food Market takes the Asian style of street eating – that has become a popular trend in London and America – to the town’s High Street.
Held from 10am until 3pm, entry was free and organisers brought the same vibe, flavour and fun seen all over the world to Bucks.
Organisers said: “Street food is the most exciting thing happening in eating out right now.
“Our team of highly passionate street food traders will create a festival atmosphere at the market each week.
“Our aim is to bring people together to eat in a casual, carefree way. “They can move from stall to stall, graze, and chat with the chefs whilst watching their food being cooked in front of them.
“We have street food traders with not only a mouth wateringly good food offer, but also an eye for stylish presentation and beautiful stalls – expect food from Peruvian and Bulgarian Street Food to American Smokehouse BBQ – served from quirky stalls and vintage vans.”
Tasty treats: Oliver Mackender and Harry Golcochea Perez serve up some Peruvian dishes
Pizza the action: Yana Parikos from Wood Fired Pizza
On the road: Jonathan Duff dishes up from a 1966 converted Ford Transit
Tuning in: The sounds of Peru with panpipes and, right, singing