FOOD TRUCKS: FAST FOOD
An increasing number of festivals and outdoor events through the Nineties meant that more people needed to be catered for remotely: cue the advent of the artisan food truck. A shiny new generation emerged, combining quirky concepts with gourmet food. Their appeal is a combination of carefully produced dishes at lower prices than in restaurants (Café Môr in Pembrokeshire offers half a lobster
with Welsh Sea black butter for £10) and playful themes. Some of our favourites are beef specialist The Bell & Brisket, and the brilliantly named I Should be Souvlaki.