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25 – 29 July 2018

Celebrating the Finest Scottish Produce

 

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Edinburgh Food Festival

 

Edinburgh Food Festival has gone from strength to strength since its launch in 2014, hosting top industry figures such as Carina Contini, Shirley Spear, Tom Lewis, Guy Grieve and Neil Forbes. The event welcomed over 25,000 visitors in 2017.

The free Festival welcomes visitors of all ages to George Square Gardens, with stallholders offering everything from Alandas Gelato and Fish & Chips (East Lothian) to Jarvis Pickle pies (Berwickshire) and Chick & Pea street food (Edinburgh). Quenching thirsts throughout the five days are a selection popular drinks brands, including Fyne Ales from Argyll.

With quality Scottish food at the heart of it, the festival is a fantastic introduction for visitors to see just a soupçon of what Scotland’s larder has to offer.

 

 
“It’s been a real pleasure to be part of the Edinburgh Food Festival. In our three Edinburgh restaurants, we’re proud to be working alongside over 70 independent suppliers, ensuring we can guarantee the sourcing and provenance of all our dishes. A festival celebrating just that is a delight to be partnered with. Long live the Edinburgh Food Festival scene!”
 
— Carina Contini, Owner of Edinburgh’s Contini George Street, Cannonball Restaurant & Bar and The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant

STALLS & STREET FOOD

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TALKS & DEBATES

  SATURDAY 28th of July    4 PM    'The Great Gin Debate'   The Great Scottish Gin Debates continues with host Blair Bowman and made up of a panel including industry influencers, brand owners, distillers with food and drinks bodies, all whom want to drive the future of gin in Scotland.  The debates are now into there 2 year and the discussions centre around production, regulation, transparency of the industry with the consumers in mind.  

SATURDAY 28th of July

4 PM

'The Great Gin Debate'

The Great Scottish Gin Debates continues with host Blair Bowman and made up of a panel including industry influencers, brand owners, distillers with food and drinks bodies, all whom want to drive the future of gin in Scotland.  The debates are now into there 2 year and the discussions centre around production, regulation, transparency of the industry with the consumers in mind.  

MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED.......

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