As well as great beer, gin and cider, Bracknell Ale & Cider Festival has now, for a number of years been serving up some of the best street food locally at the Thames Valley Buses Food Court.
We’ve asked this year’s street food vendors to fire over some details to really get your mouth-watering. Here’s what Fink Street Food are all about.
Who are you?: James Reid, co-founder of Fink Street Food.
How long has the business been running? 3 years
Describe your food offering in one paragraph: Fink is a social enterprise street food trader on a mission to tackle mental health stigma, one bite at a time. Fink uses their exciting street food experiences to raise awareness, tackle negative perceptions of mental ill-health and empower self-care. As a social enterprise, they use the majority of their profits to fund mental health counselling services for young people in Berkshire, in partnership with No5 Young People. Their Middle-Eastern fusion menu is bold, vibrant and guaranteed to please the crowd! Choose from our signature wraps, mezze boxes or loaded fries. #bEATthestigma
What is the big dish you are famous for? The Unit Wrap – chicken shawarma, falafel and crispy halloumi wrap
See the menu at www.eatfinktalk.com
Has Fink Street Food got your taste buds tingling? Make sure you don’t miss them and get your Bracknell Ale & Cider Festival tickets here, or below from our ticket window.