A Gluten-Free Street Food Festival Is Coming To Camden In May

Helen Graves
By Helen Graves Last edited 30 months ago
A Gluten-Free Street Food Festival Is Coming To Camden In May
Maize Blaze Columbian street food stall will be at the festival.

A gluten-free food and drink festival will return to Camden on 14-15 May for the third year. Against the Grain will open near Camden Lock hosting a range of gluten-free street food stalls and a market selling products to take home.

There will also be cookery demonstrations, talks from chefs and lots of tips from experts for adopting a gluten-free diet.

Street food traders include LAB Pizza, grain-free snack pedlars Raw Gorilla, Syms Pantry, who sell a range of gluten free bacon products including bacon jam, and Artisan Gluten Free Bakery.

Local traders will sell their food too, including chilli from Louisiana Chilli Shack, paleo street food at Feed Me Primal, Colombian street food from Maize Blaze and crepes from Happy Crepe.  

The festival will take place on 14 and 15 May at Middle Yard and Canalside Bar, Camden Market, NW1 8AF 10am-6pm.

Last Updated 26 April 2016