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Bite - a new direction for Cardiff festivals?

Okay so me, this blog and food festivals have had a somewhat chequered history. Whilst I’ve enjoyed the likes of Abergavenny and Taste London, the local Cardiff scene has often left me feeling a little flat.

During the hiatus, the local food scene has come on leaps and bounds, with bright young things coming forward to try their hand at doing something different. Street Food in particular has become a weekly feature, popping up everywhere from Dumballs Road’s Depot to the leafy suburbs of Rhiwbina.

Hand over a couple of quid entry and be transported to Cardiff’s version of Portland - with street trucks plying you with everything from bao buns to roti to gourmet burgers and fried chicken. Yet in recent months there’s been a low level grumbling on social media - was the staggered entry fee fair when trucks often sold out, or closed at seemingly peek times? Why wasn’t there enough seating? Shouldn’t this be a family friendly event? And loudest of all, why should we have to queue for 15 m…

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