Feed and FedUnit 19 the old foundry chapel, Hayle TR27 4AB
Feed and Fed is a small unit located by the Foundry Chapel in Hayle, and although small in size, it has been turning out some of the tastiest street food in South West Cornwall. Quick, convenient, delicious and homemade, you’ll find a range of bagels, tacos, superfood salads and daily specials. Maximising local produce, they serve Yallah Coffee and local baked goods alongside their savoury dishes. Open all day every day, they’re there for all your street food needs!
St Ives Street Food Kitchen10 Tregenna Pl, Saint Ives TR26 1SB
St Ives Street Food Kitchen has ever changing daily specials exploring food and flavours from all over the world. Just what you need with great street food! Somethings you can find on the menu are sushi, katsu curry, BBQ beef brisket, with variations of vegetarian and meat options, to cater for all. Street food from around the world, on your door step in St Ives.
Hungry Horse Box Co.St Gothian Sands, Gwithian Beach, Hayle TR27 5BX
Bringing fantastic food to the shore, the Hungry Horse Box Co are located on the picturesque Gwithian beach, serving up a storm out of an old converted horse trailer. Their food is simple, delicious and local. Maximising their menu with as much produce they can that is locally sourced whilst providing healthier alternatives to your usual street food favourites.
Fal FalafelThe Moor, Falmouth TR11 3QA
Aptly named after where it is prominently located, Fal Falafel is perched on The Moor in Falmouth and its motto ‘come hungry, leave happy’ is exactly how you feel after visiting. As you may imagine, it’s happy, homemade, healthy falafels, with delicious salad sides and homemade houmous to top it off. Fal falafel is cost effective with its most expensive dish being just £6, and it is all vegan – what’s not to love!?
Bango KitchenCommercial Rd, Penryn TR10 8SB
We would definitely recommend heading to Bango Kitchen to get your Asian street food fix, they have got you covered! Bao buns, sushi, ramen and katsu curries. They have brought Asian flavours to Penryn in an authentic street food fashion, whilst keeping as many of their ingredients and produce sourced locally. They have ensured there are equally delicious meat, fish and vegetarian options, so it is certainly worth heading to Penryn and give Bango Kitchen a go!