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Richard Johnson

School Diner

Wimbledon has the Queens Club Championship; the Premier League has the Community Shield. Big, prestigious events where tennis players can really test that new racket – or football managers get to try out their new back four. That’s how we see Leeds’ premier Street-Food-In-A-School-Playground event, School Diner, which returns on September 14-16. Two finalists from the 2018 British Street Food Awards will be there to perfect their dishes before the London finals at Hawker House on September 21-22. Expect doughnut heaven from British Street Food Awards Northern winners Doh’hut, plus the Bao Boss – and British Street Food Awards Midlands winners – Wallace & Sons. They will be parked up alongside some other of our favourites including The Pizza Bus, BBC Food & Farming Award winner Manjit’s Kitchen, Sheffield stalwarts and poutine pioneers The Gravy Train, and Birmingham’s finest Burger slingers, Flying Cows, who are the current reigning British Street Food Award Best Burger champs. As with all School Diner events you can also expect craft beer and cocktails from the Sela Bar Truck alongside live music, DJs, entertainment and fun for all the family – plus, it’s dog-friendly! For full event details join the event here.

School Diner
Chapel Allerton Primary School
21 Harrogate Road

Opening Times:
Friday 11 May – 3.15 – 8pm
Saturday 12 May – 12 – 8pm
Sunday 13 May – 12 – 5pm

This is a FREE event.

For further information contact Mark Young on 07980 799 862 or Sona Young on 07968 968 994 or at [email protected]