Our Street Food Opportunities for Youth Video Showcase Platform captures on video the experience of 24 young street food entrepreneurs who have been through the process and have successfully started up in Street Food. The young people will share their learning experiences, advice and tips and will be a source of peer inspiration and motivation for others to follow in the footsteps.

 

Watch and Learn:

Fancy Fries, Birmingham, UK.
From a singer on a cruise ship to Street Food, this business owner is inspired by the humble potatoe.

Vegan Fried Chicken, Manchester, UK.
A vegan who loves fried food, can’t find any to buy so what does she do? She starts her own Street Food business..

Tony and Herb’s, Portadown, Northern Ireland.
A family owned business strives to bring customers the best pizza possible. To ensure the best quality, they source fresh ingredients from local suppliers.

The Lush Larder, Dungannon, Northern Ireland.
Delicious Homemade Artisan Jams and Chutneys. Tracey grows her own produce to make jams and chutneys.

Grannie Grunts Griddle, Craigavon, Northern Ireland.
A street food business owned by a mother-daughter duo with over 21 years of experience in catering, offering gourmet toasties and burgers.

Misunderstood Heron, Galway, Ireland
A unique Food Truck cafe on the popular Wild Atlantic Way, this knock out business is a multible award winner.

The Gourmet Offensive Falafel Bar, Galway, Ireland
Market trading since 2005, TGO has built up a solid reputation for vegetarian and vegan food prepared with ethics and care.

The Belgian Fry, Malta.
A snapshot of the Belgian brothers at work!

Eat Street, Malta
Parked in Mosta, EAT specialises in American Barbecue dishes and smoked meats and is carnivore’s delight!

Goody Gujarati, Birmingham, UK.
Love and labour created this business that serves up a mouth-watering re-edit of Gujarati cuisine

Grill Brazil, Birmingham, UK.
A fusion of Brazilian and Britich culture, the key here is new ideas/flavours and being diffferent.

Persian Street Food, Birmingham, UK.
A secret family spice, spurned a change of career for this former Landscaper turned Street Food business owner.

Street Dogs, Portadown, Northern Ireland.
A food truck offering amazing hotdogs, burgers, chicken skewers, salads, fries and puddings – all accompanied by delicious sauces.

Food Path, Portadown, Northern Ireland.
Food Path prides itself for offering “real street food cooked by real chef with local ingredients in modern way”.

The Belgian Fry, Malta.
Two chip aficionado Belgian brothers started this business in 2019, when their craving for a taste for home became too strong to ignore.

Sparta Greek Cuisine, Malta.
Serves up authentic greek food, get your gyros here!

Bahn Mi Vietnamese Food Truck, Malta
Inspired by the food scene of Vietnam and South East Asia, this litte green van operates Monday to Friday from 11am until 2:30pm.

Green Cantine, Bordeaux, France
Two female entrepreneurs founded this Vegan-friendly food truck.
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Le Camion Du Chef, Bordeaux, France
The Chef’s Truck offers delicious dishes at any time – simple cuisine in a pleasant setting.
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Yedi Tepe, Bordeaux, France
Homemade, cooked fresh from local ingredients, this is Turkish food as its best
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Le Camion Du Chef, Bordeaux, France
Selected as one of the 20 best food trucks for the food truck festival in Bordeaux
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Il Etait une Fouee, Bordeaux, France
A tradition from the Anjou and Touraine region, this vendor is bringing the history of the fouée to life in Bordeaux
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Tony and Herbs, Portadown, Northern Ireland
Sometimes great opportunities appear and rather than starting a Street Food business, you have the chance to buy one!

Ja Rú, Berlin, Germany
Ja Rú brings Japanese street food to Berlin!
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MIBAP, Berlin, Germany
Mibap is a creative, vegan/vegetarian friendly, Taiwanese food startup.
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Tatas, Berlin, Germany
They tested the Berlin Markets in 2015, now Tatas is a flourishing Street Food business
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MANTI, Berlin, Germany
Manti brings the taste of Turkish dumplings to the Berlin Street Food scene.
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See the videos of the French Street Food Entrepreneurs here

See the video of the German Street Food Entrepreneurs here

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