Outdoor street food terrace opens this month at the Wales Millennium Center
As socialization is back in the newspaper, the Wales Millennium Center in Cardiff Bay will host street food vendors this spring and summer.
Together with Street Food Warehouse, the centre’s Street Food Teras will host some of Cardiff’s best independent traders in a brand new outdoor space, which kicks off on Friday 28 May.
The first few weeks will see some of Cardiff’s best street traders take a short residency at Teras – Venezuelan pundits Queen Pepiada, Pizza Gods Dough Thrower, Toast brunch lovers and the milkshake company that took Cardiff by storm, Oh My. Shakes.
The outdoor street food site will see visitors returning to the WMC in the run-up to the theater reopening.
And although it is not known when the center will reopen its doors, performances are booked from November, with Beauty and the Beast at Christmas.
Mark Simcox, Food and Beverage Manager, Wales Millennium Center, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be launching Street Food Teras; a fantastic new hotspot for foodies indulging their senses in Cardiff Bay.
“As spring turns to summer and the crowds return to the bay, we and our Street Food Warehouse partners look forward to providing visitors with a warm and safe Welsh welcome to this exciting new development, with a continuing roster of traders. locals preparing a feast for all. tastes. “
Alongside the rotating street traders, the Teras will feature a container bar. Tables will be available for reservation at Teras. For more details, visit streetfoodteras.co.uk
A number of street food offerings are already taking place in Wales since Hospitality was allowed to reopen outdoors from April 26. These include the return of the Singleton Park pop-up in Swansea, the new Little Wind Street pop-up also in the city, Forest Festival in Merthyr Mawr and the Nook By The River pop-up in Llandaff, Cardiff.