Edinburgh Food Festival Takes Over George Square Gardens


THE Edinburgh Food Festival will officially launch in Assembly’s George Square Gardens tomorrow and is open for business until 2 August, midday until midnight.

The gardens will be bustling with top quality Street Food and local food producers are showcasing Scotland’s natural larder to both locals and visitors alike.

The festival offers revellers the chance to engage with producers and sample extraordinary Street Food.

A young festival-goer gets up close and personal with dinner


The brand new food festival, which is in its first year, is supported by EventScotland, VisitScotland and Scotland Food & Drink as part of the Year of Food and Drink Scotland 2015.

Sharon Burgess, Managing Director of Assembly Festival Ltd said: “We are so excited to be working with some of Scotland’s finest producers and most celebrated businesses.

“We pride ourselves on the quality of our offering and this is a great way to spotlight how the industry is evolving. To support this, industry professionals are hosting talks and debates and a special programme of entertainment is on offer. What better place to host a food festival than Edinburgh!”

The food talks and debates are free but booking is required.

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