What’s to eat and drink at Blues’n’Roots?
So we’ve sought out some of the finest local ales and ciders as well as the best locally sourced foods we could find.
We’ve teamed up with Church Strettons oldest pub The Kings Arms to bring you the finest Joule’s Ales and Beers in our fully stocked beer tent. There will also be a fine selection of wines, ciders and lagers as well as soft drinks to whet your thirst.
On the foodie front we’ve got O’Hagan’s Sausages winner of Britain’s “Best Sausage Maker” coming all the way from Chichester, West Sussex to bring you their award winning sausages.
O’Hagan’s have over 140 varieties of sausage with staples such as pork and real ale and top quality Lincolnshire.
Or how about something more adventurous such as Goanese curry sausage, South African Bobotie or something from further afield such as a Hot Mexican, Creole or Spanish Chorizo?
You will also have the option to purchase sausages at the festival to take home.
Why not order in advance and collect yours on the day?
O’Hagan’s Sausages are absolutely first class and served in many top class establishments around the country including several prestigious hotels and restaurants in London but don’t take our word for it. Here are what just a few of their fans are saying;
“… they’re the best. There is no doubt we owe it to him. He has created the revival of the sausage.”
Chef Albert Roux
BBC2 TV “Blood on the Carpet”
“… the best sausages I have ever tasted. They are the real thing made with real skins (they don’t burst when you cook them) and proper cuts of meat.”
The Sunday Times
“… O’Hagan has elevated a humble food into the realms of haute cuisine. The insistence on quality and natural ingredients has established Bill as the King of Sausages.”
Those all round good eggs from Café Chameleon will be bringing their pop up café tent complete with seating for both lunch and dinner.
Clare and the gang will have a delicious world cuisine menu of one-pot meals to choose from including Indian, Oriental, African, Italian, and Mexican as well as traditional British dishes.
Fancy some burritos, fajitas huevos or rancheros? How about fish, falafels, amazing salads, or a hot baked potato with a wide selection of fillings? For desert they’ve fresh fruit and home baked cakes aplenty.
All the ingredients are Fair Trade and all meat is British reared.
Everything is freshly cooked and almost everything prepared on site.
Café Chameleon also boasts an extensive Vegan and Vegetarian menu.
We also have the fabulously named House of Hummus that does exactly what it says on the tin.
They will be providing all things hummousy in soft warm pitta bread served with seasonal salads, delicious dressings.
They also have an extensive selection of Fair Trade teas and coffee as well as soft drinks.
They make both sweet and savoury pancakes, cooked in front of you and topped with a variety of toppings including traditional syrup, cheese and bacon, Nuttella and apple and cinnamon. Their eggs are all free range and UK sourced.
On the sitting down front we’ve got The Old Hip Joint who will be selling fantastic festival folding chairs and festival blankets. All at reasonable prices as well as Fairtrade Clothing and gifts from around the world, great festival stuff!