Showcasing some of the latest computer game releases, the event saw Food by Dish cater almost 6,000 servings and create four unique street food menus for the occasion.
Themed to appeal to various tastes and suitable for mass catering, pop-up stalls were aptly named quayside pies, the spud hut, spice street and diner at the dock. Highlighting the popularity in freshly prepared fast-food, catering ranged from warm dishes to quick bites for guests eating on-the-go.
Creating a bustling market feel to proceedings, Food by Dish served high-energy plates including specially prepared quayside pies of Moroccan lamb steak, horseradish and ale; chicken, bacon and leek smoked cheese; potato and leek served with mash and liquor.
Dinner plates also included pulled pork brioche bun with smokey BBQ sauce; southern spiced chicken burger; spiced vegetarian bean burger with chipotle salsa.
Hannah Strong, Sales and Marketing Director at Food by Dish said, “Street food service is becoming ever more popular with diners and we’ve seen considerably more requests for it at events in recent months. The combined experience of seeing food cooked in front of you and the bustle of the event adds to the theatre and excitement of the occasion.”