If you love street food and fine dining, now you can simultaneously have both at Glasgow’s Princes Square ground floor. From August 26, foodies can gather at the Big Feed Kitchen street food market for some bao buns, wagyu beef burgers and Korean buttermilk chicken. Every Thursday to Sunday, Princes Square will turn into a full-blown feast full of love for exceptional food and quality cocktails within the heart of the friendliest city in the UK.
The market is organised by the team behind Big Feed market which has proven a success so far and is amongst our personal favourites, opening in a new central location. The street food market not only brings some smashing tunes with the noms, but also promises a unique twist to each street food dish by chef Michael Scott. Chef Scott has worked in a number of Michelin-starred restaurants such as The Kitchin, Abstract and No1 Balmoral.
To start off, dig into some fried gyoza with honey, ginger and lime soy glaze. The tender and sweetly zesty vegetarian marvel has proved to be a favourite so far. If you’re not scared to get a little messy, opt for the dirty kimchi chicken burger that will sure get those taste buds going, just make sure to have napkins at the ready. Another highlight proved to be the bao buns: go for the buttermilk chicken to finish off the delicious feast. However, for those wanting something sweet, the fresh cream profiteroles will surely delight the senses and give you that sugar rush.
Big Feed is the biggest street food market in Scotland, bringing together foodies from all over. Home to arcade games, live music and doggy dress-up events, guests can also do some face painting or play board games. Big Feed Kitchen will be around until after Christmas and will help get us through when it’s dark at 3:30 pm. It is the talk of the town and we cannot wait to try all the delicious scran.