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Cheeses, chutneys and churros aplenty! Wimbledon Park Food Festival is a carnival of global treats

With incredible Indonesian curries, mouth-watering Mexican burritos and sweet Spanish churros all on offer – Wimbledon Park Food Festival is a carnival of global treats. 

Back for its third year, the food festival – with more than 40 stallholders – is taking over a small corner of Wimbledon Park this Bank Holiday Weekend and it’s definitely worth a visit.

Wimbledon Park lakeSCENIC: Based in the beautiful heart of SW19

From cheeses and chutneys to chorizo and chana masala – there really is something for everyone.

Dishing up cuisines from around the world stallholders include Bratwurst Brats, Huckleberry Treats, The Little Indian Kitchen and many, many more.

Wimbledon Park food festival 4DOUGH-LICIOUS: Olivier’s Bakery from renowned Borough Market

Reasonably priced drinks including fresh orange juice, gin and pink lemonade, passion fruit mojitos and Pimm’s will leave you spoilt for choice.

Wimbledon Park food festival 5RETRO: The food trucks add to the festival feel

Many stalls offer try-before-you-buy samples of the gourmet treats to ensure you are not left with food envy when you finally pick what you want for lunch.

Wimbledon Park food festival 8HAPPY CUSTOMER: Street fries and a chicken katsu burger 

Facepainting, jenga and funfair train ride will keep the kids at bay while you relax on one of the many deckchairs, hay bales or beanbags with your feast.

Wimbledon Park food festival 6RELAXING: Make a day of your visit to the food festival

For budding chefs there are cookery demonstrations going on all weekend, including How to Beat Stress with Food with Katherine Tate.

Wimbledon Park food festival 7SWEET SPANISH TREATS: There’s always room for pudding

Tickets cost £8 per adult and £5 per child or £22 for a family (two adults + two children) with under-fives going free.

The food festival started yesterday and is running until Monday, August 29, 10am-5pm.

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