Food at The Trades

There is a varied roster of affordable (approx £5-7), delicious food every day from 4pm with the Trades Kitchen & Street Food Collective(s), including Rostini’s Indonesian Food, Jackie’s Vegan Kitchen, Dapur Nin Indonesian Cuisine, and irregular surprise pop-up cuisines. If food be the music of love…

Hot and spicy smoked tofu with sugar snap peas, bean sprouts, carrots, broccoli and cabbage.

King Prawns with Red curry Rice and Vegetables









Mondays –  Thursdays 4pm – 8pm: Rostini’s Indonesian Kitchen
Friday – Jackie’s Vegan Kitchen 4pm-8pm
Saturday’s & Sunday’s – Dapur Nin Indonesian Cuisine 4-8pm.

Mama Sue’s Creole & Cajun Kitchen, popping up this Sunday 15/7 from 4-8pm

Specialising in the potent, heady mix of flavours from the Deep South, Mama Sue’s dishes up traditional recipes from the region with a twist, bringing zesty, pack-a-punch food to a market or festival (hopefully) near you. From chicken and chorizo jambalaya to pork and beans with cornbread, Mama offers winter warmers or a taste of sunshine to suit the occasion. If you’re unfamiliar with Creole and Cajun cooking, it’s definitely worth getting your teeth into. It originates from a rare blend of culinary backgrounds; Spanish, French and German styles mixed together with West Indian and Native American ingredients. The result is robust and honest food that doesn’t disappoint. Founder and Head Chef, Katie Simpson, has a varied and well-travelled 14 year history in the restaurant industry but, weary of fine dining, decided to strike out solo, with the food she loves to cook and eat. Alongside the main dishes, Mama Sue’s also serves some great sides for the just a little bit peckish among you; spiced popcorn, honey and cinnamon pork scratchings and sweet and sour chickpeas. So, go on, you know what a hotdog tastes like, try something a bit different and fall in love with a whole new world of taste.