Bath street food market line-up revealed

Cancel your lunch plans! Kingsmead Square Street Food Market is back

Lunch decisions just got a whole lot harder for Bathonians, as Kingsmead Square Market is back in town. It’ll be popping up on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 29 November and 15 December, with food traders serving from 11am to 9pm (6pm on Sundays). Here’s what you lucky people can get your hands on.

Spengler’s Deli 

Inspired by New York’s best, Spengler’s Deli will be serving up epic Somerset salt beef Reuben sandwiches. Just make sure get in the way of us getting our hands on one because – as they say in The Big Apple – we’re walking here!


Award-winning Malaysian fried chicken roti served out of a big blue food truck named Eddie. Expect crisp tandoori chicken with mango chutney, pickles, cucumber, coriander, chilli, sesame seeds and raita dressing in a warm flaky paratha (or rice if you’re going GF).

Murray May’s

The ever-popular Murray May’s food truck returns with its Istanbul-inspired kebabs served straight off a Mangal grill. Expect freshly grilled meats and crunchy vibrant salad packed into a pitta. Crumbs Awards finalists, don’t you know…

Alp Mac

Alp Mac is back to fulfil your cheesy dreams, serving up macaroni cheese topped with local charcuterie, pickles and croutons. If it’s good enough to eat in the Alps, it’s good enough for our Friday al-desko indulgences.

Good Food and Co

The Good Food and Co team will be serving up a Sri Lankan black pork curry. All their dishes are gluten-free, hurrah!


Sausages. To be more specific, smoked cheddar and jalapeño sausages made right here in the Bath. Never boring, these bangers. The one in the picture below? That’s a smoked venison Cumberland beauty – but you’ll have to see what Sosij surprise us with each weekend.


Sourdough grilled cheese toasties packed with melted regional cheeses. These look, well, great. We’ve been perving on their Insta for the last 30 minutes and would very much like to see a bit of Bath Blue Cheese make and appearance. Imagine that.