The Eat Cambridge festival is quite unique amongst other foodie events

The ‘Eat Cambridge’ flavoursome festival is the first if its kind offering a variety of dining options as from the 8th to the 15th of March. The grapevine has it that there will be an eclectic offering of local drink and delicious food at the week-long festival, with a selection of everything from sour dough to supper clubs, street food vans to Michelin stars.

The Guildhall’s food fair on the 9th of March will feature food and drink exhibitions from Cobbs Bakery, Chocoshells, Kandula Teas, Moonshine Brewery, Cambridge Super Foods, Urban Larder, Seasonality Preserves, The Biscuit Jar, The Gingerbread Lady, Noel Young Wines, and Gog Magog Hills Farm Shop.

The fair will also be host to talks from Cambridge’s Cookery School Tine Roche on the art of making bread from sour dough, with Aoife Maxwell speaking on the science of making mind-boggling cocktails and Peter Jackson giving advice on the benefits of growing your own produce.

Meanwhile, Plate Lickers Anonymous will be setting up two sittings of brunch supper clubs in an undisclosed location within the building only to be revealed to those who have made prior bookings a couple of days before.

The ‘Eat Cambridge’ flavoursome festival brochures are all set for distribution all over the city with bookings for the events being opened at 9am. Visit www.eat-cambridge.co.uk for more information about the flavorsome fair, guest speakers, and how to make bookings for the events that have been lined up.