Discover the Food Village
Written by: Rosie Collins
April 5th marks the grand re-opening of our Street Food Village at Macknade in Faversham!
Now in its third year, the Food Village is a vibrant outdoor dining & drinking space adjacent to our main food hall, dedicated to serving up the best street food that Kent has to offer.
To celebrate our grand re-opening, we'll be throwing a launch party on Easter Friday (April 7th) from 6pm, with live music from Miss Holiday Swing, so make sure to get it in your diaries now.
Plus, here's our guide to our updated line-up of traders and their dishes not to miss...
A new trader for 2023, Al Taco offer (you guessed it!) a range of authentic tacos, nacho dishes & other Mexican specialities every Friday - Sunday.
Their birria beef tacos! The super succulent beef is slow cooked for 5 hours, fried inside a corn tortilla and served with a tasty consommé on the side, made using the cooking liquor.
From Wednesday to Sunday, you’ll find Macknade’s dedicated in-house team serving up coffees, pastries and light lunches in the Food Village. On music nights & weekends, look out for special dishes including loaded fries and hot filled ciabattas, featuring meat from our very own butchers.
You can't beat one of our famous cheese & charcuterie platters, paired with your favourite bottle from our Wine & Spirits store!
The Little Katsu Kitchen
Michelle Booth, chef-owner of The Little Katsu Kitchen, serves up the very best Asian-fusion flavours every Thursday through Sunday, including bao buns, katsu curries, dumplings & noodle bowls.
It's hard to choose just one dish on this regularly changing menu, but we love the freshness of Michelle's pad thai with an extra kick of chilli!
A father and son team with some serious French heritage, Mamie’s Crepes use a secret family recipe passed down through the generations for their delicious desserts, enjoyed by adults & kids alike.Signature Dishes
While it’s very hard to pick a winner from Mamie’s extensive crepe menu, for us the loaded Biscoff Crepe is a firm favourite.