Food For Thought...

The Oxted Beer Festival is delighted to offer a variety of creatively different street vendors who we hope will appeal to all varieties of taste and culture. From braised beef to a dedicated vegetarian trader and plenty in between, we are please to welcome traders old and new to the festival this year. The street market will be open from 16:00 on Friday 20th July for our Sponsors event and will remain open throughout the event until just before the bars close each day.

Don’t forget that all traders will only accept festival currency and so please ensure that you have purchased your currency before joining any queue for the delicious fair on offer.

Posh Cow

Prime quality beef cooked low and slow in their own custom made smokers plus braised burgers finished on the grill.


A unique festival eating experience offering delicious and original vegetarian street food. Specialising in handmade Falafels and Mezze made using fresh ingredients and authentic recipes. Freshly cooked Falafels are served in toasted pitta with homemade Houmous and a variety of amazing salads and fillings such as: Tzatziki, Halloumi, Olives, Feta cheese and Pickled Beetroot. Authentic Mediterranean food at it's best.

Spanish Homemade

Paella, Paella, Paella. Chicken or seafood Paella done by Spanish chefs in the traditional authentic way. Spanish Homemade offer authentic spanish food, with the best possible ingredients sourced from Spain and local ingredients from the UK.

Pizza Federicci

A local and regular trader at the festival that many will know and love. Delicious, authentic Italian pizzas served Romana style and made in the traditional way with Fred's own hand made dough, full flavoured crushed plum tomatoes and 100% Italian Mozzarella. All, of course, freshly baked in their own wood fired oven. Gluten free dough and dairy free cheese are also available.

It's All Greek To Me

We are delighted that It’s All Greek To Me are returning to the festival this year with their Greek twist. Lamb and chicken Souvlaki, tenderised in our their homemade marinade, grilled to perfection and served on a hot Greek pitta bread with Tzatziki, Greek Salad, olives, red onion slivers, humous, grilled halloumi and their famous homemade sauces.

Happy Mother Cluckers

New to the festival this year but found every Friday in Master Park, so many will know this local trader. A new and exciting brand promoting its free-range rotisserie chicken and unique continental delicacy sausages.


Another new entrant for this years' festival who, as the name suggests, will tantalise the taste buds with their authentic Vietnamese offering. Passionate about creating dishes that are affordable, nutritious, healthy and look good.

Little Jack Horners

Returning once again is the sumptuous home baked sausage rolls from Little Jack Horners. With all their produce being sourced from local small holdings and farms in East Somerset, this truly is a taste of the west. They were even voted Taste of the West savoury bakery champion in 2017!

Weavers Fish and Chips

A new addition this year and serving from a glorious London double decker bus. As the name suggests, Battered Fish, Sausages and Chips served the traditional way. All the fish is fresh and Weavers homemade batter adds to this great traditional British fair.

Weavers Cafe

Coffee, Tea, Shakes and Ice Creams are all available at Weavers Cafe in the centre of the festival this year.


Food vendors