Jabberwocky Street FoodEvent Organiser Information and Details
Food: Gourmet Toasties
Unit: 1986 VW LT 31
Trading Since: 2011
Width: 2m (2.5 with the hatch open)
Festival Pitch: 6m frontage x 6m depth (excluding sleeping quarters)
Power Requirements: 1x 16amp standard C-form hookup
Waste Oil Requirements: None
Toasties Per Hour
Events' Experience (at least)
Jabberwocky Festival Food Facts
- Ever met anyone who doesn’t like toasties? Exactly. We take that one step further and make toasties that are just awesome.
- We’ve been trading since 2011. We can now just about claim to know what we’re doing.
- We pride ourselves on our “turning up on the day record”. If you have booked us, it will take nothing short of the engine dropping out of the van for us to cancel. Even that quite literally hasn’t stopped us in the past.
- Sticking with the toastie theme, we’re a great option for kids, veggies and gluten free diners.
- We trade locally, so you’re supporting a local business, local producers, attracting local customers – many good things.
- We have a cool van. It’s called the Beast.
- Our toasties have won us awards and we are the NOEA Caterer of the Year 2015.
- All our packaging is biodegradable.
- Toasties leave the hatch at an average rate of 120/hour, making us one of the fastest street food (under 6m) setups around.
Food Hygiene Rating
We have a 5 star rating from Warwick District Council.
Gas Safety Checked
All our equipment is Gas Safety checked annually.
Public Liability Insured
We are fully insured.
All our electrical equipment is PAT certified and safe for use.
Street Food Information
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