Trading 2019


This year's Festival will take place on Sunday 25th and Bank Holiday Monday, August 26th 2018. 

We prioritise applications from traders who are registered, operation or trading in the Borough of Enfield and demonstrate:

  • A commitment to using locally produced, seasonal and/or organic ingredients

  • Environmentally sustainable trading practises by using compostable cutlery, plates or packaging, have processes in place to reduce their food waste and where applicable source ingredients locally)

    Application Form will be available January 2019

Join in the chat  -  #enfieldfoodfest  #enfieldtofork

I love the venue. I’m in little heaven here
— Philip, Wildes Cheese
WILDE'S CHEESE   The award winning urban cheesemakers of Tottenham return with their ever popular artisan cheeses   Photo: Tara Sura/ Fork and Dram
Photo: Tara Sura / Fork and Dram

Photo: Tara Sura / Fork and Dram

We had to do a run back to the office to get more gin. We had queues and people waiting for 20 minutes to buy.
— Will, Old Bakery Gin
OLD BAKERY GIN   Local gin made in Palers Green, with a great story behind it. Find out more when its founder Ian Puddick talks in the demo barn at 1.15pm on Sunday,
It’s been amazing. So busy. Crazy busy! We’ve had lots of business enquiries
SWEET N DELISH   North London's first rolled ice cream seller hits the Enfield Food Festival!    Made on their frozen double pan, right before your very eyes!
A really amazing, well-organised day.
— Emma, EAT LIVE
EAT LIVE (Sunday )   Kimchi, krauts and ayurvedic tea, made in Enfield. "My food and drink is the ultimate health hack! It doesn't just taste good, it does you good. Each tiny portion of kraut or tea produced contains many more vitamins and pro and prebiotics than you'd find in most supplements, and without anything synthetic- just real food!"
Lovely people here, nice atmosphere. I’m looking forward to coming back next year. It was really, really good.