A BRAND new monthly street food market will launch at Bolton Market Place this weekend.

Launching for the annual Food and Drink Festival, 'Eat Street' will feature a number of street food vendors from across the UK.

Ten vendors are signed up for the launch event on Friday and Saturday;

n Food Cart Ltd – Serving up Polish inspired barbecue food, including hot dogs with a variety of fresh and pickled vegetables and sauces to choose from, very meaty Angus beef burgers within a bun and German style Bratwurst.

n Delvita – Serving up authentic wood-fired pizzas and Italian sandwiches.

n Karma Indian Foods – Serving up over 50 years of family recipes, handed down through the generations and inspired by traditional Bangladeshi cuisine.

n Classique Cuisine – Caribbean cuisine from Jerk Chicken to Mutton Curry and lots more dishes that reflect the cultural and culinary diversity of the Caribbean.

n Mia’s Arepas – Arepas are a Gluten-free traditional Venezuelan dish, filled out with anything you want including meat, fish, vegetables or cheese. Vegan options are also on offer.

n The York Roast Co. – Serving traditional roast dinner sandwiches and their very own YorkyPud Wrap, which is a roast dinner, wrapped in a Yorkshire pudding blanket.

n Sweet Palace – A wide range of desserts including ice creams, milkshakes, Thai ice cream, crepes , waffles, chimney cakes and hot and cold drinks

n A Tavola – A wide range of Sicilian specialities including cheese, olives, breads and cannoli.

n Altieri Pizza – They create authentic wood fired pizzas using fresh, authentic ingredients.

n The Manchester Barbecue Company – hosting a Brazilian inspired barbecue with up to ten different cuts meat, all served with sides that compliment the meat choices.

After the initial launch, Eat Street will then take place between 11.30am to 9pm on the last Friday and Saturday of each month.

Nikki Wilson-Cook, Centre Manager, Market Place says, “We’re always looking to make our customers’ visits more exciting and enjoyable. Eat Street achieves just that – offering everyone the chance to try new foods each month as we invite a variety of different vendors to trade here, while some will hopefully return each month to make a regular appearance here in Bolton.”