Make sure you don’t miss out on this years Paisley Food and Drink festival! We have many high quality street food stalls including The Pitt, a funky Haloumi Hut, a unique Buffalo Truck and more. There is something for every taste.



Babu KitchenAward winning authentic Indian street food with a Scottish twist. Fresh seasonal ingredients, no added preservatives and low oil content make for a hearty and healthy meal, always—of course—with a touch of spice.
Barnacles & BonesFine fresh Scottish street food. Barnacles and Bones brings fresh shellfish and obscure cuts of meat to the street.
Cav & Co Street FoodSuper fresh and tasty, locally sourced, hot homemade wraps or our own take of loaded chips; served with a selection of delicious homemade toppings, completely to your taste.
Duntarrin FoodsProud breeder and supplier of quality outdoor reared pork, Highland Hill lamb and quality Highland beef.
Edin BurgerScotland’s speciality burger company, using organically reared and locally sourced products, which are both gluten and additve free. Great taste, great value, fantastic choice.
HaggismanMouth watering dishes from a one of a kind 70’s truck, Haggisman serves mega tasty Scottish food.
Haloumi HutServing up Greek and halloumi deliciousness! Refreshing salads, dips, pastries and dolmades not to mention a deliciously salty haloumi stick to balance it all out. Plus our super delish and amazingly healthy vegan graze box.
Le BaoWe specialise in Gua Baos (fluffy steamed bun traditionally stuffed with Asian fillings) with an international twist – such as Mexican chicken tinga, the French raclette, the Taiwanese pork belly, the Greek lamb and the Moroccan meatless option.
Linton and CoSpeciality Coffee, Loose Leaf Tea and Brownies all served from our wonderful converted 1976 Citroen H Van called Bernard. We use only the finest Artisan Coffee, always roasted in Scotland. Our Brownies are rather infamous and once you try one, you’ll understand why. We have an amazing selection including our signature Linton & Co Brownie, a secret family recipe, handcrafted by us.
Lov BurgerPick your burger – Perthshire beef, Scottish venison or deluxe veggie, add Scottish cheddar and freshly chopped salad into a bun from our local baker, served with a side of our hand cut Scottish fries and a large grin!
Mac ShackRange of mac ‘n’ cheese including;classic three cheese, the spicy wan, caprese, fun guy and macballs.
Mighty MexicanPutting the real flavour of Mexico in Mexican burritos, quesadillas, chilli and halal chicken all cooked to a secret family recipe!
Pitt SteakPitt Steak serves top quality meats and the trademark Steak on Chip with gremolata is a food festival must try.
Porkys ChippyPorkie’s Burgers Have a range of burgers, fish, snacks and specials.
Röst EatsRòst serves the best of local and Scottish produce. A menu of creative sliders, our own pastrami’s, slow cooked meats, game, fish, wild foods and salad specials.
Scotland’s Gourmet KitchenLocally sourced handmade Cullen skink, haggis neeps and tatties, burgers and hotdogs.
Scozzese Wood Fired PizzaScozzese Wood Fired Pizza make great pizza, using the freshest produce, it’s that simple!We love experimenting with Scottish produce and perfecting the most amazing topping combinations,Be adventurous and try Stornoway Black Pudding & Caramelised Onion or Haggis & Asian chilli Jam or keep with the traditional favourites of Pepperoni and Honey Roast Ham and mushroom. Amazing wood fired pizzas with a Scottish twist… we know you will love it!
Sharma Street FoodCurry in a hurry – traditional Indian street food stall serving freshly made pakora and home-made curries.
The Rollin Pig12 hour slow cooked hog roast with Isle of Arran haggis or Ayrshire black pudding and apple or BBQ sauce on a freshly baked white roll.
Westcoast CoffeeFreshly ground coffee made with rich creamy artisan milk and hot fresh doughnuts.



Sample more at Paisley Food and Drink Festival

We are three sisters who love food and believe it should be mulled over, shared and celebrated at every opportunity! Our philosophy is to ‘delight the senses’. If it doesn’t look good, taste good and smell good, it’s not on the menu. We were at the Paisley Food and Drink Festival last year and we can't wait to come back again this year.

Three Sisters Bake
Cafes, in Quarriers Village and Killearn

The Pitt is delighted to be a part of this year's Paisley Food and Drink festival. We'll be bringing some award-winning traders, from far and wide across Scotland. Come along to the event and try some dumplings from a tuk-tuk, hanger steaks off a bespoke BBQ or shellfish with gourmet fries. It's going to be a feast for the senses.

Hal Prescott
Pitt Street

Gin really is booming at the moment and we hope to highlight the great range of craft gins available and maybe even create some new gin fans.

Paul Reynolds
Managing Director of Gin 71

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