10 Must-Visit Food Stalls To Curb Your Appetite At Electric Picnic This Weekend

The very best of on-the-go grub!

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When it comes to festivals, the one things as important as the music is the food.

Luckily, the good people at Electric Picnic have promised us foodies over 100 different stalls, serving many delectable delights, to choose from this weekend. 

You'll be able to tuck into everything from the traditional fare of organic pies to more spicy dishes such as Pakistani aromatic potato dumplings.

We definitely recommend checking out these guys...

1. The Pigs Tale

Hailing from Gorey in County Wexford, these guys know how to get pork right. They source their meat locally and cure it themselves, while serving it alongside fresh seasonal Wexford veg.

Their food is hearty and wholesome - just the ticket.

2. Dave's Wood-Fired Pizza

This is real pizza. Real thin sour dough bases. Real fresh toppings. Really wood-fired in front of your eyes. 

And all in space of 60 seconds.

Pizza

3. The Tiny Vegan Kitchen

For all those veggies and vegans out there, Tanya from the Tiny Vegan Kitchen offers you a selection of sandwiches, salads and much more.

They're all original recipes so if you're looking for something healthy and colourful, you can't go wrong.

4. Kinara Kitchen

Kinara Kitchen is an essential stop on any foodies trip to EP. 

Voted best food at the festival for the past three years, be sure to swing by their stall at some stage. They specialise in Pakistani cuisine, which is cooked right in front of your eyes on the barbeque.

5. Flaming Cactus

Can't go a weekend without a burrito? Fill the void with Flaming Cactus' burritos and nachos, which are to-die-for. 

These guys are coming over from the UK especially to ensure we get our fill of Mexican street food. Completely customisable so suitable for all sorts of diets and taste buds!

Flamin

6. Burger Republic

A regular to the various markets that spring up around Dublin City, Burger Republic use 100% Irish beef and really fresh ingredients.

A burger is a festival must-have and this is where we'll be going for ours.

7. Crepes in the City

When the hangover hits, sometimes all you crave is a sweet Nutella-soaked strawberry crepe. 

Well, this is definitely the place to go.

These guys are multi-award winners so they know what they're doing. Dig in!

8. Suha's Falafel

We all have those festival moments where you need to eat something with a bit of nutrition, and falafel is definitely the tastiest option.

Suha's will sort you out and has a great range of dips too. Wahoo!

Falafel

9. Wok n' Roll

Not only does it have a funky name but also some funky food. Wok n' Roll seems to be everyone's choice when all the pals can't agree on where to eat.

"Here, we'll just go Wok n' Roll."

"Yeah gwan."

Fab prices too if your ticket left a hole in your póca.

Wok Nroll

10. Chunky Chips Wicked Dips

So all the stages have closed for the night and your bloody starving after all that dancing to LCD Soundsystem. Food is the question. Chips are your answer.

These are gourmet chips too. I think I have found heaven.

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So, go on! Treat yo'self this weekend!

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Written By

Úna Harty

Úna is a Limerick hun who refers to everyone as either gal or pal. Despite the fact that she’s studying Nanoscience she loves a bitta theatre, a bitta writing and a bitta Gaeilge. You’ll find her in The George most nights of the week covered in glitter trying to keep the Harty Party going. Her diet mainly consists of chocolate, pizza and popcorn.

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