Bridgend’s first ever street food hall has opened in the clubhouse of Indigo Premiership rugby team Bridgend Ravens.
It’s part of a major refurbishment of the Brewery Field stadium clubhouse which has taken place since it was announced that the building was under new management earlier this year.
As part of the clubhouse redevelopment, there’s been a big overhaul of its facilities with the arrival of the street food hall, a multi-screen sports bar with resident pizzeria, a pop-up shop available to rent, and a private event space for up to 120 people.
There are currently four vendors which are part of the street food market's line-up.
Dirty Taco serves loaded fries and tacos with toppings including beef barbacoa and pork carnitas.
Wingstack, who are familiar faces from Cardiff’s street food scene, are cauliflower and chicken wing specialists. They’re available in a variety of finger-licking flavours including sticky BBQ, buffalo and jerk.
Montaditos, specialise in Spanish mini filled rolls with fillings including meatballs and chorizo. Finally, Naadan Bwyd, serve Indian street food with a Welsh twist.
Alongside the four street food vendors, Woodyz Pizza Co is the resident pizzeria in the Brewery Field Sports Bar. Their hand-stretched pizzas are made fresh to order and cooked in a traditional pizza oven.
For craft beer lovers, both locally brewed beers from The Coach Brewing Co and more established favourites are available on keg and cask. However, a lager or G&T is also available if this is more your thing.
Brewery Field Street Food Hall is open from Wednesday to Saturday from 5pm as well as lunchtimes on weekends. The Sports Bar and Woodyz Pizza are open seven days a week.