Popular Falmouth street food stand to serve for final time tomorrow

By The Editor

16th Sep 2021 | Local News

A popular street food stand which started its journey on Falmouth Moor three summers ago will be coming full circle as it serves for the final time tomorrow afternoon.

Atta, run completely by founder Bradley, has secured a permanent residence at Mount Pleasant Eco Park.

The street food stall serves exclusively Indian vegan dishes, with a priority on sustainable ingredients.

Bradley is proud of its nutritional value, describing the food as a "feast your body will thank you for."

Since its launch three years ago, Atta has grown into a well-known business across Cornwall - attending countless festivals, holding cookery classes and serving hungry students at Falmouth University.

Bradley's new cafe, named Wilder Allotment Kitchen, will serve food using the vegetables from the park's smallholding they have there.

"It will be super seasonal, fresh, plant-based food," Bradley told Nub News.

The opportunity to host a permanent residence in a cafe has come at a great time for Bradley.

Bradley continued: "I don't really fancy spending another winter in a tent and the university isn't structuring itself in the same way, so that isn't an option."

"I'm getting a bit of luck at the moment."

You will be able to find Atta on The Moor for the last time from 12-3 tomorrow.

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