Grubs Up offers food festival vibe at Clarks Village

Food & Drink | Retail | South West

Grubs Up, an independent, family-owned catering business based in Taunton, is now offering guests visiting Clarks Village, the UK’s first ever outlet shopping centre, even more food and drink choice.

Grubs Up offer locally sourced food from their bespoke and customised vehicles. The Nourish Kitchen is a converted caravan, The Grill House and The Little Coffee Co. are both beautifully presented Citroën H Vans and The Flying Pig, a lovingly restored and repurposed Citroën van, rescued from a scrap yard in France.

Chris Davis, Centre Manager at Clarks Village, commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Grubs Up to Clarks Village. Offering our guests, a diverse choice of food and drinks is really important to us. We are proud to support a local business and by extension, local producers and we have already had fantastic feedback from guests.”

Nick Irvine, Director of Grubs Up, said: “For the last 11 years we have been committed to providing quality, locally sourced food and beverages to the people of Somerset. We employ more than 45 local people who are just as passionate as we are about food – and we are so excited to bring our culinary creations to Clarks Village.”

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