A couple of weekends ago I finally went somewhere I’ve wanted to go for ages. I went to Big Feed, Scotland’s biggest indoor street food market!

Big Feed is hosted in a warehouse in an unassuming street in Govan. We parked up and began to walk towards the door of the warehouse but we could already hear live music and plenty of buzz. There’s a small entry fee for Big Feed and your hand is stamped to allow you to exit and return again later if you wish.

big feed glasgow review

It was nothing like I was expecting. The warehouse is quirky and has been kitted out with pretty lights, plenty of seats inside and outside and there are food trucks everywhere . There are DJs, live music sets and the atmosphere is friendly and chilled. It’s also completely dog-friendly inside and outside so I was delighted to be able to take my pooch Ben with me. He definitely enjoyed seeing all the other dogs and getting lots of attention from people!
big feed glasgow review
big feed glasgow review

The food and drink vendors who are there vary each time. Everything looked amazing during our visit and I only wish I’d been hungrier so I could have eaten more! My personal favourites were the mozzarella fritters from Apecini and the chilli nachos from Firedog.
big feed glasgow review

big feed glasgow review
The whole venue is licensed so you can enjoy a drink (or five!) whilst eating and hanging out. During our visit there was an adorable little Prosecco van, as well as two other bar areas selling a good selection of beers, ciders, wines, soft drinks and some cocktails. What more could you ask for?!

I’m already planning my next visit to the Big Feed as it was so much fun. The atmosphere was perfect and I spent a good few hours just hanging out, chatting with my friends, drinking and getting more food every so often.

Next time I go I hope there will be some different food vendors there so I can sample some new street food delights!

Emma’s Top tips: 

– Click here to check the Big Feed website for details of dates when the market is open

– Be sure to look up the address before you leave, as it would be easy to drive straight past

– Get there early as there are often queues and it’s a one-in-one-out policy once the venue is full 

– The venue is completely dog-friendly so don’t forget to take your four-legged friends! 

Have you been to Glasgow’s Big Feed yet?