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It’s the '11th hour' for Malton Food Lovers Festival! 
 
One of the best food events in the North, the festival takes over the historic market town on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May 2019. 
 
This year it’s the 11th ‘outing’ for this spectacular two-day foodie extravaganza that is set to include 180 stalls and street food outlets, celebrity chef demos, book signings, a chance to ‘Meet the Producers’, live music and much more. 
 
This year’s star chefs include Tommy Banks, James Mackenzie, Sabrina Ghayour and Stephen Smith. 
 
Other aspects to tempt you include the Champagne & Oyster Bay at the Talbot Hotel; a knife skills workshop and there’s even a dog rest area for pooped-out pooches! 
 
As the town is crowded with food stalls and general frivolity, there is parking on the outskirts of the town centre priced at just £5 per car with a short walk of no more than 10 minutes to the festival. 
 
There are park & rides coaches running from 9am to 6.30pm each day, with a frequency of every quarter of an hour. 
 
Malton also has a railway station so you can arrive by train and our Malton office is based just near the station entrance. 
As well as the food stalls and drink vendors, Malton is home to some fantastic places to eat and relax. Pubs, restaurants and cafes are spread thoughout the town and you can also relax in Talbot Yard Food Court, which includes a variety of food producers. 
 
Malton’s food connections also include the famous Cookery School, regular food events throughout the year and traditional food shops including a fishmonger, butchers, grocers and others. 
 
It is safe to say the town will be busy during the festival dates. 
 
And while this can maybe interrupt your routine, the best thing to do is plan ahead. 
 
If you can’t get to the town centre due to road closures, why not use our taxi service to help you get from A to B. 
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