Bristol Dal Trail – restaurants and cafes, get involved!

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Bristol Dal Trail - restaurants and cafes, get involved


The British Dal Festival returns for 2020 from March 21st to 31st – and Bristol restaurants and cafés are being asked to get involved in its Dal Trail.

Across the nation, over 300 eateries and retailers will be putting dal and other pulse dishes and ingredients centre stage, showing off the local flavours and traditions that cooks around the world bring to these versatile ingredients.

To join in with the Dal Trail, Bristol restaurants and cafés simply need to cook a lentil or other pulse dish to be served during the festival, and let the Dal Festival organisers know, so they can shout about it to the press and others – you can sign up here.

There’s plenty more going on during the British Dal Festival – which originated in Bristol in 2018 – too. Retailers will promote recipes and ingredients for customers to cook up their own dal dishes at home, while on the evening of 27th March, Bristol’s famous St Nick’s Night Market returns for a special dal themed edition. The evening will provide opportunities to feast and explore the magic of dal, with street food stalls offering a fabulous range of dals and pulse dishes, cookery demos from brilliant chefs, children’s activities, a market of dal ingredients and accompaniments, and more.

Find out more about the British Dal Festival and the Dal Trail on their website.


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