Uniquely, Tropical Pressure is a 100% Vegetarian Festival! We have worked hard to source some of the very best Vegetarian chefs and street food stalls and offer a delicious range of meals and snacks that all the family will enjoy.

We are delighted to announce details of all the yummy food & refreshment you can find at Tropical Pressure 2017:

beanbug-001BeanBug: When in need for your daily caffeine fix, look out for this cute coffee tricycle selling organic freshly roast coffee, you can’t miss it!




Cantinasign2016BLa Cantina Cafe: Mount Pleasant Eco parks on site Cafe will be providing all festival goers with a freshly cooked, delicious breakfast to start the day. Come and take a seat in our covered Oak Atrium, get a real mug of Freshly ground Coffee, a bowl of Granola with fresh tropical fruit and yoghurt or a full Vegetarian/Vegan English breakfast. Take time out to plan your day ahead of you. Serving breakfast from 8am (in trying to minimise the use of takeaway cups on site-make sure you bring your own mug to get 50p off your hot drinks).



churrosChoccy Churros: We can’t imagine what life would be like without a sunny field, filled with colourful people, tropical music and the sweet wafting smells of those deep fried Spanish doughnut sticks… Basically,you can’t have a festival without them (and the chocolate sauce!)




delipopDeli Pops: Made in St. Agnes, Deli Pops will be supplying Tropical Pressure with quirky, melt in the mouth Ice-Lollies. We are really proud of these guys who are now selling their proper lollies across the nation!




KcFKCF: or Keep Cornwall Fed. Two lovely Chefs from the Eden Project kitchens who will be making some really groovy veggie and vegan burgers, fries and sweet potato wedges for us to devour. However, aside from the tasty grub, these two are on a mission to reduce food waste and tackle food poverty in Cornwall. KCF is a social enterprise and for every meal sold at Tropical Pressure, another meal will be donated back to someone in food poverty.



lafafa-trailerLaFaFa: A firm favourite from last year, Lindsay makes fresh Middle Eastern Falafels, juicy wraps stuffed with Lebanese inspired salads & all round vibrant flavours.





hubbadilliaHubbadillia: A buzzing solar-powered Cafe dishing out an array of Cake, super-food snacks and intensely moorish wood-fired pizza.





Manic-OrganicManic Organic & the Steam Phunk Cafe: A UK-wide festival favourite and award winner, you can’t miss the bright yellow flowers and good vibes of Manic Organic. Serving delicious home-made curries and other tasty morsels throughout the day and night.




mexMexican Bean: A big, eye catching 1950s Citroen dishing out a myriad Mexican delights, follow your nose to find real Mexican inspired Quesadillas and treats including cinnamon Hot Chocolate. Ay, carumba!




Proper-Pancakes-Street-Food-Cornwall-Trailer-480x369Proper Pancakes: From her bright yellow 1950s caravan you’ll be served classic Diner delights with a tropical twist- like fluffy pancake stacks with Hibiscus Curd & strawberries and savoury options like vegan Sloppy Joes or grilled cheese sandwiches with pineapple.




Salvador ThaliSalvador Thali: Authentic & taste bud tantalising, knock your socks off Indian Street Food. You’ll be able to delight in Pan & Behl Puris & traditional Chai Masala. Make sure you find Terry at the festival before he sells out!




TPFestivalCaribbeanSt.Best Caribbean: Delivering Tropical Pressure THE best Jerk Curry in Cornwall and traditional veggie/vegan Patties and tropical home pressed juices. Come visit Julia and the team for real Caribbean flavours and spirit!




truly crumptious-001Truly Crumptious: Have you ever tried a really good homemade (on site) crumpet with a melt-in-the mouth topping? We’d highly recommend it. These won ‘best snack award’ at Womad in 2016, amongst other awards. These crumpets are like nothing else you’ve ever tried: made with organic Cornish flour, the middle is fluffy and the griddled top crunchy.




XurrasXurras Organic BBQ: Think of this wonderful combination…Homegrown Organic Vegetables, skewered on a big barrel BBQ, giving off the smells of your favourite holiday in Portugal. And yes, there will be Halloumi.