Another vendor I was excited to see at the Omagh Food Festival was Baz and Ed’s Catering and street Food business. I’ve bought their honey and oat bread (amazing!) from Omagh’s Monday Market as well as their Rocky Road Biscuits so I was excited to see them. They say it’s a sign off a good eatery if its always busy, well if this is the case then Bas and Eds must be extraordinary. They were super busy and everytime I went past there was a queue snaking round the corner lol.
After perusing the menu and deliberating between the beef and the chicken fajita I finally settled on the chicken with the works (obviously` I’m nothing if not thorough)! Now, I’m talking tender chargrilled chicken, peppers, guacamole, lettuce, onion, tomatoes, all served on a homemade flatbread` which I couldn’t even see at first due to the amount of filling! with a side of tortilla chips (that sounds very American but you know what I mean lol).
I love the fact Baz and Eds is a family run business. This brother and sister team obviously enjoy woking together and they make a formidable duo (fair play, my sister would have pulled the plug on this venture after a week!). Their food is some of the best I tasted at the food festval. Fresh, homemade and filling without feeling heavy the fajita was the perfect combination of cool, hot and spicy. Their food, along with the staff and their obvious joy for cooking and baking make Bas and Eds an impressive culinary experience and the fact they didn’t balk at my demands for a selfie when they had a break in serving customers and didn’t mind me taking loads of photos of the food also made me very happy lol!!
Thanks for reading, if you’ve been lucky enough to try and of Baz and Ed’s offers please feel free to let us all know what you think by leaving a comment below.