Bringing delicious, globally-influenced, Scottish sourced street food to the people! Our flavourful menu is seasonal, but it always includes the best of local, sustainable meat and farm fresh produce.
We currently have no permanent home, but keep busy attending markets and festivals around Edinburgh and beyond. See the calendar below for our upcoming events and check out our blog for examples of our tasty menus.
We’re also available for private hire, no matter the event – weddings, business lunches, birthday parties, Hogmanay celebrations, bat mitzvahs – just head to the Contact page.
See what people are saying about FreshRev:
Your pork slider was AMAZING. I think I'll now be stalking you around all the Edinburgh markets to try and hunt it down....
Smoked butternut squash stew! Amazing!! So much flavour. Loved it X
These guys produce amazing food and try to make everybody happy. Very impressed, will have to try the buffalo sausage rolls next time, mm delicious! Thanks for keeping 28 stags happy, the boys loved it, hats off to Fresh revolution 🙂
I make a bee-line for Fresh R-evol-ution nearly every saturday morning at the castle terrace farmers market and I am never disappointed. Great food is a great way to start the day! Would recommend to all food lovers.
Not only was the Irish Pakora amazing, the people are lovely too! Absolute winner!
Delicious offerings at the Fringe Festival. Vegan Haggis was great as was the Mac n' Cheese. Will have to come back to visit you in the truck!
Perfect pork belly slider. Very tasty and made our day!
Fantastic food at yesterday's Stewart's Brewing beer festival mac and cheese 👌🏼
Fresh Revolution is a breath of ...fresh... air in the food truck scene. Consistently good and creative food choices, and something that you can feel good about as they source ingredients locally! Veggie or Meat choices, so there's something for everyone, and the regularly updated menu keeps you trying something new every time! All time faves have included the beetroot burger, frittata, and of course the Irish pakora (if you haven't tried it, you need to hunt them down!).