From spicy corn cakes to burritos and barbecued burgers, there was something for all visitors and tastes at the Marsdens North Devon Street Food Awards on Saturday. The annual event saw street food vendors set up stall on Ilfracombe seafront to enjoy custom from local people, holidaymakers and cruise ship passengers. Organised by Events4Ilfracombe as part of the All Things Morris weekend, vendors competed for the favour of the judges and a coveted Maurice trophy created by Shoreline Glass. Ready to add a notch to their belts as judges were Ilfracombe Mayor Paul Crabb, the Gazettes Matt Smart, Gloria OConnell of Marsdens and Ruth and Steve Rudge of Harbour Lights. The best of the best award went to Phansits Kitchen, which also won best fish and seafood dish. The Peoples Choice award as voted by visitors on the day went to SunFish Cuisine, which also won the sweet category. Best meat dish went to Pig & Olive of Umberleigh, best poultry to Devon Caterers and best vegetarian to Seasonal Samosas. Simon Harris of Pig & Olive said it had been a nice day: There are lots of people about and we have seen a few from the cruise ship, I was chatting to them and they seemed to be having a nice time. In the best All Things Morris tradition there were Morris dance groups performing around the town, on the seafront, pier and anywhere else they could swing a stick or squeeze an accordion. Today (Sunday) Fore Street was closed for the day to allow more Morris music and merriment, while a display of classic Morris vehicles by Morris and Friends took over the seafront.Click here to return to our homepage for more North Devon news.