The daughter of the a legendarily quirky record shop's owner has become an equally offbeat entrepreneur - selling top quality 'restaurant quality' food from a street van.

Ex-Windsor Girls School pupil Milly Foley, 32, of Perrycroft, Windsor is the brains behind Test Kitchen, a mobile gourmet street kitchen.

It looks like the sort of street van you would buy a burger from.

But what you will get is top notch food bought at the Royal Farm Shop at Windsor Castle cooked in front of you by Miss Foley and her partner John O'Connor, a chef who also works in professional kitchens

Miss Foley said: "I bought the van on a whim from eBay, I was nine months pregnant, overdue, stuck at home and bored. I had become inspired by the quality of street food you could get in London and thought it could work here.

"We were lucky that the van was already kitted out. The two guys behind had managed to get their own restaurant so did not need it any more."

Miss Foley is the daughter of Richard Foley, the legendary proprietor of Revolution Records in St Leonard's Road famous for its quirky and varied range of vinyl between 1977 and 1999.

So it is not so surprising that she has followed in his footsteps to become an equally individualistic Windsor entrepreneur.

She said: "I'm like him. I think we both have a streak of rebellion in us. Dad is a Nomad. He lives in Seville now, wind surfing and kayaking."

Miss Foley and Mr O'Connor now have a bouncing two-year-old boy called Salvador and their street kitchen it is great demand at private parties and functions - often catering for guests at events run by the Loading Bay Cafe on the Vansittart estate and at the Windsor and Eton Brewery.

She and Mr O'Connor are hosting their own event at the Loading Bay Cafe on Friday, May 25 - a pop-up market called Hawker's Bazaar. Go onto their Facebook page @testkitchenfood to find out more.