The team behind Flat Iron Yard are heading to King's Cross for their next multi-purpose venue which will serve up live music, American drinks and street food.
The London food scene is ever-changing and the growing popularity of upscale food halls is part of that. If you fancy eating out, but want a much broader choice than a single restaurant will allow for - these may be just what you need. We round up some of London's best.
New to Peckham Levels is Kingston Kigali, an East African and Caribbean inspired food vendor. It's run by Stacey Uwimana who combines her own Rwandese Mukiga heritage with her business partner Salma's British Jamaican background to serve up vegan food with a difference.
Inspired by the food they eat at home, they've come up with an offering intended to put Rwandan food on the map. "We aim... to get people discovering the beauty of a
Wandsworth gets its own cinema, street food and craft beer complex as Backyard Cinemas open their first permanent space at the Capital Studios.
Updated 9/9/19 with the final line-up
Over the years, KERB, after starting at King's Cross, have gone on to conquer all parts of London with their lunchtime street food markets (and some great evening events). And now they've finally decided to go indoors for their next venture, a covered market at Seven Dials.
They're taking over the 19th century Thomas Neal’s Warehouse in Seven
The annual British Street Food Awards is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, with the finals of the competition taking place once again at Street Feast’s Hawker House, on September 13th and 14th.
There will be 16 finalists from all over the UK cooking at Hawker House over the two days, with each having come through regional heats over the past few months for their place in the final. Each of the traders will put forward two
If you've ever wondered what entirely new delights the London food scene held for jaded city dwellers, then behold the new cheese conveyor belt restaurant coming your way.
Something new from James Cochran (the man behind 12:51) is incoming. This time he's going south to Boxpark Croydon for GOAT, his first foray into street food (which originally kicked off in Lewisham's Model Market).
As you might imagine from the name, it's all about goat meat. He's been working with top supplier Cabrito, who are getting supermarkets and restaurants to use more of what was previously wasted. And it's also
Holloway Road's food scene gets a further boost with news that the Nags Head Market is being extended for more street food traders.
The spot under Hungerford Bridge is a prime one for London foodies to keep an eye on. After all, this is where both Pitt Cue and Bleecker have plied their trade in the early days. Now there's a new trader in town. Truffle have opened a summer long residency under the bridge in a shipping container. They'll be serving up a range of burgers (meat and veggie) all with their hit of truffle along with steak and a range of sides.
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This all sounds pretty exciting. According to the Standard today, Truman Brewery are on the move to Walthamstow. Having started out in Brick Lane way back in the 17th century and moved to Hackney Wick rather more recently, they've today announced plans for a massive new brewery in E17. The new brewery will take
What do you get when you put a chef who's spent the last seven year working at one of Mayfair's swankiest restaurants in charge of street food? Well MOLO hopes to provide the answer.
Kicking off at Netil Market this weekend, it sees the previous development chef of Novikov Group, Giacomo Uzzo and business partner Federico Ciampolini serving up gourmet fish buns.
Using top quality sustainable seafood the menu's a mixture of Mediterranean and Asian flavours.
Three Uncles is coming to Holloway's Upper Place market with authentic Cantonese roasted meats. Find out what's on the menu...
Not happy with already boasting Borough Market and Flat Iron Square, London Bridge is getting a whole new eating, drinking, shopping and art space. This time it's the turn of Vinegar Yard - and it comes from the people behind the nearby and aforementioned Flat Iron Square.
The space is a combination of street food, bars, container pop-up shops and there's a big old
As anyone who's ever had to pass through a UK airport recently will know, the food and drink side of things can be a little disappointing. If you're not after a liquid breakfast of Fosters and are craving something more substantial than what you can grab at Pret, then pickings are pretty slim.
So we're pleased to hear that newish Stansted Airport spot the Camden Bar & Kitchen is doing its best to sort things out for foodie travellers there. They've
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