Street food

  • Spring in the Courtyard is a new alfresco bar and street food space in Hackney

    Spring in the Courtyard is a new alfresco bar and street food space in Hackney 

    A big new alfresco space is coming to Hackney, brought to you by the people behind Peckham Levels and Pop Brixton. Hackney Bridge (once known as Clarnico Quay) has had a big makeover and will eventually feature workspaces, restaurants, events and more.

    Kicking things off is Spring in the Courtyard which brings in street food vans to look after the food

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  • More KERB as street food comes to the National Theatre and Tobacco Dock

    More KERB as street food comes to the National Theatre and Tobacco Dock

    With alfresco being once again a big thing in 2021, KERB are expanding their street food markets to a couple of new areas. 

    First up is KERB X National Theatre. where they'll be parking five food trucks from April until the end of summer. That will be kicking off with Biang Dang (Taiwanese lunchboxes), Lords of Poke, Milktree Gelato, Stakehaus

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  • KERB comes to Mayfair with South Molton Street Market

    KERB comes to Mayfair with South Molton Street Market 

    They may have temporarily shut up shop on West India Quay, but KERB are about to launch a brand new market in the centre of town. They're launching South Molton Street Market, taking over the pedestrianised street right around the corner from Bond Street Station. 

    There will be weekly changing vendors, with the best of KERB making an appearance and things kick off with:

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  • Sonora Taqueria is the new Netil Market place from the Pollo Feliz folk

    sonora taqueria at Netil Market

    Over lockdown, Netil Market's Pollo Feliz did a roaring trade in deliveries with East Londoners becoming more than slightly obsessed by their tortillas. So much so, that they've been able to expand with a bigger stall and a new direction. As first reported by Eater, they've become Sonora

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  • Tottenham Hale club The Cause launches the Costa del Tottenham

    costa del tottenham hale

    With nightclubs the businesses most affected by the Covid shutdown (and the last to come out of it), it's unsurprising that some have found other ways to make money in the meantime.

    Up in Tottenham, The Cause nightclub has done a deal to double the outside space it has, and they're planning to make the most of it over the summer. The club has taken over some of the neighbouring industrial units at their site by Tottenham Hale station, and food

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  • Goods Way is a new live music venue, bar and street food space at King's Cross - updated

    goods way kings cross londonThe 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.

  • A guide to London's best food courts and halls

    foodcourtcollageThe 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. 

  • Kingston Kigali are serving up their Rwandan Jamaican vegan food to Peckham Levels

    Kingston Kigali Peckham Levels

    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

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  • Backyard Cinemas unveil their Capital Studios space at Wandsworth

    Bel-Air brings wholesome LA-fare to Farringdon with their second branch Wandsworth gets its own cinema, street food and craft beer complex as Backyard Cinemas open their first permanent space at the Capital Studios.

  • KERB goes indoors with Seven Dials Market in Covent Garden

    KERB goes indoors with Seven Dials Market in Covent Garden

    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

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  • Try Britain's best street food at the British Street Food Awards finals at Hawker House

    street food awards london 2019

    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

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  • Pick and Cheese at Seven Dials Market will be London's (nay the world's) first cheese conveyor belt restaurant

    pick and cheese london conveyor beltIf 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.

  • James Cochran serves up GOAT at Boxpark Croydon

    James Cochran serves up GOAT at Boxpark Croydon

    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

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  • The Upper Place food hall is opening upstairs from Holloway's Nags Head Market

    upperplacefoodcollHolloway Road's food scene gets a further boost with news that the Nags Head Market is being extended for more street food traders.

  • Truffle head to under Hungerford Bridge for their street food spot on the South Bank this summer

    truffle south bank

    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.

    On the South Bank Menu

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