If you live down Peckham way, then you may already know that the area's iconic multi-storey carpark (the one that Frank's lives on top of) is almost ready to unveil itself as the street food-laden Peckham Levels. To get us nice and warmed up though, Levels is now running a six-week weekend residency at the carpark's neighbour, Spike + Earl.
The idea is that each weekend, the Peckham coffee and cocktail bar will showcase various local vendors, giving us a chance to
And it's back. Good news for South London foodies as Model Market returns for the summer season, opening next weekend over the bank holiday.
On the trader front, there'll be the Lewisham stalwarts Mama’s Jerk, Mother Flipper and SE Cakery, alongside Street Feast regulars such as Up In My Grill, Mother Clucker, You Doughnut, Petare and INK.
But the best news is that there'll be two new traders this season - Tacos del Rey and Tim Anderson's Japanese soul
Street Feast are behind this brand new ‘rooftopia’ opening in Crossrail Place, and they’re bringing in in Jose Pizarro, Yum Bun and Thunderbird, among others. There’ll also be a 360° view bar, and loads of beer on tap.
Following the ongoing success of Pergola on the roof, there's another alfresco eating and drinking spot coming to London with Pergola Paddington Square.
Canalside instead of rooftop, this version of Pergola is bringing with it some new food and drink spots to Paddington (which will be very welcomed).
Food to expect is:
2 days. 8 Traders. 1 Bucket. If that doesn't tell you almost EVERTHING you need to know about Kerb's upcoming fried chicken event, then let us elaborate further.
Taking place on 5 and 6 May in King's Cross eight chicken traders will showcase their fried fare.
Tickets are £25 (early bird - geddit - are already sold out) and for that you get a portion of fried chicken from each Bucket List trader, plus a complimentary drink of choice.
We can never get enough dumpling news, to be frank. And getting the news that Yum Bun are opening a dumplings spot is doubly good.
Just launched in Dinerama, we're told they'll be serving up "Northern Chinese-inspired Xian spices with cumin and coriander, chive-infused oils and rich fillings inside a fresh and delicate dumpling case" and they're calling that "The Big Hug".
And those fillings will be the
Breddos are at it again. Not content leading the charge the capital’s Mexican food revival, and a host of partnerships,they're now they’re going back to their roots by taking their taco truck to Holborn.
Come lunchtime, the lucky souls working and living in and around the area will now be able to get a taste of the taco action, choosing from a simple
Vegans, look away now. Vegetarians too, actually. In fact, this advice applies to everyone who’s not immediately intrigued at the sound of a new ‘bad-ass BBQ shack on wheels.’
Hyper-macho hot sauce sellers Meat Lust (who have the motto ‘Thug flavours that punch hard and don’t apologise’) has joined forces with some of London’s most notorious street food vendors for a capital-wide tour from their Bare Bones Bus - a repurposed double decker, freshly kitted out
When Michelin-starred chefs meet street food specialists, it seems only amazing things can happen. The Sellers Sub is a new sandwich that’s the lovechild of Tom Sellers from Michelin-starred Story and Sub Cult, and even the description packs a punch.
It’ll consist of Asian-fusion duck sausage, Gruyere cheese, cucumber relish, fermented ginger mustard, spring onions, watercress and five-spice
You may have spotted their street food at markets across town from Angel to Broadgate, but now Greek food folk Kalimera are settling down. They're opening their first permanent spot in Camden Market.
Owner Télémaque Argyriou is the real deal - even the organic olive oil, used in his company's cooking comes from his own family’s small farm in Sparta (the new Camden spot will have the oil to buy too).
Food-wise, expect to see their own version of the classic
Business for London's street food folk is booming. The latest we hear is of is a new indoor street van spot coming to Peckham.
The Peckham Feastival launches on 11th November with a collection of street food trucks including The Cheese Truck, Popdogs, Forza Win (that's their nduja croquettes pictured above) and Rainbo. Taking over 11,500 sq foot warehouse in Peckham’s Copeland Park, they'll also have two bars, plenty of space to eat and provide a home to Birdies
Blending a host of wintery food truck offerings with what can only be described as a banging East London soundtrack, the Last Days of Shoreditch is back, reopening for its winter season on October 28th.
Revellers out for a bite and a boogie in Old Street will be able to fuel up for the night with a range of tasty London street food. Among others, there’ll be warming slow-cooked goodies from Pull and Punch, sticky wings galore from
The much-loved Little Feast is returning to Shepherd's Bush in November with a new English winter garden theme. The place will be packed with Christmas trees adorned with sparkling fairy lights and candlelit tables. They'll be supplying blankets, of course, and drinks include mulled wine and cider in the covered and heated space which will fit 240. They'll also have winter cocktails, beers and
Benares is paying homage to the diverse culture and heritage of Indian street food with a new menu set to launch this month at the Michelin-starred Indian restaurant and bar.
Available from next Monday until Christmas, the street food menu features five dishes, each of which have been designed by a chef from the Benares kitchen.
The menu is made up of dishes from every corner of India and pays homage to the diverse cuisines of each
Popular West London street market Little Feast is returning and its summer line-up makes it a must visit. For the new season they're going to be transforming the site at Shepherds Bush Market into an English walled garden with a dash of beach house alongside.
Street-food vendors confirmed so far are:
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