Eye on London - The Top Twenty London Street Food Stalls

Eye on London - The Top Twenty London Street Food Stalls

London from the inside Monday 11th - Sunday 17th September 2017

If like us, you feel like that best way to get to know a city is to eat your way around it, then this week’s street food special blog is the one for you with every type of food you could possibly imagine, right at your fingertips. Please double check opening days and times before visiting as they’re not all open everyday throughout the year.

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The place: Whitecross Street near Barbican and Old Street
What to expect: City workers grabbing their lunches.

Don’t miss: Luardos

19

The place: Pergola Paddington
What to expect: Cocktails and parties on the roof.

Don’t miss: Decatur’s oysters in garlic butter

18

The place: E17 Village Market, Walthamstow
What to expect: A really local feel where you can pick up some lovely sourdough bread, meat and cheese too.

Don’t miss: Sheng High

17

The place: Leather Lane (Chancery Lane or Farringdon tube)
What to expect: Gourmet sandwiches and street food interspersed with market clothes stalls and hipster coffee shops.

Don’t miss: Grill My Cheese

16

The place: Netil Market, E8 Hackney
What to expect: Some beautiful art and crafts alongside the food.

Don’t miss: LemLem Kitchen, Morty & Bob’s

15

The place: Berwick Street Market, Soho

What to expect: The unexpected… it’s Soho!

Don’t miss: Savage Salads

14

The place: Boxpark Shoreditch
What to expect: A pop-up mall in a shipping container with some nice food and drink options.

Don’t miss:  Cook Daily - vegan, grime and jerk

13

The place: Hackney Downs Vegan Market
What to expect: The @FatGayVegan’s brand new event takes place on the third Saturday of every month.

Don’t miss: Big V, Temple of Seitan

12

The place: Model Market by Street Feast, Lewisham
What to expect: Rum, craft beer and a late night.

Don’t miss: Mother Flipper, The Gyoza Guys, Ink

11

The place: KERB Camden Market
What to expect: Some of the best London street food seven days a week.

Don’t miss: Burger and Beyond, The Cheese Bar, Crosstown Doughnuts

10

The place: Flat Iron Square

What to expect: Four street food bars, five bars and live entertainment under the arches.

Don’t miss: Mike & Ollie, Bitten Club, Laffa

9

The place: Brockley Market
What to expect: Award winning local market supporting local traders, every Saturday 10am-2pm. It’s worth a trip to Aladdin’s Cave reclamation centre around the corner too.

Don’t miss: Sub Cult

8

The place: Brick Lane Market

What to expect: Everything! Probably the coolest street in London to walk down any day of the week but get there early on a Sunday for the market and you won’t miss out.

Don’t miss: The Rib Man

7

The place: Kerb Granary Square

What to expect: More Kerb deliciousness in the lovely new King’s Cross development.

Don’t miss: Kimchinary, Luxury Flats, Taco Dave

6

The place: Hawker House Street Feast, Canada Water

What to expect: “Food, booze and grooves at the Canada Water mega-market.”

Don’t miss: Mother Clucker, Rola Wala

5

The place: Dinerama Street Feast, Shoreditch
What to expect: A 36-tap beer bar… need we say more?

Don’t miss: Lagom, Prawnography, Yumplings  

4

The place: Broadway Market, Hackney  
What to expect: A farmer’s market, street food and some of the best coffee in London on one of the coolest streets.

Don’t miss: Spice Box

3

The place:  Maltby Street Market  
What to expect: Borough Market’s little (but growing fast) and less touristy brother.

Don’t miss: Sub Cult, Devi’s, Skins  

2

The place: Southbank SC Food Market

What to expect: Loads of brilliant food stalls, a stone’s throw from the river and the London Eye.

Don’t miss: Allihopa, Spit & Roast

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The place: Borough Market

What to expect: London’s most renowned food and drink market surrounded by great bars and restaurants.

Don’t miss: Scotchtails artisan scotch eggs

 

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