Image courtesy of Sidestory Travel

Image courtesy of Sidestory Travel – see details of my food tour here

  • ABOUT ME: I’m a freelance food & travel journalist (and until February 2015 was the food editor at the London Evening Standard, where I had worked for seven years). I continue to cover food and travel in weekly columns for the paper and for various other publications including ES Magazine, Foodism, Escapism, Conde Nast Traveller, The Times, The Independent, Square Meal, and the Berry Bros. & Rudd blog, and wrote all the restaurant lists for the London Design Guide 2015. I’ve always loved finding and eating street food but in mid-2011 I had a feeling it was going to take over the city. Since then, I believe it really has (see my NY post). On a four-month sabbatical in 2013/14 I visited lots of the street food hubs of Australia and parts of South East Asia and kept up the blog along the way. See the On Tour section for more details.
  • ABOUT THE BLOG: LondonStreetFoodie.co.uk is designed to celebrate and track down the best of this city’s street food. It covers new and existing traders and, where possible, the food reviewed is all paid for by me. NB: If someone does give me a free sample, I’m afraid it does not guarantee a review on the blog.
  • WHY: It might come in handy if you’re looking for somewhere new to visit on your lunch break, if you like an adventure or if you’re looking for a place to take a date but can’t face the formality of a restaurant.
  • WHAT: There are carts, trucks and vans on the move for us to hunt down, trading everything from burgers, burritos and scallops to hot sandwiches and churros. Mostly these taste delicious, contain high quality, locally sourced ingredients and cost very little.
  • WARNING: Part of the fun is trying to find them so please excuse any info that is outdated as they often change their plans without warning. LSF is a growing blog about London street food so although there is lots to tell you about that isn’t listed here yet, it soon will be. Hopefully there will always be something different the next time you visit…
  • IN THE NEWS: It has been lovely to be featured in the following publications: Four MagazineWoman and Home’s 100 best food blogs, Telegraph.co.uk, The Descrier, HostelBookers.com blog, Street Feast blog, Citizen M reports, The Hungry Bea, The Lifestyle Agency blog, London Evening Standard, Flavour First , The Jellied Eel

If you have any London street food news, gossip, questions or suggestions for places to cover, please tweet me or contact me on the email below.


Happy strEATing,
Victoria Stewart

Twitter: @vicstewart

Instagram: @victoriastewartpics

33 Responses to “About”
  1. Hi Victoria,
    Would you be interested in meeting to sample a Delicone? We are considering introducing them in London as street food.

    07831 755 925

  2. Nadi says:


    I am Uk’s first Trader of the original Berliner Döner kebap in Camden/Inverness street market.
    If you want to know, how an authentic, delicious Berliner Döner kebap tastes, you should come to Camden on the Inverness street market this weekend to experience a great different between the Londoner mostly “Doner” crap and an real tasty Döner from Berlin’s streets!

  3. Don Arancini says:

    Hi Victoria,

    I discovered your blog this morning, amazing, great work ! Well, here is more work : you can try the best arancini in town every Sunday at Chatsworth rd market . Look for “Don Arancini” and taste his range of gourmet risotto balls. As a light snack or a more substantial meal you can choose from a selection of deep and well balanced flavours . Here are some of the more popular options :

    – Wild mushrooms and Pecorino romano
    – Sundried tomatoes, goats cheese and basil
    – Chorizo, chilli and saffron
    – Smoked gammon and mozzarella

    You can check Don Arancini on Facebook

    or on http://www.donarancinicatering.co.uk

    or twitter @AranciniDon

    So if you’re around don’t hesitate to come and check him out

    Take care


  4. Hi Victoria,

    I would loooove to offer you one of my street salads – I have just started trading at KERB on Fridays.

    Please could you let me know if this would interest you, as I would love to hear your expert feedback!

    Thanks so much,


  5. Hi I visiting London in mid Nov 2013 and l would love to visit a street food market or a random vendor selling fab food. Is there anywhere you can recommend? Thanks.

    • London Street Foodie says:

      Well do have a read through the blog as it’s designed to show you what is around. I like Brockley. Street Feast. Real food market.

  6. Kate says:

    Hi Victoria

    I’m wanting to add you to Venn Street Market’s press mailing list but I can’t find your email anywhere. Please can you send it to me – it would only be used for related stories to the Market.

    Hoping to hear from you soon..


  7. James Williams says:

    Hi Victoria,

    I am desperately trying to get hold of you to tell you about Street Food Live. Can you give me a number to call you on please?

    Kind regards,


  8. em says:

    Hi there in in need of a quality lively food trader to share our market 82a commercial st London…know anyone that might need a spot?

  9. SCOTT says:

    we are a new Indian street food company looking for a couple of enthusiastic guys or girls to run their own north London street food café and market stall (Sundays)

    this is a great opportunity for someone or a few friends to have their own business

    we will train and support you, provide you with the food and help with marketing

    The café is a young trendy and exciting looking and already making a profit
    any nationality as long as your driven and really passionate about street food
    call me on 07914 876702

  10. Kat says:

    I’m looking for a really good English breakfast stall. I’ve come across them at festivals, but not in London. The kind that does bacon, egg and sausage in great bread.

    • London Street Foodie says:

      Try Original Fry Up Material. People rave about them. Also Mother Flipper (burgers normally) does a mean breakfast version st Brockley market – or used to anyway. Keep me posted if you find a good one.

  11. For Breakfast you should try Social Meat Club at Brook Green Market and Kitchen West Kensington, their signature flakey smoked salmon is a Market staple, soft hearty chunks of salmon dressed with nordic pickled veg, creme fraiche and dill is unforgettable. But if you are looking for a traditional English Breakfast stall then you will really enjoy Pick Organics Farm, they do a great bacon, egg and sausage roll, the roll is by Astons bakery – all ingredients are organic. Come and check it out

  12. SBO says:

    I agree have a really useful!

  13. Avi Mair says:

    Hi Victoria,

    I am actually launching food tech startup which I think would be very interesting for you, called Foodster (www.foodster.london), given that we focus on tastings of British artisan products.

    Foodster quite simply gives customers the ability to try before they buy food online – surprisingly a completely untapped opportunity before us. Customers receive actual bitesize tasters in their subscription box of products they have chosen to sample.

    We focus on taste and informed purchasing of food in the online space, not just snacking.

    Foodster is launching on Indiegogo in October and we currently have 9 products ready to showcase in the first month with more artisan foodpreneurs coming onboard every week.

    Does this sound interesting to you?

    Best wishes,

    Founder at Foodster

  14. Colin Mordi says:

    Hi Victoria,
    My name is Colin Mordi, founder of online food platform The Food Sauce. The reason for getting in touch with you is that we would like to discuss with you an industry event with a selection of our sponsors that is taking place next month and would like to exclusively invite you to come along.
    I look forward to hearing from you to discuss the event in more detail my email is info@thefoodsauce.co.uk

    Colin Mordi

  15. Rod doyle says:

    I am looking for a trader to sell food outside my venue in S e London. Yes I have a street food licence and would like to hear from someone small,portable,and wants to try a new space
    Please mail me

  16. clare says:


    We are opening a new food market (fresh produce and street food) in Highgate Village, Highgate, London N6 situated on the grounds of a beautiful primary school and wondered what is it we do to be added to your site.

    Kindest Regards

    Stall 4 All
    Highgate Village Market

  17. Millie says:

    Hi Victoria,

    I love your website, the design is amazing!

    If you are in Soho any time soon (from Wednesday to Saturday) I would love to extend an invite for you to come and try our Yorkshire Burrito! You can find out a little about what we do on our website Yorshireburrito.com.

    Let me know if you are keen and I will make sure that the guys on the stall sort you out!


    • Victoria says:

      Hi there,
      Thank you, and that’s a very kind offer – I tend to go to markets anonymously most of the time though. Good to know about your burrito though.
      All the best,

  18. Anuj Agarwal says:

    Hi Victoria,

    My name is Anuj Agarwal. I’m Founder of Feedspot.

    I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog London Street Foodie has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 60 London Food Blogs on the web.


    I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 60 London Food Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!

    Also, you have the honor of displaying the badge on your blog.


  19. Suj says:

    Hey Hey Victoria,

    Loving the blog. I wanted to reach out to you to let you know what we are starting our very first pitch at Tower Bridge this Saturday 4th Nov. ‘Kottu Lanka’ is brand new and brings Sri Lankan Kottu Roti to London. If you’ve never tried it before, Kottu is a mish mash of Sri Lankan pancake with egg, veg and chicken / mutton / seafood curry. The best way to describe it is that its like the best part of a curry when you are mopping up at the end with the bread.

    We have posted some pics of the dishes on our facebook page if you would like to take a look:


    Please let us know if you’d like to pop by. Its our first ever day, so there might be some teething issues, but I guess that’s all part of the fun :-)



    • Victoria says:

      Hi there,
      Thanks for getting in touch. I have tried Kottu Roti and I liked it a lot.
      I can’t sadly make it this weekend, but I’ll certainly try to come soon.
      In any case, feel free to email me using the details above.
      All the best,

  20. ufabet says:

    Hi Victoria,

    I love your blog. When I desperate to find a place to eat, I always come to your blog to find one!
    Thanks !

  21. Hi Victoria,

    my name is Eleanor and i work at a publishing company called ACC Art Books.

    We have recently published a series of books as well as have a further two awaiting publication called ‘The London Series’
    I would love to send you a copy/ copies of these. The series include:
    London Peculiars
    Rock ‘n’ Roll London
    Vinyl London
    Art London & Writer’s London are due out in the upcoming months.

    Let me know if this is something you would be interested on doing, and i can get copies of these books over to you for review on your website!

    Thanks so much for your time & i look forward to hearing from you.

    • Victoria says:

      Hi Eleanor,
      Thank you for getting in touch! These sounds fab but since this is a street food blog, I can’t cover your books on here as it’s only about street food. Best of luck with the book sales though.
      All the best,

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