Mixed curry box from Warung Tempeh on Leather Lane (pic credit: Tofu Princess blog)

London Street Food tips in 200: Warung Tempeh, Leather Lane Market

Leather Lane market is one of the oldest London street food markets, yet even the quickest visit will prove that this way of eating is still thriving. In fact, things are better than that. Even on a fantastically rainy day – when you’d think everyone would order food to be delivered straight to their seats so they didn’t have to […]

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*NEW SERIES* London Street Food Tips in 200: Lahpet at Old Spitalfields Market

As some of you well know, this blog is a labour of love. It started out as a hobby, a simple guide to the city’s best street food stalls, markets, and trucks, and as the industry widened and writing a full guide got bigger than me, it developed into more of a journal of random street food adventures. […]

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London street food panel discussion, podcast, and recent best bites

I’m pointing out the blooming obvious here, but there are a hell of lot of delicious things to eat at London street food markets at the moment. Yeah, yeah we’ve heard that before, mate. But, seriously, think about it: five or so years ago there just wasn’t the gigantic variety of street food available that […]

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Bagel shelves at Monty's Deli, pic from Instagram.com

Monty’s Deli on Hoxton Street (and a preamble about what happens when a London street food trader turns into a restaurant)

What happens when a London street food trader opens up a restaurant? Is it still street food, has it sold out, and/or or does it move into London street food stall-turned restaurant territory and therefore become a different thing, with different priorities and a different audience? Also, if it’s the latter, then should it really […]

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'“Crowd Control” - multiple markets and lots of tourist visitors every Sunday on Brick Lane' (Pic: Wilkes McDermid)

In memory of Wilkes McDermid – where these London Street Food traders are now

This time two years ago a fine food photograher friend Wilkes McDermid, who was probably the biggest supporter of the London street food scene, left us. Last year, with the help of lots of people, we ran a tribute post to him on this blog. This year, I thought that rather than look back that […]

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Fermented tea leaf salad from Lahpet at Maltby Street Market (Pic: Victoria Stewart)

Sunday at Maltby Street Market: still a London street food staple

“Maltby shmaltby – it just gets so busy, there, so I’ve stopped going,” a few people have said to me recently about Maltby Street Market in Bermondsey. Well, fusty friends, I’ve got news. Get down there for Sunday brunch you’ll find it a little quieter… I decided to go to Ropewalk at Maltby Street because I’m writing […]

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Wraps from The Athenian at St Katharine's Docks World Food Market

Epicurean at St Katharine Docks: London street food from around the world

Now that street food is, er, trendy, and has been for a while, the volume of emails or tweets I get from people saying ‘I’ve quit my job and started a street food van – do you have any idea of where I can trade?’ has increased a lot. And, call me cynical, but with […]

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Crispy chicken salad from Street Kitchen's new 'hatch' in London Fields

Street Kitchen: a new London street food arch

It occured to me the other day that the running theme of my most recent London street food adventures documented on here has been ‘accidental’ or ‘impromptu – that is, I haven’t ended up eating food that I’ve planned in advance to eat, I’ve just happened upon it, dived in for a slice of the […]

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"One of my favourite photos of Wilkes is with that massive flintstone rib from Smokestak, he had such fun!" Pic: Brindin Allen

Wilkes McDermid: remembering the best supporter of London street food

A year ago today a man named Wilkes McDermid left this world. As well as being a brilliant friend to many he was also someone who was well known by lots of people in the London street food world and wider food industry because of his continual and enthusiastic support of their work and food. […]

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London street food: Sea Dog at the Southbank Centre Market

When I was younger my family would go on very long drives all the way to north east Scotland to visit my ‘Scottish granny’ who lived in Banffshire, and my brother, sister and I would all sit in the backseat of the car mostly arguing or sleeping. My parents, always thinking up solutions on how […]

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London Street Foodie is an ever-growing guide to the best places to eat London street food. There's a lot of street food waiting to be discovered right now; we'd like to help nudge you towards the good stuff.