London Street Foodie on Tour: Sydney street food part 1

If on my travels so far the Singapore street food scene is the rather sanitised but exceptionally well fed king of it all, then the one in Sydney is like its excitable nephew, just learning the tricks of the trade. There are farmers markets at weekends here but those have been around for a while; the scene is tiny in terms of the number of people trading from vans and trucks and doing the kind of big meet-ups like Street Feast or Feast that Londoners... Read More

London street food: book roundup

Anyone else noticed that there are a lot of street food cook books out in the shops now? Well since I have had the pleasure of leafing through lots of them, cooking from others and gawping at the luscious pictures in all of them, I thought I’d do a little roundup which I’ll add to as more come out. The first lot relates to actual street food traders, mostly in London; the second part includes cookbooks with street food-related recipes in them. I’ve... Read More

London street food: some news bites

Mukhwas shortbread from Pistachio Rose (Acklam Road Market) A few bits of street food news: 1 LONDON STREET FOOD FINDER If you haven’t already downloaded Richard Johnson’s British Street App, I’d recommend you do. It’s the best around at the moment, helping you locate your nearest street food – wherever you are. Plus you can rate the food after you’ve tried it. FREE from the app store or http://britishstreetfood.co.uk/app 2 LONDON... Read More

a biggish update on London street food in July

Wow, it feels like rather a long time since I did a street food tour of London. For a while after I launched the blog, it was the only thing I did on Saturday mornings. And then I realised I probably needed not to spend four hours eating fried chicken, schnitzel sarnies and flapjacks – however good they were – and should fill my time with other, more cultural things. So there have been jaunts to the countryside, a trip up to Scotland,... Read More

London Street Foodie on tour: tripe in Florence

Tripe is prepared from a stall in Florence (Pic: Sarah Hewer) The joy of street food is that it can be eaten anywhere. Trucks travel, stalls can be set up at short notice and trailers can be loaded and unloaded with relative ease – and of course streets tend to be excellent hosts. Here at LondonStreetFoodie we like to travel – that is, I have always taken every opportunity to discover new places and have happily found out that some of... Read More

The Rib Man: making London saucier

One of the hottest sauces in town Let’s play a little game. But first, a few things. One, this is a mostly multiple choice kind of game so you can’t prepare for it. Two, the man in question is one of the best examples of why London street food is buzzing, not only because his ribs taste good but because he has the energy and passion to be up all hours of the night cooking them – and anyone who has ever walked up Brick Lane in the... Read More

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