*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. Lots has changed in this arena since 2012 (have a read of this piece about the UK’s ‘new’ street food markets, for evidence),... Read More

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

Ropewalk at Maltby Street (pic: Victoria Stewart) “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 something about the market as part of a book (not mine)... Read More

London Street Foodie on Tour: festival street food

The team from Sea Dog food at Glastonbury Festival Glasto what Glasto? Bog off with your oh-so-uhmazing stories of getting lost in a field with glitter on your face… we’re onto other festivals now. Well. Hear me out. Anyone who reads this blog will know that I have an aversion to music festival planners who don’t seem to pay any attention to the food line-up, assuming that everyone that is there for the fun and the music is also happy to pay... Read More

Street Kitchen: a new London street food arch

Street Kitchen’s new ‘hatch’ near London Fields station, east London 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 pie, and before I know it it’s become a blog post. So... Read More

London Street Foodie on tour: visiting Peugeot’s new food truck in Paris

Radish and raspberries, by chef Sven Char Lettuce wrap, by chef Sven Chartie                     It is early April and I am in Paris, standing inside Carreau de Temple, a colossal mid-nineteenth century steel and glass structure that used to be one of the city’s largest traditional covered markets and what is now used to host cultural events. In front of me is a gleaming red and silver vehicle. Inside... Read More

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