Street Food in London
We all know that nothing quite gets our stomachs rumbling like delicious street food. And in a multicultural, foodie city like London, you're always going to be spoiled for choice. Some of the world's most talented chefs have travelled extensively and experimented with various ingredients to create street food dishes that push every boundary. With a conveyor belt of pop-ups and the popularity of casual dining restaurants, it's never been easier to enjoy street food in London. To help sort through the crowds, we've pulled together a list of the very best places to enjoy delicious street food in London.
Last updated on 10th August 2017
Neverland is up there as one of London's summer highlight. Complete with deck chairs and beach side shacks, this BYOB al-fresco drinking space is decorated as a serene beach front and features street food stands run by London's most famous vendors. Whether you enjoying everything the cheese experts at Le Rac Shack have to offer or are inhaling delicious bao courtesy of Le Bao, this London pop-up will feature some of the best street food in town.
Ever found yourself day dreaming about a fun summer party fuelled by unlimited slices of delicious pizza? Luckily, we've got the event just for you. Taking place in a secret location, Over Dough couples all the pizza your heart and stomach can handle with huge DJ sets. For an unrivalled party vibe and London's best street food, head down and grab a slice of the action.
Travelling to the beach just got a whole lot easier thanks to the team at Brixton Beach. Setting up a pop-up beach on a rooftop in South London, the team have created arguably the capital's best summer hangout, complete with quirky bars and stunning street food. With mac 'n' cheese burgers from the team at Mac To The Future to mouth-watering Stakehaus steak fries, there are few better ways to enjoy street food in London.
The Boiler House in the Old Truman Brewery will be showcasing some of the finest produce from Mexico City, Guadalajara and Cancun this October, hosting London's biggest Tequila and Mezcal Festival. Featuring the biggest bars in town, the two-day fiesta will also amazing food, with the guys at Barrio bars, Cafe Pacifico, Mole, Condesa, Wahaca, and TamalUK all setting up cute little food shacks.
Roof East in Stratford is a venue that refuses to sit still. Fidgeting with energy and always looking to try new things, the venue plays host to some of the capital's quirkiest pop-up events and street-food restaurants. Grab a drink at the bar, enjoy outdoor cinema, try your hand at baseball and enjoy London's best street food dishes, all the while watching the sun set behind the jagged skyline.