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.
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.
Night Tales Bohemia Place is an extraordinary venue that's perfect for a night of eating, drinking and dancing. Tucked under the railway arches of Hackney, the venue boasts a beautiful garden, plenty of gorgeous street eats and a massive sound system to groove along to.
One of the city's most impressive roof gardens, this unique Canary Wharf space offers slick floor-to-ceiling windows, a wraparound terrace and some of London's most delicious street food.
Boasting an ever-changing roster of London's best emerging food and drink talent, Rotate is a truly unique concept that's quintessentially Shoreditch. Championing local business, this bar, cafe and cycling apparel shop will also showcase the best new street food our city has to offer, before anyone else.
Zip on down to South London where converted shipping container village Pop Brixton awaits. Not only is it home to an array of cutesy shops and alternative pop-ups (all brought on with local initiatives in mind), the rotating street food traders will keep you plenty fed on your visit.
Once a truck yard, now a haven for all things street food, Dinerama is all about serving up delicious traders across two fun floors. Set in the heart of Shoreditch, you can expect quite the buzzing crowd and a hardy selection of drinks.
El Mercado is a brand spankin' new eco-friendly village market in the heart of Hackney. The neighborhood treasure trove boasts an abundance of international eats, workshops, masterclasses and live shows to experience this summer.