Best Street Food in London
London has become quite a foodie paradise in the past few years with street food markets springing up all over the city and ever increasing in popularity. From traditional British fare to trendy Asian offerings, it's a great way to explore just some of the culinary delights that London has to offer during your stay in a London serviced apartment.
Here we tell you where to ﬁnd the best street food in London...
One of London’s oldest food markets, this market has something for everyone. Located right beside London Bridge Station, it is a food lovers dream with cakes and pastries alongside traditional English pies and Indian street food. One of the highlights of the market is the scallops on the half shell topped with crispy bacon and the freshly shucked oysters from the ﬁshmongers. You can buy your fresh produce here for dinner and then have lunch from one of the variety of food stalls while sipping a chilled glass of chardonnay.
Opening times: Mon-Thurs 10am-5pm, Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 8am-5pm.
How to get there: Get the Jubilee or Northern Line to London Bridge. The market is located right next to London Bridge Station.
Street Feast is London’s pioneering night market with a variety of traders selling a variety of cuisines from American barbecue to South-east Asian. You will ﬁnd it all here as well as numerous tasty vegan options and craft beers. The atmosphere is similar to that of a festival so get there early and beat the queues. Located in Dalston Yard during the summer months but currently holding occupancy of Hawker House, a large warehouse in East London decorated with fairy lights and with a huge meat smoker outside for those smoky St. Louis barbecue ribs.
Opening times: Fri & Sat 5pm-12am
How to get there: See the website for details.
KERB at King’s Cross
Their motto of ‘Making Cities Taste Better’ says it all and the giant green letters spelling KERB adorning the pavement mean that this street food offering is hard to miss. Having recently lost their position at the gherkin (which is being hotly contested as we speak), this pavement sensation is bringing the international street food scene to London’s King’s Cross with everything from Italian-American Sandwiches to Asian Pork Buns to Rib Meat Rolls. The traders here vary from day to day so be sure to check who will be there on their website.
Opening times: Tues-Fri 12-2.30 pm
How to get there: Get the Northern, Victoria, Picadilly, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan or Circle line to King’s Cross St. Pancras and it’s a 10 minute walk from there
Global Food Kitchen at Camden Lock Market
Among the jewellery, bags and music stalls in Camden Lock Market sits the Global Food Kitchen which provides a huge variety of international cuisines and everything from Mac and Cheese to Ethiopian Curry to Indian street food. Reasonably priced and located in a bustling Camden Town, it is sure to get your tastebuds ﬁred up.
How to get there: Get the Northern line to Camden Town and it’s a 5 minute walk from there.
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