From doughnuts to dumplings, burgers to banh mi, street food has taken over London. But these are our fave places to pick up some grub…
Street Food London Highlights
Sitting round the corner from Maltby Street Market, you’ll find Druid Street Market and have these guys got it going on. Although a relative newbie on the street food scene they’ve got some goodies on board, expect chargrilled corn tacos from Elote, thai from Ka Prow and lots of sweet treats from Fatties bakery.
Broadway Market is one of our fave street food markets in town because you don’t just have the main street, but the school yard and Netil Market just round the corner too. And with Dumpling Shack, Morty & Bobs, Bao and probably the best iced coffee in town from Ca Phe VN, it’s well worth getting out of bed for on a Saturday morning.
Berwick Street Market in Soho is one of London’s oldest markets and dates back to 1778, but it’s no longer just about the fruit & veg traders and they now share the space with some bangin’ street foodies. And with Tongue ‘n’ Cheek, Savage Salads and those Bubblewrap waffles, they’ve really got something for everyone.
Open on weekdays, Leather Lane Market is pretty bloody popular with local workers. With an ever-changing roster of street foodies, the grub never gets boring either, but if Grill My Cheese or Daddy Donkey are on the street get in that queue!
Borough Market is probably the most legendary food market in London. With Brindisa serving up their famous chorizo and rocket rolls, Gourmet Goat cooking up stews and Scotchtails bringing you the fanciest scotch eggs in town, it’s defo not just a place to pick up some veggies and fancy cheese.