If the gallery above shows how street food is traditionally thought of in Britain, we should probably add the caveat that it is increasingly out of date. Street food has been steadily making… Continue reading
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Sliders, hot dogs, fried chicken, mac n cheese… many of London’s street food offerings have been inspired by the cuisine of our neighbours from across the pond.
The monstrosity of a graph above was originally compiled to show the differences in the rules governing street food trading in the 33 boroughs of London.
Hopefully, you will have been reading this blog for a while by now. Your lunchtime search for sustenance will have been broadened out beyond limp sandwiches and hotdogs of dubious intent.
We mentioned in a recent news round-up that a list of the top ten street food cities in the world had been announced and… shock horror… London wasn’t on it.
Recently we have been talking about how international the street food scene is in London. To a certain extent, it’s all true.
Did you know that the delicious street food you regularly devour is made by… people? It’s true! We couldn’t quite believe it either.
We know it hasn’t been that long since we blogged about the to-ings and fro-ings in the world of London street food.