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shows how street food is traditionally thought of in Britain, we should probably add the caveat that it is increasingly out of date.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
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.
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.
Borough Market. The market to end all markets. A convenient do-si-do from London Bridge station, a market has existed there in some shape or form since the 13th century.
It’s been a few weeks since we rounded up the latest street food goings-on, so we thought it was about time we trawled through the news to bring you the choicest foodie morsels.
Portobello Market: it’s that special kind of hell, full of ignorant tourists and self-righteous trustafarians*. However, the good people at the National Association for British Market Authorities seem to disagree
Being the devoted street food followers that we are, when we’re not eating, photographing or blogging about mobile morsels ourselves, you’ll often find the StrEAT team gobbling up other people’s musings