Category Archive: Streat treats

StrEATING inside

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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shows how street food is traditionally thought of in Britain, we should probably add the caveat that it is increasingly out of date.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

What do New York street foodies think of British food? Find out here…

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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.

Visit the top ten street food cities… without leaving London

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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.

Guest post: ‘Taste Master’ Rich Keam on Mexican street food in Brighton

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It seems the sun has finally got its hat on. About time too. And what better way to enjoy the warm rays than by eating some delicious street food in the sun?

Best and worst things about working in street food (from the vendors)

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It looks like such fun, standing out in the sunshine, chatting to people and dishing out delicious food. But is it really as good as it looks?

Top 4 niche street food stalls for special dietary needs

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It’s hard enough for Londoners with special dietary requirements to find restaurants that cater to their needs. Not only is it difficult, but it can be a frightening prospect too for those who… Continue reading

Spit & Roast Jamboree: The Review

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Street food isn’t just about eating. It’s a pastime. There’s a whole experience wrapped up in devouring street food

Fancy opening a street food stall? It’ll cost you…

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It’s a sunny afternoon and you’re stuck at a computer in your dingy office. You wander outside to get a spot of lunch at your favourite street food stall and start wondering what… Continue reading

Baps or buns? strEAT asks vendors these important questions and more

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It’s Monday, it’s dry January, you’re broke, we’re broke. Sheesh, stop getting me down already!

New Year’s (Foodie) Resolutions

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You have eaten your body weight in mince pies