Kabanos.

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(image sourced from commons.wikimedia.com) Every foodie on the street has that moment-when red meat is craved but the thought of a burger (yes, even a Venison one) just turns their stomach. Enter Kabanos.

Streetfood hangover cures

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Being food bloggers and passionate foodies, it will come as little surprise that we at strEAT see food as the cure for most ills.

KERB Your Enfoodiasm

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We love an event with a good pun in its name. KERB Your Enfoodiasm took place last Thursday behind King’s Cross station.

When is Streating Not Streating (and other questions)?

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I’ve noticed something since we started doing this blog.

Brixton Village Market: Redefining London ‘Street Food’ and Franco Manca

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When I mentioned in passing to a friend that I had yet to visit Brixton Village Market she looked at me with a frown that suggested I was a foodie fraud.

Food puns: mincing our words

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We don’t know about you, but there are very few things we at strEAT enjoy more than a really good pun. Unsurprisingly, we have a particular appetite (see?) for food-based puns.

Whitecross Market EC1

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Being the foodie journalists (in training) that we are, we thought we would share our latest favourite eatery, Whitecross Market. 

StrEAT Writing.

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While most food journalism still tends to focus on the more “traditional” eateries, StrEAT is going to do its best to collect and summarise the best writing relating to street food on the web.

Where to strEAT on a Saturday night?

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Where does the adventurous foodie go to eat al fresco on a Saturday night? Here are our top picks from around the city…