What do you get when you put a chef who's spent the last seven year working at one of Mayfair's swankiest restaurants in charge of street food? Well MOLO hopes to provide the answer.
Kicking off at Netil Market this weekend, it sees the previous development chef of Novikov Group, Giacomo Uzzo and business partner Federico Ciampolini serving up gourmet fish buns.
Using top quality sustainable seafood the menu's a mixture of Mediterranean and Asian flavours.
Three Uncles is coming to Holloway's Upper Place market with authentic Cantonese roasted meats. Find out what's on the menu...
Not happy with already boasting Borough Market and Flat Iron Square, London Bridge is getting a whole new eating, drinking, shopping and art space. This time it's the turn of Vinegar Yard - and it comes from the people behind the nearby and aforementioned Flat Iron Square.
The space is a combination of street food, bars, container pop-up shops and there's a big old
As anyone who's ever had to pass through a UK airport recently will know, the food and drink side of things can be a little disappointing. If you're not after a liquid breakfast of Fosters and are craving something more substantial than what you can grab at Pret, then pickings are pretty slim.
So we're pleased to hear that newish Stansted Airport spot the Camden Bar & Kitchen is doing its best to sort things out for foodie travellers there. They've
Normally you'd expect to find start-ups using street food as a way to test their food. But a new restaurant hitting London's street food scene already has that expertise in spades. Pied a Terre opened 28 years ago, but now the Michelin-starred restaurant's chef Asimakis Chaniotis and Pied à Terre Founder, David Moore are taking to the streets.
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In the second week of My Million Pound Menu, where Fred Sirieix and others are handing out wads of cash to promising restaurant start-ups, London stalwart Baba G's has come out top. At the end of the programme, both Jamie Barber and Atul Kochhar were bidding for them, but Kochhar came up top with his £300k
Over the years, KERB, after starting at King's Cross, have gone on to conquer all parts of London with their lunchtime street food markets (and some great evening events). And now they've finally decided to go indoors for their next venture, a covered market at Seven Dials.
They're taking over the 19th century Thomas Neal’s Warehouse in Seven Dials - which was apparently a former banana storage
Holloway Road's food scene gets a further boost with news that the Nags Head Market is being extended for more street food traders.
This new seafood spot in Tooting Broadway Market combines the freshest seafood with Italian flair making it a street food spot worth checking out.
A brand new KERB street food market is on the way but it's one with a difference - it'll be completely meat-free. They're linking up with WeWork, who have a location on the square and who already have a meat-free policy in action.
This will be the 10th KERB market, and as well as the traders on show, they'll also be developing future vegan and vegetarian offers there with their "inKERBator" programme so expect to
If you've been a fan of the various KERB street food markets across town, then you'll definitely be interested on what's coming next. They're getting ready to launch KERB X - which sees them mixing their street food know-how with a new Saturday market - on opposite sides of town.
First up, launching on 25 August is KERB X Hornsey Town Hall in Crouch End. This one is part of the refurb of the building - adding an arts centre and
There's no ending to Street Feast's ambitions as the latest street food market heads further north than usual - setting up shop in Wood Green. As usual, it's a mix of bars and street food, all wrapped up in a covered market (formerly a disused warehouse).
Here's what food is there from launch:
Updated 18/5/18 with new dates
Down a tiny alley in Kentish Town, barely a few steps away from the Pret and Greggs on the High Street, you'll find Dank Van. No, it's not an unpleasantly damp and cold motor vehicle - rather a street food purveyor of splendid American sandwiches. It's the brainchild of US chef Jason Winther, who lives on the mews and thought he'd see if there was a market for really authentic American snackage at lunchtime. Trouble is, he's not
Given how popular they are in China, it's actually a little surprising that London doesn't have more places serving up jian bing. Essentially crispy skin crepes, stuffed with savoury fillings, they're folded and wrapped and designed to be eaten on the go. A quick google showed that there's a hatch on Newport Street doing them, but when Pleasant Lady Jian Bing Trading Stall opens on Greek Street today it doesn't appear to have too much in the way of
London's food market scene continues to boom with the news that Shepherds Bush Market is getting an extension. Old Laundry Yard, which launches next week, mixes a range of street food traders along with a community space for workshops and events.
If you're minded to go down for the launch weekend, they're planning a 1950s-themed celebration with professional jive dancers, 50s roller skaters, stilt walkers and live music from rockabilly band Josie & the
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