Something new from James Cochran (the man behind 12:51) is incoming. This time he's going south to Boxpark Croydon for GOAT, his first foray into street food (which originally kicked off in Lewisham's Model Market).
As you might imagine from the name, it's all about goat meat. He's been working with top supplier Cabrito, who are getting supermarkets and restaurants to use more of what was previously wasted. And it's also
South London duo are teaming up with J2K to open their own restaurant serving everything from fried chicken to waffles and, of course, crepes.
In the midst of World War II, Jack Bateman’s Croydon-based canteen kept wartime workers fed and their spirits lifted. Now, some 70-odd years later it’s back in the form of Bateman & Co, who’ll be setting up shop in the South London Boxpark to dish out bubble and squeak, sandwiches and coffee.
If you're a vegetarian and have been left out of the late night tradition of dining on a doner while three sheets to the wind, then we have good news for you.
What The Pitta is a new kebab store at Boxpark Croydon which serves up vegan doner kebabs. Instead of lamb or chicken, the main protein is a meat alternative of GMO free soya chunks seasoned with a secret recipe of spices. They make their pitta dough fresh daily and you can team up the doner in a meal deal together