TaskPandas Top 10 Street Food Stalls in London
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Hog rolls are always going to be a go to street food. Banhmi11 take it a couple of steps forward by doing rolls with a Vietnamese twist. The combination of zingy flavours, crunchy vegetables and a crispy baguette is irresistible. Jamie Oliver is a big fan.
Location: Various Across London
More details: banhmi11.com
Renowned for its Burritos. The only negative part is the enormous queues. The wait is worth it though. Packed full of filling flavour, Mexican food doesn’t get much better without journeying to Mexico itself.
Location: Leather Lane Market, Holborn
More details: daddydonkey.co.uk
Taking Pizzaback to its roots on the streets. The guys here spent there time learning the trade properly in Naples before bringing back what they learn’t in Soho (as well as the rather fetching scooter van). This is pizza as its mean’t to be.
Location: Berwick Street, Soho
More details: pizzapilgrims.co.uk
Street food for those of us with a sweet tooth. This is a delightful Spanish dessert that if you haven’t tried you are missing out on. Definitely ones to bring the kids to. You can even convince yourself they’re healthy as they are supposedly lighter than donuts!
Location: Across London
More details: churrosgarcia.co.uk
Mother Flipper Burgers
If you like burgers your going to love these. Just absolute perfection. The only problem is that every other burger you try after this will be a let down in comparison.
Location: Brockley Market on Saturdays & Kings Cross on Tuesdays.
More Details: motherflipperburgers.com
Described by many as one of the initial instigators of the British street food revolution, Luardos continues to do what its always done. That is, serve up satisfying Mexican food to hungry Londoners. They’re so successful (as in queue causingly popular) they now have two trucks!
Locations: Mon- Thurs at Whitecross Street, Barbican and Friday at Kings Cross and Saturday at Brockley Market.
More Details: luardos.co.uk
La Crêperie de Hampstead
Still the best crêperie in London. Practically an institution but also London’s worst kept secret. Expect long queues but the best crepe outside of France.
More details: Best just to google it
Who ever had the idea of combining Korean food in an easy to eat fast food format was a genius. Order the sliders and regret nothing.
Location: Chatsworth Road Market, Clapton on Sundays and Wednesday at Eat.St Kings Cross Boulevard
More details: kimchicult.com
Anna Mae’s Smokehouse
If you’ve never tried traditional food from the American South this is your opportunity. The pork is slow cooked for 14 hours. The Notorious P.I.G’s name doesn’t let down. Order one and get plenty of serviettes.
Location: Across London
More details: anna-maes.com
We may have left the best to last. Serving steamed rice buns with pork belly, hoi sin sauce, scallions, chili sauce and cucumber. These delights are well worth tracking down. Not to be missed and every bite to be savoured.
Location: Broadway Market on Saturdays and Kings Cross Market on Fridays
More details: yumbun.co.uk