Where to go to eat London’s best street food

Consider yourself a bit of a food fiend? There's only one place you need to go - London town. Here, you can eat a different cuisine every night of the week, and the best news is, you don't need to pay michelin star prices to do so. London is kind of the king of street food, and with pop ups like Street Feast keeping the capital eating all year long, it's not hard to see why...

Since launching in 2012, Street Feast has transformed disused spaces into unique eating and drinking environments. They bring some of London’s greatest street foods, tasty booze and good vibes for the people of the city. The spaces they occupy range from car parks, to old markets, rooftops to office blocks.


Location: Shoreditch

A short walk from these stations: Shoreditch High Street, Old Street, Liverpool Street

Opening: Thursday – Saturday

Where to eat: Yumplings

Where to drink: Winearama

It's Thursday, it's 5pm and #Dinerama is now OPEN 'til Late. Down pens, head down and meet us by the bar. 🍷

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GREAT news: #Dinerama and #HawkerHouse are now open. Head down and pig out. 💪

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Location: Canada Water

A short walk from these stations: Canada Water

Opening: Every Friday and Saturday

Where to eat: Up in my Grill

Where to drink: Hangar Bar


Location: Lewisham

A short walk from this station: Lewisham

Opening: 28/29/30 April from 5pm to Late

Where to eat: Mama’s Jerk

Where to drink: Rum Bar

Rumshack, Street Feast London


Sunset over #GiantRobot. Our MEGA street food mothership lands in Canary Wharf at 11am tomorrow. Don't miss it.

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Location: Canary Wharf

A short walk from these stations: Canary Wharf, West India Quay

Opening: Everyday from 11am till late

Where to eat: Thunderbird’s

Where to drink: The 360-degree island bar

Sounds pretty cool huh? There are currently locations in Canada Water, Dalston, Lewisham, Battersea and Bermondsey, with more to come.