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Streetfeast - Shoreditch

Street food traders including Mama’s Jerk Station, the Sweet Tooth Factory, Big Apple Hot Dogs and Pop Up Barbados will be at this Friday and Saturday street food and drink market in Dalston Yard. Along with all the grub, there’ll be cocktail masterclasses and DJs spinning tunes all day – so get down and enjoy some food and drink in the sun!

£5+, Fri, 5pm-12am. Sat, 12pm-12am.
Until Sep 14 Hartwell Street, E8 3DU 
Station | Dalston Kingsland



Real Street Food Festival -South Bank

Street food takes centre stage over the bank holiday weekend at this year-round weekend market. There’s a mouth-watering array of traders drawn from London’s diverse multicultural street food scene, who will be taking to the Southbank Centre to share the same best quality-boasting, ethics and passion-driven ethos of the Real Food Market. Grab some grub, from American South staples to Indian snacks, and give your taste buds a workout. 

Aug 23-25, 12pm-8pm.
Aug 26, 12pm-6pm  SE1 8XX  
Tube | Waterloo


The Lido Cafe - Herne Hill

This cafe next to Brockwell Lido is open all summer long, serving up award-winning breakfasts and brunch as well as a full lunch and dinner menu, all made with seasonal British ingredients sourced from local indie producers. They have just launched a menu of craft beers (all brewed in London), too. Probably best to have a dip in the pool before loading up on alcohol and grub, though.

£5+, Sun, 8am-10pm. Mon, 8am-6pm.
Tue-Sat, 8am-11pm Dulwich Road, SE24 0PA  
Station | Herne Hill



Frank’s Cafe and Campari bar - Peckham

If you’ve seen Only Fools And Horses, then Peckham might not be your first choice for a dinner and drinks night out. Especially not a multi-storey car park in said district. But Frank’s Cafe on the 10th floor of a local concrete car park is one of London’s trendiest spots – expect to queue to get in if the weather’s particularly nice.

The rooftop bar offers lunch at the weekend, as well as a bar snack menu that includes ox heart kebabs, an array of Meantime beers, and cocktails to sup on while you watch the sun set over the city. A far cry from Delboy and Rodders’ Nelson Mandela House and the Nag’s Head. Wed-Sun, 11am-11pm.

£2.50+, Until Sep 28  10th Floor,
Peckham Multi-Storey Car Park,
95A Rye Lane, SE15 4ST  
Station | Peckham Rye 


Mother Clucker - Shoreditch

After a stint in Soho earlier this year, this southern fried delight (above) will be parking its truck outside the Truman Brewery with its twice-fried free-range chicken and buttermilk biscuits. 

£4+, Until October 1,
12pm-4pm & 6pm-10pm  E1 6QR  
Tube | Aldgate East



Kimchi Cult - Across London

Punk riffs on Korean classics here as fast food gets an Asian-style makeover as traditional kimchi, the fermented cabbage dish, mingles with burgers, fried chook and chips at Kerb King’s Cross.  

Wed, Fri & Sun, times vary Kerb King’s Cross,
N1C / Street Feast, E8 3DU / Chatsworth Road Market, E5


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