Bishopsgate Market is open every Tuesday and Wednesday until September (11.45am-2.15pm). Food includes burgers from Bleecker Street, own-made fish fingers in a bun from Hix’s FishDog, braised meats and stews from Roadery, plus moreish doughnuts from Crosstown – the salt caramel and banana version we tried was finger-lickin’ good.
In the Street Food Market on Millennium Square you can travel the world through taste. Authentic Spanish paella, French crepes, British burgers, Middle Eastern falafel, Creole BBQ, and Indian curries will make for some extremely contented bellies. There will also be a picnic area and the water fountains for kids to play in.
A street food market outside the Gherkin serving up everything from burritos to fresh doughnuts to City workers has shut down after it was accused by officials of being “unsightly”.
The festival will feature more than a dozen different mobile food vendors selling everything from classic burgers, hot dogs and hog roasts to Mexican, barbecue, Caribbean and Indian food.
It’s a festival experience but in the middle of London, and it happens every week
The Brixton People’s Kitchen team has been busy designing and building a kitchen. On a bike. Just because. And we are planning to take it to different places over the Summer. But before we do that, we would like to celebrate (again!) in our usual venue, Myatt’s Fields Park
I cook my ribs in three processes but, in total, they take around eight hours to fall off the bone. The reason they taste so good is they cook in their own juices so you get all of the flavour from inside the bones
Entry is free but you will need to bring money for food, drink, workshops, stalls and buskers. Kids are welcome.
Simple submarine sandwiches – served in freshly baked 9 inch soft rolls – are reinvented with an interesting twist on classic fillings.
Another reason we can’t wait for the weather to warm up is the launch of The Ice Kitchen