Whether you want to boogie to Balearic music, eat street food in an abandoned warehouse, lose yourself in a Swedish forest or just rave on a pontoon, London has a pop-up experience to suit everyone. Here’s our pick of London's best pop-ups.
Pop-ups in London
Street Feast's Shoreditch street food mecca is back for 2016. The two-storey site features 15 different food vendors space for up to 1,000 hungry visitors, with benches and floor space to settle in on as you watch the punters chatting (and, let's face it, queueing) below. Serving up the snacks you will find all-star traders such as B.O.B.'s Lobster, Kimchinary, BBQ Lab, Fundi Pizza, Yum Bun and Smokestak. The site has gained a roof for the chillier months, as well as four new bars (bringing the total to ten) which will serve everything from cans of craft beer to hot cocktails. Read about the stats, facts, figures and fun stuff behind Dinerama.Read more
Following last winter's success, Street Feast's indoor night market Hawker House is back at this warehouse in Canada Water. Return for two levels of street food including Chin Chin Labs ice cream and Yum Bun's baozi, plus eight bars and Hawker House's intriguing whisky roulette.Read more
Street food festival Feast's younger sibling gets a wintry makeover once again in 2016, serving up seasonal street food and warming drinks in an English garden-themed setting. Guests can dine between Christmas trees, sparkly lights, and yuletide decor while keeping warm under blankets in a heated seated area. This year's vendors include Le Bao, Cheeky Burger and Bull & Rancher.Read more
Following a popular trial stint last year, the Tottenham Green Market gang are now pitching up permanently, offering north Londoners tasty grub and family entertainment every Sunday. Pink Cactus, House of Dodo, Devis and Don Luigi will all be serving up street food while fresh produce will be available from Wildes Cheese, Farmers & Fishmongers and others. Redemption and Beavertown Brewery will have the beer flowing and Craving Coffee will be on hand for a caffeine fix. Craft and design stands, a bar and live music all feature too.Read more
The owner and chef from The Laksa Kitchen have travelled from Kuala Lumpur to Borneo in their quest to perfect this Malaysian menu of spring rolls, fritters, chicken satay and – of course – laksas. Their committment paid off; they're currently serving up rich, coconutty bowls of goodness that are as delicious as noodle soup gets, and the starters and sides are top notch, too. Their summer residency was consistently packed, so booking a table is a smart move.Read more