Are there some missing here? There were more in the actual magazine which said see the website for more. It seems to be see the website for less.
London's best street food
Pitching up in weekend markets, an ever-expanding troupe of London street food traders are revolutionising the London dining scene
Like a cheap eat? Want to know where to eat when you're at one of London's food markets? Here’s our guide to affordable street food in London's best food markets, from sit-down cafés to takeaways, tried and tasted by Time Out's Eating & Drinking reviewers.
Berwick Street Market
Berwick Street Market, between Broadwick Street & Peter Street, W1. Oxford Circus. Mon-Fri; stall times vary, but arrive noon-2pm for lunch.
Historic Berwick Street Market, situated in the heart of Soho, only has a handful of food stalls operating on weekdays (Monday can be pretty quiet, so visit from Tuesday for a wider choice of food). But we include it here for the central West End location, and the fact you should be able to pick up lunch for around a fiver. If it’s a nice day, head to Soho Square to sit on the grass. The selection changes daily, but the following stalls are often present.
In addition to the delicious baguettes, pho soups and noodle salads from Vietnamese favourite Banhmi11 (www.banhmi11.com), expect to find the Pizza Pilgrims (www.pizzapilgrims.co.uk), aka brothers James and Thom Elliott, who operate from the back of a tiny Piaggio Ape three-wheeler van – yes, there really is a pizza oven in there. For real meaty goodness, the burgers from the Tongue ’n Cheek (www.tonguencheek.info) van deliver a choice of prime cuts of beef with cheddar, or pork belly with gorgonzola. Other options may include falafel wraps from the suitably named Jerusalem Falafel, beef tagine from Moroccan Box, Mexican burritos from Freebird Burritos (www.freebirdburritos.com), Indian fare including curries, samosas and paneer wraps from Tandoor, and pork pies, sandwiches and cakes from the Bread Man. Further south towards Shaftesbury Avenue, on Rupert Street, you’ll find a smattering of other stalls, including Somboon Thai Food, which dispenses curries and noodle dishes.
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Lovely photo of my husband Mark dishing up his schnitzel at Kerb... Fleisch Mob.. check him out in his Lederhosen! www.fleischmob.co.uk
Spinach & Agushi is very tasty but the prices are not what it says above its more like rice and 2 stews Â£6 small and also they have half prices deals at the end of the day where I got sick of the food they served me next morning, they need to warm the food before serving people.
Happy Vegetarian falafel stall in Portobello - the best, freshest falafels and friendliest service in London. And cheap to boot, highly recommned this one.
Goddards Pie & Mash- Are we referring to the one on Deptford High Street? If yes, then it is still open to business.
Just to let you know that Ca Phe VN has launched its own Banh Mi brand - BanhMi SaiGon from our Broadway Market Saigon Street Cafe. We have ended our association with Banhmi11 and now will compete with them head to head at Broadway every saturday ! Let the Banh Mi Battle commence! My partner Tuyen is back in the business after giving birth to our daughter Lotus last year & is preparing the ingredients for our excellent South Vietnamese Five Pork Banh mi, we are also in the finals of the British Street Food Awards in September! our press release below Ca Phe VN has launched its own Banhmi â€“ Banh Mi SaiGon â€“ every Saturday at the Saigon Street Cafe â€“ Benjamin Close, Broadway Market E8 10-5 5 pork, traditional Southern style baguette â€“ excellent light bread with cha bong, steamed pork, cha, gammon ham, pate, pickled diakon & carrot, cucumber, spring onion, coriander, gravy, Vietnamese mayonaise & chilli. Ca Phe VN 07780784696
The shop did close, but there is a Goddards stall in the Fountain Market near the railway, selling the pie and mash we have loved for years!
Goddard's in Greenwich closed in 2007 at least, if not earlier, and this review was posted in July 09! It was a sad loss that this review doesn't see fit to register at all. Does Time Out ever actually visit the places it reviews?!
Goulston St by Petticoat Lane has an embarrasment of choice when the market's on in the week (not sure about weekends) - 2 Thai vans, 1 Chinese, 1 Indian. And then there's the chippie and other delights like the Brazilian cafe nearby. The sort of quality stalls they had in Spitalfields before it turned into Centreparks.
it would be useful to actually review some of these stalls. luardo's does wonderful freshly cooked burritos, with homemade guacamole, salsa etc at a very reasonable fiver. whereas Caribbean Food sells offcuts of terrible chicken in flavourless tepid water also for a fiver. Sunny's olive tree has 15 salads, all freshly prepared, offering a great variety of flavours and textures. In the summer, the most popular stall in the market...
Most of the markets are in East London except for Portobello.. how about stalls in Acton Market, Berwick Street, Ealing etc?
You missed out the Leather Lane market in Farringdon - Some great food from around the world...its right outside my office door!
Good point about Lower Marsh, I recently worked in the area for a few months and it's a great little street with a regular street market which has a good range of tasty food.
Time Out missed out the REAL London street food .... those disgusting unidentified ingredient sausages frying with onions on illegal (but still rife) grills wheeled about the west end.