Over priced, over crowded! Unjustifiably expensive street food and drinks. Better service and same food quality as GBK or Honest Burger. Hard to understand how they can charge an entry fee and £10 for a drink where there is no table service or enough seating to enjoy your overpriced food. Won't be going back.
Until Sat Mar 22
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Time Out says
Posted: Tue Nov 5 2013
Street Feast is back, every Friday and Saturday night from January 17 to March 22.
Average User Rating
3.3 / 5
- 5 star:3
- 4 star:0
- 3 star:1
- 2 star:2
- 1 star:1
Food and drink was good, but hardly worthy of a detour. Usual foodie tropes wheeled out, at slightly higher prices than you'd get in a restaurant. Not too busy, but still suffered from 'German towel' syndrome - 'Sorry, all of these seats are taken, my ten friends have all gone to get food'
I'm not sure that's how communal seating works.
Absolutely love Street Feast at HH. A brilliant collection of amazing food, and super friendly traders, all housed in a buzzy and fun atmosphere with great music and drinks. What's not to love?!
Total over hyped rubbish. Big queues to get in,cheap wine or beer in plastic cups and then they charge 3 quid for the privilege. Let alone the inadequate toilet facilities, men's outside!! Smokey inside with no ventilation and in my opinion a fire hazard. I just can't believe people buy into this......
Absolutely loved HH. Hot Toddys in the queue while you wait to go in, we got there around 9pm and made our way to the front pretty quick. Its so warm and cozy inside and theres a cloakroom! Food was great Rola Wala was our favourite, we pretty much tried everything! The hot cocktails were amazing too, we found a spot near the Whiskey bar and spent the whole night there, definitely be back soon.
I thought it was pretty reasonable but not as great as the dalston one...seek better locations next time !.
Mmm… I loved Street Feast and went three times over the summer. Went to Hawker House with high expectations last Friday. Unfortunately Bob's Lobster Rolls were £11!! (got used to avg £5/6 food sales at Street Feast) - and they looked delicious but you'd need at least 2 (and I'm not a big eater). Some other stalls had changed from a decent £6 meal to two little portions for the same price. And the biryani meal I had in the end was in plenty on the rice front, not much fish and was disappointing. Very crowded, great anticipatory feelings, damp squib in the end.
I had been to one of these before. Summer 2013 in Dalston. It was great so I was looking forward to this. Unfortunately I was very disappointed this time. The location wasn't great, the food we wanted was sold out and the only male toilets were urinals - outside. My female friends had indoor toilets but had to stand in an inch of water whilst using them. We weren't very impressed, sorry!