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Food writer Jennifer Joyce shares her favourite London street food dishes

By Time Out London contributor
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Food writer, stylist and pavement-pounding chow-hound Jennifer Joyce walks us through her top London street food dishes.

EXMOUTH MARKET

Lamb hummus bowl at Moro

'I don't know what they call it, but it's the Middle East in a bowl: soft flatbread,silky hummus, cinnamon-scented lamb and lashings of Turkish chilli.' Exmouth Market, EC1R 4QE. 

STREETFEAST

Fish tacos at Breddos Tacos

'You can't order badly here, but the fish tacos are particularly mind-blowing: blisteringly crisp batter and smoky chilli mayo.' streetfeastlondon.com; also at Dinerama. 

Manuel Vazquez

KERB

Pork-belly bao at Yum Bun

Bao-buns are everywhere at the moment, but Yum Bun's are damn near perfection: pillow-soft buns, juicy pork belly, fiery gochujang (chilli sauce)and thin slices of cucumber.' kerbfood.com; also at Streetfeast. 

MALTBY ST MARKET

Salt beef and pickle on rye at Monty's Deli

'Sinking my teeth into the slow-roasted salt beef slathered with mustard and homemade dill pickles is my idea of sandwich heaven.' Maltby Street Market, 76 Druid St, SE1 2HQ. 

'My Street Food Kitchen' by Jennifer Joyce is published by Murdoch Books at £18.99.

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