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It’s official: brunch is over (and so is street food)

It’s official: brunch is over (and so is street food)

A huge 98 percent of Londoners think our city is good or amazing for eating and drinking. (Well done us!) That said, it seems some once-loved trends are starting to lose their lustre...

Brunch

Have Londoners finally got avo-on-toast fatigue? Quite possibly. Since last year’s survey, there’s been a 7 percent decline in people going for brunch. See ya later, sourdough – you’re toast!

Street food

Londoners’ consumption was down 5 percent since 2018. Apparently the novelty of grabbing a burger from a food truck and trying not to spill sriracha mayo on yourself is starting to wear off.

Beer

Anyone for a pint? No? Anyone? Londoners have started to swerve beer – our survey showed an 8 percent decline since last year. People are swapping craft beer for wine, which is up 10 percent.

Find out what else we discovered about Londoners, from our drinking habits to our sex lives, in the Time Out Index results

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