Using her Cordon Bleu training, Michelin star kitchen experience and Peranakan heritage, chef Abby Lee combines all three to deliver modern-Malaysian cooking to Peckham. A plate of deep-fried bean curd clusters stuffed to the brim with juicy pork and fish sauce served with a fiery chilli jam dip. They looked and tasted like unbelievable crunchy and crispy mini-explosions. Every bite was the ultimate combination of tangy, spicy, herby and aromatic flavours.
Forget super spenny spots with Michelin stars, some of the finest food in London is dished up at street markets and in food halls. Oh, and eaten with a wooden fork. If you’re a foodie on a budget, street food stalls are here to save you. From vegan treats and modern Malaysian magic to BBQ chicken skewers, we’ve rounded up the cream of the crop. Now pack wet wipes and get out there (and do check your fave trader's IG before heading out, just to make sure they're gonna be open).
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