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Please note, the Roadery is now closed. Time Out Food editors, MARCH 2020.
Barely bigger than a campervan, Roadery looks like a French seaside snack bar on wheels; unlike food trucks in the US, this one's more mini than monster, in a vintage Renault camion.
The dishes are generously portioned and the ingredients British. There are usually only two dishes on offer, which might include a four-hour braised ox cheek sourdough sandwich; or pig’s head croquettes in panko breadcrumbs with fennel ketchup.
On our visit, the slow-braised lamb neck came with pearl barley salad and pickled apricots. And if neither of the day's choices takes your fancy, take a look around at what its neighbours are dishing up; Roadery only appears at street food markets so there will be at least half a dozen other vans to choose from.
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