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Independent street food traders - from paella to poutine - gather every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at this lively market on Rupert Street.
However strong your resolve to take a packed lunch to work every day, if you work in Soho, there’s always the lure of Street Food Union, a collection of a dozen or so street-food stalls that set up shop on Rupert Street every Thursday, Friday and Saturday (11am–3.30pm). Some traders, such as pulled-pork burger maestros Dixie Union, have been with Street Food Union almost since the beginning, but newcomers are frequently added to the line-up, which also regularly includes the likes of Laffa, with their generously filled Mediterranean-style flatbread wraps, Radical Roots and their vibrant, health-conscious salads, and Hot Mess Poutine. Stall owners pride themselves on opening whatever the weather, and nothing on the collective menu costs above a tenner. On sunny days, sit at the bright-yellow benches and tables to chow down. You can always eat that packed lunch for dinner.
|Transport:||Tube: Piccadilly Circus|
|Opening hours:||Thu-Sat, 11am-3.30pm|
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The duck roll with cheese, salad and peri peri sauce is one of the nicest things I've had (costing only £7). Always look forward to this on Friday lunchtimes and keeps me full for the next 6-7 hours! I would also recommend the pulled pork burger and the chicken with halloumi cheese on flatbread. You simply can't go wrong with any of the above choices!
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