If you love everything about food but can’t afford a table in London’s best restaurants, street foods are always around to fill your rumbling stomach. London’s night markets and food markets are bursting with stalls serving up great but affordable eats. So, if one of these days you’ll find yourself wandering on the streets of London, make sure to drop by one of these places.
One of Soho’s most queued-for restaurant also has a stand in Hackney’s Netil Market, so you don’t have wait for hours to try their delicious menu of Taiwanese treats. A must-try is their handmade steamed milk buns, soya milk fried chicken, and pork belly gua bao.
Bleecker is serving burger from it black food truck at the Old Spitafields Marker, but it’s not your ordinary burger. Bleecker uses rare-breed, pasture-fed and dry-aged beef which make for juicy burgers pinkishly beautiful in the middle.
Love burrito? Kimchinary serves a delicious wrap of Korean- and Mexican-cousine inspired burritos. The fermentation technique used by Korean chiefs helps them create a unique and fascinating flavor. You must try their slow-braised bulgogi ox cheek burrito.
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They are a master of homemade flat bread, and they offer a range of seasonal treats such as mackerel fillet, beetroot-braised shallots, pork belly, and charcoal-grilled purple sprouting broccoli.
If it is fried chicken you are craving, then Mother Clucker is the place to go. They do their chicken just right – crispy outside, tender and juicy inside. Add the spicy coating, and you surely can’t help to grab for another. And if you don’t mind the extra calorie, Order their mac and cheese as well.
Barbecue cooked to perfection is their specialty. Owner David Carter mastered the art of flame grilling to give Londoners a taste of American classics such as perfectly smoked beef brisket coated in gently sweet sauces that really bring out the beefs’ flavor.
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