Street Feast London is a nomadic night market that launched in 2012. Popping up in car parks, breweries, warehouses, and old tube stations, the food festival's next destination is Dalston Yard, where it will remain from 16th May - 27th September, every Friday and Saturday. It bring together London's best street food traders, chefs, and restaurants to bring you a unique eating and drinking experience.
Not only is the food important, but so are the people, and you'll meet a host of friendly faces trading quality food:
It all started with a love of music, breakfast, and the want of a cafe that gave them exactly what they wanted. Tom and Jon make big English fry-up breakfasts, but that doesn't mean they can't be enjoyed at night.
Matthew Walsh and Hollie Scrancher were inspired to start up Mumma's Schnitzel after a trip to Thailand when they tasted the 'the (second) best chicken sandwich' they ever had.' It was a crispy chicken schnitzel with mayonnaise and sweet chilli jam in a soft white bun.
They then decided to fine-tune it to create the best ever sandwich, and came up with Mum-ma's Burger - a free range British chicken schnitzel with butter lettuce and vine tomatoes in a lightly toasted brioche bun, and a lick of mayonnaise and sweet chilli sauce.
Other traders include the Meringue Girls, Kooky Bakes, Dosa Deli, Bob's Lobster, and many more. There will also be a Rotary Bar serving craft beer, great wine, and pint-sized cocktails.