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Stuff Yourself to Bursting at Street Feast on Fridays
If you think food tastes far better when eaten out in the open air, you had better set aside a Friday between now and the end of June and take yourself along to Street Feast in the former builders' yard belonging to Travis Perkins in Kingsland Road. The food is served from 5pm and all through the evening until midnight.

Street Feast Poster
Street Feast Poster

The street traders are offering a wide range of taste bud stimulating dishes just to prove that we are as adventurous in our culinary choices as anywhere else in the world; a visit to Street Feast is almost the equivalent to around the world in 80 cuisines. You could find yourself filling up with Seychelles specialities courtesy of Vinn Goute, Jamaican Jerk food from Mama's Jerk Station, Big Apple Hotdogs

Big Apple Hotdogs
Big Apple Hotdogs at Street Feast

Korean dishes from Kimchi Cult, Mexican cuisine from Buen Provecho

Buen Provecho
Buen Provecho at Street Feast

and Ribs from The Ribman's East Anglian reared pigs. For those with a sweet tooth you can also satisfy your sugar addiction with cakes from the Sweet Tooth Factory

Sweet Tooth Factory
Sweet Tooth Factory Cup Cakes

ice cream from Sorbitium

Sorbitium at Street Feast

and wash everything down with a nice cup of Rosie Lea from Joe's Tea Co.

Joe's Tea
Joe's Tea Co at Street Feast

All the traders supply information to make you aware of the foods that are wheat, dairy and gluten free, as well as the ones that are suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

In addition to the food stalls, there is also an indoor cocktail bar and an outdoor main bar serving craft beers, wine and cocktails. There is also a raised terrace dining area where tables can be reserved for Stripped Back by Ben Spalding, formerly of the Fat Duck and Roganic.

If you're still not tempted, perhaps this will do the trick:

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Why? To immerse yourself in foods from all around the world
When: Fridays throughout April, May and June between 5pm and midnight
Where: Street Feast, Haggerston
Cost: Entry is free, the food isn't
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