London is one of the best cities in the world. With such a culturally diverse population, the city has definitely picked up a variety of different cuisines from all the people who have migrated from across the globe.
The latest trend is street food – really, really good food in a relaxed environment.
It’s a place where all the cultures come together in one place.
You can find food from places like Jamaica, Thailand, America and the Middle East.
One of the best places to try different styles of food.
It makes you open your eyes (and your belly) to all the cuisines there are out there.
If you’re heading down to London this summer, we’d highly recommend checking out a street food market.
We’ve picked a few of our favourite hot spots for you to try out.
Amongst the hustle and bustle of London is Camden Town.
When you first arrive, you might be a little taken back with the slight goth scene, but it’s all part of the charm of Camden.
Everyone there is super friendly.
Keep walking down to Camden Lock and Stables Market and you’ll find an array of food.
Be warned, it is always busy, especially on weekends, but if you preserve, you’ll be eating incredible food.
If you ever find yourself in East London, near Shoreditch to be precise, then we’d recommend heading down to Dinerama.
There’s a wide range of Street Food, from dumplings to wood fired pizza, to a Tiki style rum bar.
It’s the perfect place to hang out with your friends or take bae too.
Borough Market is arguably one of the well known markets in London.
It is one of the oldest and largest food markets in London.
From fresh bread to cheese, chocolate to Paella, you are guaranteed to leave with a full belly and a happy smile.
Portobello Market is more commonly known as an antique market, however, on the weekend, there is hot food which is a delight to eat.
The market offers food choices from all around the world, bratwurst sausage to fish and chips.
Get ready for a trip around the world via food.
Leather Lane Market
If you work around London, near Farringdon or Chancery Lane, and you’re looking for a treat at lunchtime, then head down to Leather Lane Market.
Only open on weekdays, this market is a long street full of food vendors.
A choice of Thai, Caribbean, Grilled Cheese and plenty more, don’t blame us if this becomes a regular thing – we don’t blame you.
Street Food Union
Street Food Union on Rupert Street in Soho slightly smaller than the markets we’ve previously mentioned, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t as good.
More compact but still with amazing food such as Bakery, Falafels and gourmet sandwiches.
FYI, it’s only opened Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
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Invest in a pair of sunglasses so spend less time squinting and more time looking at the amazing food.
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