“Wood-fired pizzas that proudly celebrate the best of British produce. All of the ingredients Tom uses are carefully sourced from independent producers in the UK, from the mozzarella to the oven, which is built into the back of his Land Rover Defender! B&R’s beetroot pizza is a visual spectacle and is even more delicious than it looks.”
Find it at: Street Feast Dalston Yard
Follow Born and Raised on Twitter @BornRaisedPizza.
“Simon is a street food legend and makes the best burritos in the UK. He’s brilliant at creating lip-smacking Mexican flavours and our first port of call when we need a spicy burrito fix. Look out for his bright pink-and-mint-green H vans chugging their way through the Capital.”
Find it at: Whitecross Street Market
Follow Luardos on Twitter @Luardos.
“Jim’s a Michelin-starred chef who now runs a seafood BBQ shack in the middle of Old St roundabout. Menu items depend on what he picks up at Billingsgate in the morning, but if the XXXL prawns are on (bigger than most lobsters), make sure you order them with a side of crab fries. You’ll be licking your Sichuan-buttered numb lips and thinking about those prawns for days.”
Find it at: Pop Up at the Portside Parlour, Rivington Street
Follow Prawnography on Twitter @PrawnographyLDN.
“Southern fried chicken at its best. These guys serve up huge portions of hot, steaming, juicy Cajun chicken and spiced fries. Grab a cold one from the bar and make a B-line for the Cluck Truck. Be sure to say hi to Big Al whilst you’re there and tell him Nud sent you.”
Find it at: Cat & Mutton Pub, Broadway Market
Follow Motherclucker on Twitter @motherclucker.
5. Rola Wala
“Rola Wala’s Mark’s favourite word is ‘epic.’ Probably because he’s heard so many people describe his food in this way. Any trip to Street Feast is not complete without popping into the Rola Cage. Get three mini naans, the Scorpion chilli shot upgrade, and feel your taste buds experience new sensations.”
Find it at: Model Market, Lewisham
Follow Rola Wala on Twitter Rola Wala.
Barbados-born David Carter is the BBQ genius behind Smokestak. Go for the USDA brisket bun – smoked slow and low until it’s the pinnacle of meaty perfection. Follow Smokestak on Twitter @smokestakUK. Here’s what David recommends you eat:
6. Mama’s Jerk
“Mama’s Jerk do AMAZING jerk, but for the real deal you have to try their salt fish and Jamaican sweet potato cakes. They take me back home every time (I’m from Barbados). This is true Caribbean comfort food at its finest.”
Find it at: Model Market, Lewisham
Follow Mama’s Jerk on Twitter @Mamasjerk.
7. SE Cakery
Yum Bun recommends…
Yum Bun deals in steamed Taiwanese buns. (Follow Yum Bun on Twitter @yumbun.) Oh, and what buns they are. Founder Lisa Meyer knows that when vibrant ingredients meet rich umami and are served up in a pillowy steamed bun, magic happens.
Here’s her hit list:
10. BBQ Dreamz
“I’ve recently been introduced to Filipino street food by the amazing BBQ Dreamz – go with friends to share a platter of duck hearts and crispy pork belly, or hog a warming adobo all to yourself (meat, seafood, or vegetables marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic – simple but delicious).”
Find it at: KERB, Southbank
Follow BBQ Dreamz on Twitter @BBQDreamz.
11. Baba G’s
“We’ve also been knocking on Shack Tandoor a lot this summer – it’s a new offering from Baba G’s at Dinerama. Huge Madagascan prawns are skewered, cooked in moments in a red hot tandoor and served up with a kick-ass sambal.”
Find it at: Dinerama, Great Eastern Street
Follow Baba G’s on Twitter @BhangraBurger.
“I love pies, and Mypie have brought them to the streets in a dashing little Bedford truck. Controversial, I know, but I always thought Australians made the best pies! Great crust and served with a dollop of creamy mash.”