Sunday, 1 June 2014

Street Feast London, Dalston Yard

I'm sure we can all agree that eating from street food stalls would not be a preference. Greasy burgers, soggy chips and meats that you didn't even know existed are definitely a turn off. However in London there are some classy stalls that sell good quality tasty food which have been brought together in a huge urban market - Street Feast London. I apologise if you feel hungry reading this post. I felt hungry writing it.

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London - Dalston Yard - Review

Street Feast London was established May 2012 and has now taken up shop in Dalston Yard, around two minutes from Dalston Junction tube station. It is on every Friday and Saturday night until 27 September from 5pm to midnight (it's free before 7pm - £3 after). The vendors range from smoked meat sandwiches, to crab rolls, to mac n cheese to Korean burritos. Each stall sells at the most four options of food so there will always be something for everyone.

Matt got a pot of Don Macaroni from Anna Mae's which consisted of their classic macaroni and cheese with bacon, pesto and a basil leaf. After a few laps of the yard I decided on a brisket bun with honey bbq sauce in a brioche bun from Smoke Stak. It was so nice, if not a tad sickly because of the sauce. The beef however was amazingly cooked and so tasty! I can't speak for how Matt's mac n cheese was as I didn't get a taste but it certainly looks yummy.

If you are looking for something a little bit different for tea I'd definitely recommend getting yourself down to Street Feast London, as not only do they do amazing food they have a huge selection of drinks and plenty of seating for you to be able to enjoy the atmosphere all night long.
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9 comments

  1. Oh my...that mac n cheese looks heavenly! I need that in my life right now! :)

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  2. I am a huge fan of Street Feast and went the other week - I didn't get a chance to try the mac and cheese (next time) but can definitely recommend Le Bun.

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  3. Looks like an awesome venue! Anna Mae's was at the Green Man Festival last year, and a big hit with my hubby, he's a beast when it comes to mac n cheese! Was great to meet you today btw. x

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    1. ooh I need to try some! aw you too lovely! x

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  4. Mmm the mac n cheese looks right up my street!

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  5. Anna Maes is amazing. I'm drooling just seeing your photos, oh how I need to go back to a food festival with the truck there!
    Kloe xx
    skullsnkisses.blogspot.co.uk

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