A couple of months ago we were approached by the Real Food Festival people. They wanted to put on a dedicated Royal Wedding event that would be strictly street food – and they needed our help.
Of course we were happy to rally our troops for them and got busy putting together a crew that would have the Southbank crowds royally replete.
eat.st traders showing out next Friday 29th April – Monday 2nd May will be:
Bhangra Burger and their first ever outing for the new Bhangra bus. (You won’t miss it) Selling Indian spiced burgers in flatbread with homemade pickles and chutneys.
Anna Mae’s Smokehouse – new eat.st members just back from a BBQ tour of Texas. These people know how to pull them some pork.
Choc Star – yours truly, cooling the crowds down with ice creams and whipping them into a frenzy with our brownie fudge sundaes.
Jamon Jamon – Portobello Market regulars and purveyors of paella and street theatre. Enjoy the show!
Healthy Yummies – It’s all a load of scallops. Serving one of the best curbside treats we’ve had all year: read about it here. And help it down with some cold prossecco. The most goodness possible from a Bedford van.
Mongo Denoon and the OK Catering Success – just back from Kolkata, Angus and his Bengali van of delights making magic for your mouth.
Wholefood Heaven – from their smart grey Citroen-H van, this married couple bring you vegetarian soulfood.
Stewed & Baked – operating out of a 1970s caravan, cooking up huge pots of wholesome stew.
Lulabelle’s – Yorkshire woman Cathy is driving her pink and white splitscreen VW camper van down to Londonand bringing with her cakes and cream teas for all!
Luardos – the Whitecross Market mainstay is crossing the river especially for the Royal Wedding weekend. Be prepared to queue for our favourite burrito in London.
Salad Days – good old Suffolk boys who like tossing salads and grilling nice loins of local meat.
Street Foodie – just arrived back from a few years living in Korea, these guys come packing kimchi sliders. Very exciting addition to the eat.st crew.
Crêperie Nicholas – traditional Breton buckwheat crêpes served from a Citroen-H van. This is the kind of tradition we like.
Spinach & Agushi – Broadway, Portobello and Exmouth Market regulars and responsible for showing Londoners exactly what’s so special about Ghanain food.
The Real Street Food Festival takes place in front of the Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX