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London’s Street Foods You Must Try

London’s Street Foods You Must Try

Are you planning to have a vacation in London? If you are, you must learn more about this city before you have your vacation. London is beautiful. It is full with attraction and tourism spots to visit. Unfortunately, it is an expensive city. You will spend a lot of money for accommodations, transportation, and foods. And you will spend more if you dine out in London’s best restaurants. If you are on budget, you had better forget those restaurants and enjoy street foods instead. London’s street foods are delicious and made in exceptional standard. And the best thing about them is that they are cheap. Here are some of the best London’s street foods that you must try.

Duck mi from Bittenclub

Beef rendang from Makatcha

Makatcha has menu concepts similar to those in airline kitchen. You have choices of chicken, beef, and veg menus. One of the best cuisines offered by this street food vendor is beef rendang. It is beef cooked in coconut milk, lemon grass, and other Indonesian seasonings. It is served with white rice and gently-pickled vegetables. This food is much better than plane food. Beef rending cost about £6. You can find Makatcha truck at Kerb Camden, Chatsworth Road Market, St Katherines Dock, and other locations.

Duck mi from Bittenclub

Chipotle brisket burrito from Luardos

Mexican food is getting more popular. Luardos offers you with delicious fat burrito in various flavors. Those burritos will surely make you full and happy. You can opt for chicken stuffed burrito and pork stuffed burrito. The chicken stuffed burrito is made of poached chicken in bay and garlic, Monterey Jack cheese, crunchy lettuce, and smooth guacamole. Meanwhile, the pork stuffed burrito is made of slow-cooked pork in fennel and orange, crunchy lettuce, and smooth guacamole, and Monterey Jack cheese. A chipotle brisket burrito at Luardos costs £5. You can find Luardos at Kerb King’s Cross, Kerb Camden, and other locations.

Beef bourguignon cheese burger from The Patate

Beef bourguignon cheese burger from The Patate

The Patate’s popular menu is beef bourguignon cheese burger. This burger doesn’t have conventional patty. It is made of beef bourguignon which is warmed and crisped on a hotplate. After that, it is drenched in melted cheese. You can choose cheddar cheese, blue cheese, or raclette cheese. This bourguignon beef is combined with lettuce and top brioche roll coated in Patate sauce. This particular burger costs £7. You can find The Patate at Brick Lane Market, Kerb Camden, and Primrose Hill Market.

Duck mi from Bittenclub

Duck mi from Bittenclub

Bittenclub offers Vietnamese cuisine. One of the favorite menus from this street food vendor is Duck mi, a French baguette in Vietnamese style. Duck mi is made of white breadstick that is stuffed with honeyed duck confit, chilli, crunchy vegetables, garlic pesto, and coriander. Duck mi costs £6. The Bittenclub can only be found in Flat Iron Square.

Grilled portobello bun from Lagom

Grilled portobello bun from Lagom

If you love vegetables, you must try vegetarian bun or grilled vegetables from Lagom. The specialty of this street food vendor is grilled vegetables. Lagom offers delicious mushroom cuisines. This street food vendor also offers grilled meat. The menus provided by Lagom are cooked in Swedish-style fire grill method. One of the menus you must not miss is Grilled Portobello bun. It costs £7. Lagom is located in Dinerama.

There are other street vendors in London that offer you with delicious street food. Other London’s street foods that you must try are shengjian bao from Sheng High, the open sandwich from Allihopa, hot mess from Burger and Beyond, and 8hr slow smoked char siu ribs from Smokin’ Lotus. Each of those foods costs between £6 and £8.5. It is very affordable, isn’t it? Now you can explore London in more affordable budget.