7 Street Food Dishes You Need To Try | sheerluxe.com
London’s street food scene is booming, and nowhere does it better than Kerb. The market was one of the first to showcase multiple traders, and has now expanded to Paddington, Camden, King’s Cross, the Gherkin, London Bridge and West India Quay. Thinking of heading over on your lunchbreak? These are the must-try dishes.
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A festival favourite, Anna Mae’s serves up vessels of mac ‘n’ cheese, topped with a variety of unusual toppings.

The dish to try: The Spicy Juan – three-cheese mac with chipotle pepper, jalapeños, coriander and sour cream.

Visit Anna-Maes.com

Blu Top

This ice-cream sandwich purveyor offers punters a choice of cookies, ice creams and toppings to create a never-ending selection of combinations.

The dish to try: Peanut butter pretzel cookie, with bourbon Old Fashioned ice cream and salted caramel sauce.

Visit BluTopIceCream.com

The Bowler Gourmet Balls

Meatballs and vegballs are The Bowler’s speciality. Cuisine spans Indian, Italian and Swedish, and all come served with steamed rice, homemade slaw and crispy shallots.

The dish to try: The Björn Ball – pork and beef balls, creamed mash, mushroom gravy, lingonberry jam and cucumber pickle.

Visit TheBowler.info

Breddos Tacos

As its name suggests, tacos and tostadas are the name of the game at Breddos. It now has two bricks and-morta  sites in Soho and Clerkenwell, but we enjoy these tacos best as they were originally intended – from the shack.

The dish to try: Beef Brisket Birria – 45-day aged brisket, lemon onions, beef jus and morita chile.

Visit BreddosTacos.com

The Cheese Wheel

This is one you won’t mind queuing for, as watching the team make the dish is half the fun. Fresh hand-rolled pasta is dunked into a giant wheel of parmesan to create the cheesy sauce. Mmmm.

The dish to try: Tagliatelli, white wine cream sauce, parmesan, fresh garlic and parsley, topped with prawns.

Visit CamdenMarket.com


These pizza aficionados use the very best Italian and locally sourced ingredients to create traditional and non-traditional Neapolitan-style pizzas. The secret? A ‘slow dough’ that’s proved for at least 30 hours.

The dish to try: The Grayson Peary – gorgonzola dolce, mozzarella, roasted pear, walnuts, caramelised onion and thyme.

Visit Wandercrust.com

Wheelcake Island

These Taiwanese treats are available at Kerb’s King’s Cross site. Also known as Imagawayaki, the dessert is made of batter and traditionally filled with sweet azuki bean paste. At Wheelcake Island, expect them to be stuffed with vanilla custard and chocolate.

The dish to try: Green tea matcha wheelcake.

Visit WheelcakeIsland.com

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