London's Streetfood

Right Up Your Street

In 2012, Street Feast began turning derelict pockets of London into vibrant food markets, such as Dinerama in Shoreditch. Offering tasty, trendy treats and a buzzing atmosphere, it kick-started London’s coolest dining sector.  

The next step in the street food revolution began in summer 2016, when Pergola on the Roof launched in White City. Pergola turned a former rooftop car park into an attractive dining area. Offering street food in a more refined and comfortable setting, this seasonal event was a big success. The next step in the street food revolution began in summer 2016, when Pergola on the Roof launched in White City. Pergola turned a former rooftop car park into an attractive dining area. Offering street food in a more refined and comfortable setting, this seasonal event was a big success.
  
Incipio, the company behind this latest chapter in the street food story, is now opening more upmarket venues. The latest is Feast Bar & Kitchen, also in White City, which is where the old BBC Television Centre stands. The area is undergoing a redevelopment project, and Feast delivers a lively night out. You’ll find a large bar area, hanging plants and pendant lights casting a warm glow.
The kitchens are home to Hackney-based taco expert Del74 and Morty & Bob’s, which is known for its toasted cheese sandwiches. After one bite of a Morty & Bob’s toastie, crammed and overflowing with layers of melted cheese and soft onion slices, we understand why they’re so popular.

You’ll now find Incipio eateries dotted around west London, including West Brompton and Hammersmith. If you’re searching for a fun night out, this leader of London’s street food pack is a great place to start.

www.feastbarandkitchen.com; www.incipio-group.co.uk; www.streetfeast.com

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