Street Food

Pizza Pilgrims is opening a new site in Kingly Court

Pizza Pilgrims expands offering for new site

By Melodie Michel

Street food vendors turned restaurateurs Thom and James Elliot are expanding their food, drinks and entertainment offering for their new site, opening in Kingly Court in late July.

Mexican, Chinese and Thai cuisines came on top of consumers’ favourite street foods

Street food consumption on the up

By Melodie Michel

The street food market is set to keep growing as 47 per cent of consumers plan to eat more of it in the next year, according to research conducted by Allegra Foodservice for ingredients supplier Santa Maria.

KERB recently launched a new Saturday market (KERB Saturdays) to reach new customers

KERB partners with NCASS to increase street food safety

By Luke Nicholls

London-based street food organization KERB has announced that all of its members will become part of the Nationwide Caterer’s Association (NCASS) in a bid to improve public confidence in the safety of food sold on the streets.

62 Buckingham Gate will house Benugo and Leon as well as a five-screen Curzon cinema

Restaurants confirmed for new Victoria developments

By Luke Nicholls

Land Securities is continuing its transformation of London’s Victoria with Spanish restaurant Ibérica secured for the property firm’s upcoming Zig Zag Building and two high street operators soon to open within its 62 Buckingham Gate development.

Bunnychow's 270 sq.ft site can seat up to 12 customers indoors and up to 50 outside

Bunnychow parks up in Boxpark

By Luke Nicholls

After three months roaming London’s streets in its eponymous truck, South African street food vendor Bunnychow has secured its first semi-permanent site at one of the saught-after shipping containers within Shoreditch’s Boxpark development. 

Soho House's Dirty Burger brand is one of the many spin-off restaurant chains to gain pace in the UK

Old dogs, new tricks: how restaurant chains are branching out

By Stefan Chomka

The trend for restaurant chains to create separately branded spin-offs as a way of moving into new territory appears to be at an all-time high, with a number of branded players developing ‘satellite’ concepts over the past few months.

The new-look Imli Street restaurant could be the template for a roll-out of the brand, says Tamarind Collection chief executive Rajesh Suri

Tamarind Collection eyes Imli Street roll-out

By Emma Eversham

Restaurant group Tamarind Collection has outlined its plans for the year ahead, which include rolling out its Indian street food restaurant Imli Street and gaining a Michelin star for company newcomer Zaika.

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