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Eight best street foods to eat at Street Feast: Hawker House, Canada Water

19 August, 2016 — by Toni Ratcliff0


Hawker House is run by the Street Feast team who gather together some of London's best street food vendors and put them all in one place so you can sample the best street food London has to offer without having to actually walk the streets. They have been running Street Feast events in four locations across London for the past few years and Hawker House is the south London sister of Dinerama in Shoreditch which we checked out last year.

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Bombetta London: delicious bundles of meaty joy in Snaresbrook

10 August, 2016 — by Toni Ratcliff0


Bombetta London's menu draws inspiration from the Italian farming communities of Puglia where villagers would gather together at the butcher's shop to eat pieces of meat that had been rolled up with cheese and cured meats and then roasted over a fire. These meaty treats are Bombetta, and this idea of communal sharing of simple dishes and delicious meat on sticks is what Bombetta London have now brought to Wanstead. I don't know about you but that sounds pretty good, huh?

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Django Bango Gold Rush – Review

22 July, 2016 — by Toni Ratcliff0


London has exploded in recent years with a whole host of dining experiences and supper clubs. Always on the lookout for 'new ways to eat dinner' apparently (see last year's Twin Peaks experience for a start) Londoners have lapped these up and there seems to be no stopping them. Django Bango Gold Rush are the latest posse to hitch their wagon to this train by laying on a Wild West themed dining experience in Vauxhall.

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Barbecue ribs in northeast London: Duke’s Brew and Que – Restaurant Review

14 May, 2015 — by Toni Ratcliff0


Better pack your finest adult-bib and toothpicks, because we're going to meat town.

Let's play a game. I bet I can grab your attention in three words: barbecue, ribs, beer. Did it work? I kneeeew it. That's basically the genius behind Duke's Brew & Que in Haggerston. A traditional Texan style, wood-smoke barbecue joint plonked in the middle of northeast London serving up ribs, burgers, pulled pork and all manner of other delicious meaty, smoky treats.