Every Friday night starting May 16th, Street Feast brings together a world of tantalising street food and packs it into a rustic Dalston courtyard. The weekly food festival is an overload of alluring smells and a beautiful assault on the tastebuds, providing the perfect opportunity to grab a group of gastronomically inclined besties and fill your bellies with some of the most extraordinary dishes that could possibly come out the back of a van. With the added bonus of affordable prices, some of the most tempting creations include Korean burritos from Kimchinary, Taiwanese buns by Bao London, crispy fried chicken from Spit and Roast and succulent burgers via Mother Flipper.

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As well as the eat-on-your-feet experience, there are pop-up diners that have seating on a first come basis, including the likes of B.O.Bs Lobster, which puts an americanised twist on the seafood delicacy and Pizza Pilgrims, famous for their rustic woodfired pizzas. Once faces haven been stuffed and the clock strikes drinkin’ time, there are watering holes selling specialist gins, locally brewed ale and tequila in a treehouse to merrily wash down the indulgence.

What really makes Street Feast special is the atmosphere; a week after week celebration of foodie passion that extends from the vendors – many of who quit their office day jobs to cook authentic street food – to the happy diners that munch, crunch and lunch on the delicious results of a realised dream.Slow braised pork belly bun BAO

www.streetfeastlondon.com | Dalston Yard | 16 May – 27 Sept