5 Great Places to Eat Out in London this Summer
Get outdoors, or just discover somewhere new to nosh, with our top picks for new places to eat out in London this summer!
From pizzas based on retro football players, to a 50s model market in Lewisham reopening as an uber-cool street food haven – something here should float your boat!
Home of To Do List, Lewisham is not known for its hip culinary delights but here comes Street Feast, who are opening this amazing summer popup. Model Market is an abandoned 1950s indoor and outdoor market just off Lewisham High Street – and Street Feast plan to breathe new life, light and vibes into the space with fantastic street food, cracking drinks, great music and the usual wonderful crowd.
See fresh new music acts while you munch on London’s best street food including: a Reggae Roast shack, Big Apple Hotdogs, Mama’s Jerk, Yumchaa & so many more.
#RescueBrunch (Part II) includes a welcome bevvy of either Blue Cheese Bloody Mary (you can have it virgin, but why) or BuckFizz! Then you get onto the good stuff: Bacon Cinnamon Roll, Half Breakfast Scotch Egg, Avocado & Egg Stack, Jalapeńo & Cheese Hash Browns & for those with a sickeningly sweet tooth, French Toast Pecan & Maple Bread Pudding!
An 11 pizza dream team, with World Cup Pizza All Stars. To honour the hosts Brazil, the one and only Pele is represented in the form of a freshly made tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, pulled seasoned chicken, requeijão cheese and roasted pineapples. Captaining the squad will be the legendary Sir Bobby Moore, the quintessential Englishman, who will be represented through the archetypal toppings of a full English: sausages, bacon, eggs and beans. What more can we say?
Rioja Tapas Fantasticas is a free two-day London-based festival celebrating Rioja wine, Spanish food and lifestyle. Get ready to slurp a sensational range of red, white and rosé wines from some of Rioja’s most famous wineries, as well as sample authentic Spanish cuisine from a variety of London’s best Spanish restaurants.
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