By Laura Nickoll
Street Feast’s concept is very much geared towards trendy young things needing decent grub and something superior to wash it down with. Traders and opening times differ at each of Street Feast’s four food markets, which all utilise disused spaces in the city.
What to eat? Stalls offer the likes of meat-free Mexican snacks, wood-fired Neapolitan pizza, Spanish tapas, sliders, fried chicken, Japanese soul food, steamed Taiwanese buns and doughnut bites. Manna for young diners.
Pipsqueak tip The Canary Wharf site, open all week from 11am, is the best bet for families with young children. But any of them, go before 6pm and you can fill your boots without facing interminable queues.