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South Bank Street Food Market

May 1, 2017

South Bank Street Food Market is held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and a Monday if a Bank Holiday.

A wide variety of food and drink.

My only criticism,  becoming too crowded and needs to relocate to where more space.

I had a dosa off one of the stalls. Nowhere the standard of Guildford farmers market off the chutney stall.

Two coffee stalls, one a battered old Citroen van, the other .

When a coffee stall adulterates its coffee with syrups, cannot be bothered to grind coffee fresh for each cup because it is too much trouble, then it is best avoided.

Which is why I had a coffee off The Ethiopian Coffee Company. The other reason because I know they will serve me a good coffee.  I had actually been looking forward to this coffee since the day before.  Coffee off this stall is probably the best coffee in London.

I also bought cakes, Middle East Greek-style cakes, off one of the stalls.

Lunch at South Bank street food market

November 22, 2015
fresh cooked street food

fresh cooked street food

Lunch at South Bank street food market. I have a burger that at £6 expensive compared with food off other stalls. I tried a sample, and I enjoyed, but did not enjoy the burger.

One woman with a stall with fancy sausage rolls, wanted to know why was I taking picture?  There is always one. Others were quite happy for me to take pictures.

Coffee from Ethiopia coffee stall. Excellent cappuccino, one of the best but at £2-90 for a tiny cup, expensive.

South Bank Street Food Market

November 20, 2015
paella

paella

Four weeks ago in London.

It was Friday, which meant street food at the South Bank.

Spoilt for choice.

They exact high environmental standards, compostable containers, knives and forks either plant based cellulose or wood. If South Bank can, why not elsewhere.

Two coffee stalls, one had beans for sale (maybe both). Not impressed. Coffee beans should have a wonderful aroma.  These did not, an earthy smell. On the other stall, it was too much trouble for the woman to grind beans fresh for each coffee. If you cannot be bothered, why have a coffee stall?

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