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London’s best food trucks serve up street food at Thames Festival

Posted at 12:00 pm, September 7, 2011 in Food & Drink

Bhangra BurgerTo coincide with The Mayor’s Thames Festival this weekend (10am-11pm daily), the eat.st collective – London’s new and only association of food trucks – park their vans at 2 key points on the route. Some occupy a spot next to Tate Modern, including Luardos (Mexican burritos); Jamon Jamon (Spanish paella); Anna Mae’s (Deep South pulled pork); Churros Bros (Spanish churros); Buen Provecho (Mexican street food); Bean & Gone Coffee (Monmouth coffee) and our current favourite, Big Apple Hot Dogs (gourmet hot dogs). Meanwhile, over at More London – the new development on the river east of London Bridge station – you’ll find Bhangra Burger (Indian spiced burgers, above); Crêperie Nicholas (Breton galettes, below); Tongue ‘n’ Cheek (Italian street food); and newbie Hardcore Prawn (Asian fusion). They should turn a festival into a feast.

For info, see eat.st and Thames Festival 2011 listing.

Creperie Nicholas

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