SERIOUSLY ADDICTIVE STREET FOOD the latest craze to hit London and the deWintons team are on the pulse.

2013 February 28
by Jacs

Street food seems to be the very latest craze in London for events and parties. 

What is it about street food that makes it so amazingly satisfying? It’s sweet, spicy, sticky and salty; it’s fast, fresh and flavour-packed; and it’s usually eaten in the hand or on the go.

It is what it is, honest and unpretentious.  Whether it’s prawn rolls or pizza, fish tacos or lamb koftes, rice noodle soups or burritos, street food sizzles and frizzles, even when taken off the street and cooked at home.

The trick is to cook like a market stall-holder in Mexico, a hawker chef in Singapore or a noodle master in Shanghai – don’t dilly-dally and don’t fuss.

See below for a few ideas from our GRAB & GRAZE MENU SELECTOR . 

NORTHERN INDIAN ‘BHEL PURI’ (V)

A savoury Snack Pot of Potato, Tomato, Red Onion, Chilli, Tamarind Chutney and Mango Salad with Puffed Rice. 

Northern Indian Bhel Puri

Northern Indian Bhel Puri

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNITED STATES ‘CHILLI DOG’

‘The Big Apple’ Micro Dog served in a Soft Bun with Wet Beef Chilli and Cheese Sauce.

Extra Jalapenos on the side if you want to spice it up!

Chilli hot dog.

Chilli hot dog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOUTH AMERICAN ‘EMPANADAS’

Little Baked Parcels of Chopped Beef, Onion, Egg & Olives in Authentic Pastry

 

South American Empandas.

South American Empandas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIETNAMESE ‘BANH MI’                                                                                        

A Traditional French Style Baguette filled with Marinated BBQ Grilled Chicken,

and a refreshing Salad of Cucumber, Chilli, Pickled Carrot, Coriander & Mint

 

VIETNAMESE ‘BANH MI’

VIETNAMESE ‘BANH MI’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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