Vendor

Cuisine

 
The Ivy
(13 - 18 June)
Signature dishes including crispy duck and watermelon salad and shepherd’s pie from the restaurant that’s loved by A-listers. Website
Angela Hartnett
(7 – 18 June)
The renowned chef is showcasing each of her four restaurants at Night Market. In addition she is giving part of her kitchen space to allow a host of street food guest chefs to join her in putting street food next to Michelin-star dining. From Turkish bagels to Mexican tamales and Northern Thai dishes, this is a celebration of all that makes London the greatest city on earth.Website
Mews of Mayfair
(7 - 18 June)
Elegant and eccentric food — need we say more than truffle cheeseburger? Website
Asia de Cuba
(13 – 18 June)
Chic, sophisticated, glamorous, witty and, above all fun, Asia de Cuba’s Chino-Latino menu is intensely flavoured, imaginatively prepared
and celebratory.
Website
SpiceBox
(7 – 18 June)
Super spices are combined with vegetables, pulses and plant-based ingredients — this is plant-powered Indian food.Website
The Cheese Truck
(7 – 18 June)
Celebrating brilliant British cheese with a range of grilled cheese sandwiches that have to be seen and tasted to be believed, along with super-stringy mozzarella sticks. Website
Patty & Bun
(7 – 18 June)
Fresh, succulent burgers made with the best of British ingredients for the ultimate in comfort food. Website
Rainbo
(7 – 18 June)
Born in London, inspired by Tokyo, Rainbo offers traditional gyoza served alongside mouth-watering house pickles and Miso soup — real Japanese soul food. Website
Naughty Roti
(7 – 18 June)
Indian street food consisting of roti wraps made using tasty, traditional recipes passed down through generations. Namaste. Website
CHOP BAR by Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen
(7 – 18 June)
Zoe’s mission is to bring exciting African food to the masses — so if you want to try something new, not just re-spun, this is the one for you.
Website
Vinn Goute
(7 – 18 June)
Translating as “come and taste” in Seychelles Kreole, Vinn Goute produces exotic Seychelles-inspired cuisine cooked by real Seychellois people — think curried goat, grilled
fish and octopus curry.
Website
The Joint
(7 – 18 June)
Tasty barbecue treats with a twist: pulled pork, chicken wings, fries and mac ’n’ cheese plus a new “King Cobra” barbecue sauce created especially for Night Market. Website
Other side fried
(7 – 18 June)
Marinaded buttermilk fried chicken burgers. Dirty burgers done proper — enough said. Website
Mama’s Jerk
(7 – 18 June)
From the secret recipe of Mama Charlotte (the founder’s grandmother), Mama’s Jerk delivers chicken and veggie beancake dishes smothered in jerk barbecue sauce, bringing the flavours of a Caribbean backyard barbecue to the capital. Website
SMOKESTAK
(7 – 18 June)
Barbecue dishes made from meat smoked for up to 14 hours in a 2.5-tonne custom-built smoker from Texas. Website
aManandHisCat
(7 – 18 June)
Coffee x cats x hip-hop = #aManAndHisCatCoffee
Thirst-quenching hot and cold drinks, fruit juices and snacks.
Website
Raclette
(7 – 18 June)
Get your cheese fix here thanks to this celebration of Alpine street food, featuring delicious melting wheels of raclette cheese. Website
Cinnamon Bazaar
(7 - 12 June)
Real Indian heritage meets urban London here as the centuries-old vibrant energy of the bazaar is the inspiration for a host of new flavours and possibilities. Website
Elephant Juice Bar
(7 - 18 June)
Juices, smoothies and superfood bowls all made on-site using 100 per cent fresh ingredients. Website
Hola Guacamole
(7 - 18 June)
Mouth-watering Mexican street food including burritos, quesadillas, nachos, tacos and fajitas. Website
Indian Street Kitchen
(7 - 18 June)
Fresh, home-made, delicious dishes that are modern takes on Indian street foods. Website
Laffa
(7 - 18 June)
Inspired by the countries of the eastern Mediterranean, bathed in sunshine and rich in flavours. Full-on flavoured salads, meats and sauces are cooked to order and piled up in a “laffa” or flatbread. They’re herby, fragrant bundles of love. Website
Los Churros Amigos
(7 - 18 June)
Fresh, vegan-friendly churros made with a sticky Belgian chocolate sauce — it’s deep-fried doughnutty heaven. Website
Muffin Man & Co
(7 - 18 June)
Making everything from scratch — from bacon jam to butter — with ingredients sourced from small,
high-quality producers.
Website
Native
(7 - 18 June)
A taste of real wild, British food,
letting the land dictate the menu
with plenty of game and foraged produce, including a signature wood pigeon kebab.
Website
Pulled
(7 - 18 June)
simply put, Pulled is all about taking things slow. think beautiful British free range meats roasted on a low heat for a long time to pack them full of flavour, before they are lovingly hand-pulled — leaving you to enjoy a mouthwateringly good mouthful.
Website
Yorica!
(7 - 18 June)
Vegan and free-from ice cream and fro-yo to indulge your senses. Website
Bad Brownie
(7 - 18 June)
The baddest brownies in town Website
PISQU Peruvian Cuisine
(7 - 18 June)
Known for its Signature dishes Pulpo Pisqu (octopus), Corncake, Lomo a la Parrilla, Salmon Tiradito and Paddington bear waffles. The "home of the Pisqu Sour”. PISQU is Fitzrovia's latest awesome Restaurant, Bar & Vaults. Head Chef William Ortiz, only uses quality, healthy and natural superfood ingredients sourced from the Amazon and Andes. Website
Jinjja
(7 - 18 June)
Tasty, traditional Korean street food and barbecue, with delicious dishes ranging from a bulgogi beef salad box to a Korean bibimbap.
L’ombrello
(7 - 18 June)
Inspired by the true taste of Italy, these friends want to spread their love for wood-fired pizza to everyone. Using fresh Italian ingredients for their pizza dough and toppings, l’ombrello brings the original taste of authentic Italian pizza. Bellissimo!
Pancs/Blinerie
(7 - 18 June)
Offering a tasty new alternative to a sandwich, Pancs is a modern approach to a creperie — think world-famous fillings in a freshly-baked pancake

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