London Food Month have launched their Night Market in Kensington .
50 of London’s street food stars, restaurants and top chefs have set up at Perks Field near Kensington Gardens, creating an island of foodie delights.
It is the centrepiece of the Evening Standard's London Food Month and features everything from gooey brownies to truffle burgers.
The enchanting market runs up until Sunday June 18, here is what you can expect:
Born in London, inspired by Tokyo, Rainbo offers traditional gyoza served alongside mouth-watering house pickles and Miso soup — real Japanese soul food.
Indian street food consisting of roti wraps made using tasty, traditional recipes passed down through generations.
CHOP BAR by Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen
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.
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.
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.
Other side fried
Marinaded buttermilk fried chicken burgers.
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.
Barbecue dishes made from meat smoked for up to 14 hours in a 2.5-tonne custom-built smoker from Texas.
Thirst-quenching hot and cold drinks, fruit juices and snacks.
Get your cheese fix here thanks to this celebration of Alpine street food, featuring delicious melting wheels of raclette cheese.
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.
Elephant Juice Bar
Juices, smoothies and superfood bowls all made on-site using 100 per cent fresh ingredients.
Mouth-watering Mexican street food including burritos, quesadillas, nachos, tacos and fajitas.
Indian Street Kitchen
Fresh, home-made, delicious dishes that are modern takes on Indian street foods.
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.
Los Churros Amigos
Fresh, vegan-friendly churros made with a sticky Belgian chocolate sauce — it’s deep-fried doughnutty heaven.
Muffin Man & Co
Making everything from scratch — from bacon jam to butter — with ingredients sourced from small, high-quality producers.
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.
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.
Vegan and free-from ice cream and fro-yo to indulge your senses.
The baddest brownies in town.
PISQU Peruvian Cuisine
Known for its Signature dishes Pulpo Pisqu (octopus), Corncake, Lomo a la Parrilla, Salmon Tiradito and Paddington bear waffles.
Tasty, traditional Korean street food and barbecue, with delicious dishes ranging from a bulgogi beef salad box to a Korean bibimbap.
Inspired by the true taste of Italy, these friends want to spread their love for wood-fired pizza to everyone.
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.
Signature dishes including crispy duck and watermelon salad and shepherd’s pie from the restaurant that’s loved by A-listers.
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
Elegant and eccentric food — need we say more than truffle cheeseburger?
Times: The Night Market will be open from 5pm to 10.30pm Monday to Thursday and 5pm to 11pm on Fridays.
On Saturdays and Sundays there will also be a session from 11am to 4pm.
The market will reopen from 5pm until 11pm on Saturday, and until 10.30pm on Sunday.
Visitors are also invited to kick back under the summer sky, soak up the entertainment and watch recent blockbuster Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, La La Land and Disney's Moana as well as the Oscar winning live action movie, The Jungle Book.
Tickets: Tickets cost £15 for adults, £8 for children. Under 5's go free.
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