We’d say we’re big fans of street food, but by now, who isn’t? Traders have won over Londoner’s hearts and stomaches by specialising in what they do. They know exactly what they’re working with, and damn do they do it well!
There’s not much better than strolling to a market on a sunny weekend, but the first thing on our minds is picking up something dee-lish to chow down on. Good news though – We’ve hunted down the best of the breakfasts so you can get your street food fix first thing. You’re welcome!
Karen makes crêpes and galettes from imported organic whole buckwheat flour and organic wheat flour. Her and her van, Suzette, roam the streets of London to serve you top-notch crêpes. Find them here.
What do we love about Waffle On? Sweet or savoury, breakfast or brunch, they nail their buttermilk waffles with their exciting combinations and delicious quality. #EverydayWe’reWafflin Find them here.
Mother Flipper, these burgers are good! And thanks to their brekkie burger, it’s totally acceptable to have them in the morning! Possibly one of the most delicious things you’ll ever put in your mouth. Find them here.
What The Dickens!
Did someone say 2015 BBC Food & Farming Award Finalist? These 3 gentlemen serve up uncommonly classical culinary craft. Kick it old school with some retro British breakfasts of devilled kidneys and kedgeree. Find them here.
Bread Ahead Bakery
Don’t say you can’t eat doughnuts for breakfast, because we don’t want to live in that kind of world. And if you’re going to put sugary goodness in your mouth this early in the day, make sure it’s from the best. Spitalfields, here we come! Find them here.
Grill My Cheese
Isn’t it strange how on a weekday you probably wouldn’t, but on weekends it’s totally acceptable to chow on a grilled cheese for brekkie? Throw in some bacon and it’s really just a version of a breakfast sarnie. For the best, find them here.
It’s bread, but stuffed with an English breakfast. Holy crap. Originally from South Africa, how is this not the greatest invention in the world? Selling as street food, as well as just having opened up a permanent location, you can find them here.
Original Fry-Up Material
You can see it in their name that they know what they’re doing. Masters of the fry-up, these guys serve breakfast from an old ambulance. Have you heard of anything cooler? Doubtful. Find them here.
Good & Proper Tea
You can’t keep these guys away from a market or festival. They’ve got the perfect cuppa to start your day, as well as some hot toasted crumpets. Marmite melt, anyone? Find them here.
Straight from a sixties ambulance, Le Swine claim to serve up the best bacon butty in town. Think variations like gammon, duck egg and pineapple chutney. Drooling. Find them here.