Critics may have long grown tired of pulled pork, “American-style” barbeque and kimchi tacos, but consumer appetites for street food are as high as ever. Daniel Woolfson considers the ins and outs of hosting a street food pop-up residency in your pub.
Street food and ‘gourmet junk’ have dominated the London food market during the past two years, which we’ve embraced at the Grafton with a long line of street food pop-ups and residencies, ranging from one or two-day stints from the likes of Alley Katsu,...
Gourmet hotdogs, juice bars and bubble tea bars are “short lived” crazes, although street food is starting to have a greater influence across the wider UK restaurant sector, according to the new Menu & Food Trends Report from Allegra Foodservice.
The increasing demand for street food has seen a spark in pop-up stalls and food markets offering cuisines from around the World and customers are shunning fine dining for plastic forks and boxes of burgers and chilli dogs.