Street Feast London is a once-weekly, Friday night (5 - midnight) pop-up food market that changes destination every week. And blimey - last week's was popular. Has food really become the new rock'n'roll? We didn't stay late as we were with friends with an utterly adorable four-and-eleven-twelfths little boy, but by the time we left (8.30-ish) there were queues around the block to rival those of Fabric around 2 in the morning, circa 1999. Yup, I'm showing my age.
But what of the food? Well, we didn't try everything, but what we did was pretty bloody delicious. To start with, Andy and I shared mussels and beer from the Cornish Mussel Company:
Andy opted for the Jamaican goat curry to follow, which was fantastic: robustly spiced, the tender, tasty meat falling away from the bone.
I went for one of the most popular stalls - the Lebanese one selling wraps with halloumi, chorizo and the most astounding array of salady accompaniments - from grated carrot to fresh mint to pomegranate seeds. It was a long wait but worth it, with the fresh little parcels of goodness packing a salty, sweet, hot, sour and umami punch in every mouthful.