Homeslice has joined the ever growing list of street food traders who have made the move to a bricks and mortar restaurant. They’ve moved inside and opened up their very own pizza joint in Neals Yard, just off Monmouth Street. They were the first people in London to make a wood fired pizza oven mobile and they were a great addition to London’s street food scene, so it’s good to see while they’re no longer to be found serving up slices in London’s markets you can still get their delicious pizza just a stones throw from Covent Garden. (more…)
If you’ve ever been to Jubilee Market in Covent Garden you know exactly what it’s like – a crowded tourist trap full of tacky souvenirs – and why it’s normally somewhere to avoid (unless of course a melted bottle ornament is you’re sort of thing). Well now with the opening of Meat Market there’s finally one very good reason to visit. And if you head round the back of the market and find the entrance on Tavistock Street you should be able to avoid the tourist hordes!
When it comes to London’s two most famous burger vans (Meat Wagon and Lucky Chip) I have a pretty poor run of luck. Every time I’ve tried to go visit them something has got in the way and i’ve ending up cancelling. When Meat Wagon was in it’s Meat Easy stage I managed to queue for about an hour and make it inside before the rest of my group turned up late, didn’t fancy the now two hour queue so we ended up eating Thai down the road. Then there was the time that I arrived at Netil Market to finally try a Lucky Chip burger only to be told they’d run out of beef!