22 June, 2014

DALSTON YARD STREET FEAST, LONDON

Dalston Yard Street Feast, London

Summer time in London means hitting up those street food festivals! If you want a tasty selection of good quality fast food in a chilled out atmosphere than Dalston Yard is where's it at, every Friday and Saturday night. There's loads of seating, so no squatting on the floor trying to eat and there's even a BBQ smoke train that will have you salivating!

Dalston Yard Street Feast, London
Dalston Yard Street Feast, London


Dalston Yard Street Feast, London
Dalston Yard Street Feast, London
Dalston Yard Street Feast, London

The lobster shack from Bobs and Co was also there, I did a review of their pop up restaurant here. Who can resist their tasty lobster rolls?! The best part was the BBQ smoke station right as you walk in, smelt too good to pass up so we got some St Louis' ribs to share and it was finger licking good. 

Dalston Yard Street Feast, LondonDalston Yard Street Feast, London
Dalston Yard Street Feast, London





It was pretty busy with food choices including wood oven pizzas, sliders and pulled pork buns. Can you tell it's like a meat feast? My friend and I picked up a burger from Le Bun and a lamb kofte wrap from French and Grace. The wrap was pretty good, could of done with a bit more sauce, but the mint and pomegranate was nice and fresh.

If you're looking for mouth watering street food then definitely check out the Street Feast over the summer at Dalston Yard. Open from 5pm - midnight, free before 7pm, £3 after, festival runs until 27th September, I'm sure I will be popping back for more :)


Have you been to any good food festivals?

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17 comments

  1. Paula- SimplicityisBeauty22 June 2014 at 14:00

    The food looks so yummy! :)

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  2. I love Street Feast, I'm dying to go again but am crippled by hayfever at the moment, in a few weeks I'll definitely be back on it!

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  3. This looks like an amazing place! :D I really want to try that burger! haven't seen one as shiny and scrumptious as that in a long time! :D

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  4. Oh my god. I was telling my friend we should have a city trip somewhere in the summer, I guess that somewhere should be London! This sounds amazing. Thanks for the great report, all noted ;-)

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  5. It was! The ribs were something else :)

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  6. Oh no! Thankfully my hayfever has subsided for now...I know it's such a fun vibe, great when the sun is shining!

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  7. Haha, I know the burger does look really tasty, hot off the grill!

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  8. London is pretty cool in the summer, there's always some sort of street festival happening around the city!

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  9. I love Dalston Yard, it's so chilled and like you say, plenty of seating which is nice! Have you tried the street feast Model Market yet in Lewisham? That's next on my list!

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  10. Ohh thanks for letting me know about Model Market, that's not too far away from where I am! You got to make the most of these festivals when the suns out :)

    Thanks for reading :)

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  11. howdoesdeedoit24 June 2014 at 14:06

    Love your pictures Hanh! Found you via TheConscience found and will be following you now! What camera do you you use for your pictures?They really are brilliant!! Keep it up:)

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  12. Aww thank you! It's the Sony Nex 3N, nothing fancy but takes great photos!

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  13. howdoesdeedoit24 June 2014 at 18:00

    Hmm I have a similar camera myself but I find myself SO spoilt by the compactness of my phone that I just don't feel like lugging anything more than a few grams anywhere lol. Am inspired to use it more now tho!Maybe on my trip to Europe thats coming up in a few weeks:)

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  14. Haha I know what you mean, luckily it's not too shoulder breaking! My smart phone just doesn't take very good photos either!

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  15. I've lived there for a little while and the only food fest I visited was in the Southbank, near Victoria Park. Food was amazing, but this one sounds much cooler & nicer.

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  16. The east end is definitely cooler overall! Less touristy and great bars too.

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  17. Ha ha, true. Bricklane is great on Sunday's too... Gosh I miss living in London!

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