The best street food finds in London

It might be wet and cold, but you can still enjoy the best street food around – just go undercover!  From fresh lobster to flaky, buttery rotis, vegan s to superb coffee, the choices are enormous. Whether you want breakfast or late-night dining, we highlight the best places to go. Make sure to book a stay at any of the London aparthotels for a family stay.

Top of the list has to be the Market Halls beside Victoria Railway Station and along Oxford Street in the West End.  Stylish with great food, these are fantastic places to eat. With bars, coffee shop, rooftop bar and a wide choice of eating areas including multi-cultural Vegan dining from CookDaily to a kosher-style Jewish Monty’s deli; there’s plenty of choice on offer. No need to book – just walk in and enjoy.

Close to Covent Garden is the Seven Dials Market. Located in Earlham Street, this former banana warehouse has been given a new lease of life as one of the most popular street food centers in London.  Yum Bun, Strozzapretti, Claw to Club Mex, Truffle, Pick & Cheese, the choices are vast. It’s fun too – a cheese conveyor belt offers rotating rounds of cheese pairings while elsewhere there may be live music on offer, or you can sit back and relax with a book from the bookshop.  

Fans of Japanese cuisine need head no further than the Japan Centre in Piccadilly.  The setting is simple and serene and on offer are bento boxes galore, gyozas, noodle soups and much more. 


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Mercato Mayfair in North Audley Street offers the opportunity to try food from all over the world. It’s pure artisanal, fresh and sustainably sourced.  There’s handmade pasta, grilled meats, seafood, and fantastic Neapolitan pizza. If you want an even bigger choice, head over to the South Bank’s Newington Causeway for Mercado Metropolitano.  Find some foodie gifts to take home as well as trying to choose what to eat from over 40 food vendors as well as a micro-brewery.  

Pergola Paddington has become West London’s largest al-fresco dining area and now has a roofed covered area to create a comfortable warm winter dining area. You can book tables here if you want, or you can just turn up.  Expect a good range of food offerings including burgers, duck, bao buns and tacos. Enjoy the best street food around while a resident at any of the serviced apartments in Covent Garden.

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