Vegan Street Food: The Coolest Places to Try Now


The capital’s food scene is thriving and no more so than in the plant-based sector which is ideal for World Vegan Month. With this in mind, we’ve rounded up the coolest new vegan street food vendors to try now…

Words Jada De Cinque 

Pop up London street food stalls are at their finest for London food lovers who enjoy the outdoor lifestyle and bustling vibrant areas with a vivacious selection of mouth-watering bites on the go. From vibrant tacos to tasty kebabs, there really is something for everyone. This is especially true for plant-based eaters as more and more markets cater to vegans and vegetarians, providing tasty alternatives to foodie favourites.

Most street food markets across London are now catering to vegetarian and vegans providing tasty options to the vegan palate, from tofu burritos to jackfruit chicken and to top off, vegan beer!

From taste testing food bites to indulging in delicious recipes, these are the best vegan street food market dishes you need to get a taste of in London this world vegan month.

The cold weather is approaching, so snuggle up at heated food stalls this winter and tuck into tempting vegan street food.

Club Mexicana at KERB

At Camden Markets, Club Mexicana serves on-trend jackfruit burrito that is incredibly pleasant to a vegan palate. This recipe has a reputation for indulging vegans in a plant-based ‘grub’ dish.

Vegan taco


Spice Box at KERB

Spice it up with a delicious veggie curry topped with classic Indian flavours. At KERB Camden Markets Spice Box offers exquisite spice options served with brown rice or quinoa.

Greedy Khao at KERB

Explore authentic Asian textures with plant-based food down at Kings Cross KERB food market. Your taste buds will not only be satisfied with a selection of warm delectable dishes but also a spicy Asian salad to top off.



What the Fattoush? At Hawker House

You can find meat-free and diary-free Middle Eastern bites on the go at Hawker House. Try the portobello mushroom burger marinated in pomegranate molasses and sumac, with a side of Za’atar fries. Sounds delicious!


Share this Article

Written by
Must Read

You May Also Like

Did you know you can now buy or subscribe to our printed issues?


Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up to our monthly newsletter to find out what’s on your local area, exclusive competitions, the latest launches and much more!

Select the areas you want to hear about