Saturday 30th of January 2016
London is a hub of cultural activity, and is home to a wide range of different cultures and communities from around the world. Pick up your Easirent hire car from our London Stansted Airport branch and take a tour of all the different cuisines that the capital has to offer. Head to one of the many street food stalls that are peppered throughout the capital and discover the tasty culinary treats on offer.
Located in Brockley Market, Luardos specialises in Mexican cuisine. So, think flavour-packed food, brilliant burritos and enough Mexican spices to make your eyes water. Make sure that you choose the chicken poached in garlic and bay leaves, with a side of smooth guacamole.
2. Hot Mess
Fans of the local chip shop will love a trip to Hot Mess. Think you’ve had the perfect chips and gravy? Think again. At Hot Mess, you’re talking chunky hand cut chips, topped with cheese curds and delicious, rich gravy made from veal stock. If you’re not a fan of veal then you can opt for the mushroom stock, which is equally as delicious.
Are you looking for the perfect burger? Well look no further… Pick up your Easirent hire car from our London Stansted Airport branch and head to Butchies, for a mind blowing burger. Specialising in delicious friend chicken, cooked in buttermilk and a plethora of toppings, diners will be stuck for choice over what sides to order.
Have you ever experienced true Scottish street food? Head to Deeney’s and you certainly won’t be disappointed. Deeney’s speciality, the Macbeth is a real crowd-pleaser and is a haggis burger with melted cheddar, sweet caramelised onions, hot mustard and rocket leaves. For veggies, the Lady Macbeth is equally as delicious and is made from vegetarian haggis.
Located in Schoolyard Market, Makatcha is a flavoursome street food stall that serves up beef, chicken and vegetables all marinated in their special Indonesian herbs and spices.
6. The Cheese Truck
Landing at London Stansted Airport on a weekend? Pick up your Easirent hire car from our Stansted branch and head to Maltby Street Market for one of the best toasted cheese sandwiches in the city. Hitting new heights with the range of fillings available, diners are hard pushed to pick a favourite combo from this street food vendor. Personally we like the goats cheese, honey and walnut sandwich.
7. Street Kitchen
Specialising in British classics, Street Kitchen serves up a classy range of bistro style dishes, which feature delicious grilled meat and vegetables, crispy chicken and crushed potatoes.