Since then, more off-grid events have emerged. Pop-ups in warehouses, disused factories, on roofs and even in people’s front rooms. The street food revolution took grip of London and spread throughout the nation. And now it’s everywhere.
These days, cities look to street food to develop their night time economy, kick start entrepreneurship and create a tourist destination. Street food revitalises city centres. It rejuvenates out-of-favour markets. It brings people together. That’s why we love it.
Types of Street Food
There is no limit to the types of food you can sell as a street food trader. The crucial thing to remember however, is that it must be made from high quality ingredients. Customers will be willing to pay higher prices than they would in a fast food restaurant if they know what they’re getting is more than worth the cost.
Popular types of Street Food