Feeling hungry? Throughout the summer months, Street Feast’s Dinerama pops up in Shoreditch, serving up seriously tasty street food from a dozen vendors and tempting tipples from five fantastic pop up bars. Open Thursday-Sunday from noon until late, this fashionable foodie spot is packed with deliciousness, whether you fancy Bajan-inspired, finger-lickingly good rotisserie chicken, a feast of tacos and tostados from modern Mexican cuisine masterminds or some divinely crispy duck covered in melted Ossau-Irraty cheese.

With music playing and a party atmosphere, Dinerama is another successful street food market from serial street food curators Street Feast. Grab your friends and head down for an afternoon and evening of excellent foodie fun. Make sure you’ve saved plenty of room...


With other street food success stories including Dalston Yard, Hawker House in Canada Water and Lewisham’s Model Market, London Street Food geniuses Street Feast know a thing or two about getting the best vendors in the business together and hosting a seriously fun market. Dinerama in Shoreditch is no exception, with the popular spot hosting a bumper list of tasty names over its two-storey site.

For a taste of Barbadian BBQ, the sweet and smoky SmokeStak has to be sampled. In fact, it’s blogger Jules of London The Inside ’s favourite street eat in the city:"SmokeStak's beef brisket sandwich is SO GOOD". Can’t say fairer than that! Dan Calledine of London Pop Ups also gives SmokeStak the thumbs up, rating their ribs as his favourite foodie treat, while listing purveyors of modern Mexican moreishness, Breddos Tacos , as another top tasty pop-up.

But the foodie goodness doesn’t stop there. Duck n Roll ’s decadent, crispy duck comes fresh from the hands of the team behind Michelin-starred Restaurant Club Gascon, while Baba G’s (also known as Bhangra Burger ) serves their legendary pachos (that’s poppadom nachos to you and me) alongside a plethora of incredible Indian-inspired burgers.

In need of something sweet for afters? Pop across to You Doughnut for small sticky spheres of dough filled with and covered in everything from salted caramel ice cream to devilishly dark chocolate.


Whether you’re searching for a morning’s entertainment before Dinerama opens its doors, or looking to continue your night after stocking up on something scrumptious, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Shoreditch close to its popular street food market.

London The Inside blogger Jules has the inside scoop on some hidden gems in the vicinity: "There's a hidden cocktail bar called Lounge Bohemia , just look for the door between the kebab shop and newsagents. There's also Hoxton Square nearby which is a great place to sit and eat your food in the sun".

If one market in one day isn’t enough for you, Shoreditch’s bustling Box Park is just around the corner, packed with pop up spaces, while Urban Food Fest also makes periodic appearances nearby over the summer months. For after-market drinking make your way to The Hoxton Pony for award-winning cocktails, visit The Book Club for arty drinks, events and music or stop by the Queen of Hoxton for rooftop drinks and a feel-good atmosphere. If you’re serious about keeping the party going, electronic music fans must visit the institution which is XOYO .

For a less hectic Shoreditch experience, there are plenty of alternatives to be discovered. The Comedy Cafe is an absolute hoot hosting some of the biggest names in comedy, while Rich Mix presents an eclectic and compelling programme of arts and culture, from theatre and dance to spoken word and film.

In need of some food for the mind before your street feast? Nearby Dennis Sever’s House is a fascinating time capsule which will take you back in history to 1724, while 19 Princelet Street tells the amazingly rich history and modern story of migration and refugees in the UK.

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