Friday, 13 September 2013

Tweat Up's Street Food Europe Weekend at Dalston Yard

Street Feast may be coming to an end for the summer - the weekend of Fri 13th & Sat 14th September is the last one - but don't despair because Tweat Up are hosting an amazing-sounding event at the same place on the final weekend of September (Sat & Sun).

"Join us at #DalstonYard on Sat/Sun 28/29 September for #StreetFoodEurope - the biggest international street food festival London has ever seen.
British Street Food founder Richard Johnson has invited his favourite street food traders from Europe’s biggest cities to show us Londoners what we’re missing.
Richard's giving the cream of European street food a chance to prove they're Best of the Best and we're throwing a huge Tweat Up - voting cards at the ready - to help us find our favourites. Add crateloads of craft beer, a hawker or two, a dash of northern soul, giant festival-sized cocktails and a healthy dose of #vibes, and you've got a recipe for the best weekend anywhere anytime. 
We guarantee you won't have tasted any of these European imports before without having left these fair isles. We've got tacos from Stockholm, milkshakes from Paris, kässpatzen from Berlin, croque-monsieur from Brussels, low country soups from Amsterdam plus all your favourite dishes from some of the best-known street food traders in London. And loads more."

When - Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th September
Saturday - 2 sessions - 12 noon - 6pm & 6pm - 11.55pm
Sunday - 1 session - 12 noon - 6pm

Where - Thames House Carpark, Hartwell Street, E8 3DU

Tickets - £6 (earlybird) from here


Link 1 - Ticket page

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1 comment:

  1. Bought online tickets for 6pm-11.55pm Saturday.
    Ticket comes with a free lager and Aperol Spitz. Got there at 9pm. No more lager.

    Went to find food. Most stalls closed. By 10pm almost all were closed. I managed to get and Indian food stall to give me the last of their cheese.

    "The biggest international street food festival London has ever seen." - that would surprise me.