Streatham truly does host one of the most diverse food cultures in London, without straining your wallet and, at the food festival, the price is twice as nice.
Celebrate the brilliant food and drink offer … This year’s event is going to be really exciting and we can’t wait…Pick up a copy at Streatham Tate Library
An indecisive eater’s dream which allows you to stop off in as many of the 40ish participating restaurants you can manage
I did my bit, collecting plenty of stamps over the week-long festival and heading on a big food crawl with friends on the final day. I sampled a vegan chickpea curry from Tribe, nachos and tacos from El Chico’s, jerk chicken at the White Lion and Waffle Genie’s Oreo extravaganza!
Taster dishes at over 40 of Streatham’s finest eateries, plus enjoy some tasty treatson Streatham Green
“showcasing the incredible range of global food on offer in Streatham.”
Tasty treats on offer including open air markets and cookery classes.
A fun day on Streatham Green with lots of foodie fun to be had – live music providing the perfect soundtrack to your day as well as face painting, family activities and cooking demonstrations.
Belly full, I stumbled towards the heart of Streatham where skewered charred prawns and scallops lured me through the window of traditional Portuguese family-owned restaurant La Casita. The tour is a chance to taste authentic food thoughtfully prepared from all corners of the world and is a tale of how businesses have adapted in recent years.
Streatham’s cuisine scene has never looked so appetising. The perfect excuse to jump on a bus bound for SW16