The British Street Food Awards

I attended the British Street Food Awards a few weeks ago – you might have seen my previous post about winning tickets here!

The British Street Food Festival 2015: The RoaderyThe British Street Food Festival 2015: O2 Millennium Dome13 of the best street food traders in the UK gathered at the O2 over the weekend of the 4th of December to compete.

The British Street Food Festival 2015: The Fish HutThe British Street Food Festival 2015: CiderThe British Street Food Festival 2015: The Cheeky Indian

It was mildly chilly out, but there was plenty to keep us warm in terms of mulled wine and delicious food!

The British Street Food Festival 2015The British Street Food Festival 2015: Chillies

There was so much fantastic food on offer, but here are a few of my personal winners:

Sub Cult, Rodeo Sub

The British Street Food Festival 2015: Sub Cult, Rodeo Sub: Hung Beef, Shallot Marmalade, Truffle MayonnaiseThis sub was amazingly good – 28-day hung beef, provolone cheese, pickles, spinach and black truffle mayo in a delicious brioche bun. All of the subs from Sub Cult looked delicious, and this was a definitely favourite.

The Cheeky Italian, Poutine

The British Street Food Festival 2015: The Cheeky Italian Poutine

I mean, just look at that poutine. For those of you not familiar with poutine, it’s a Canadian dish (originally from Quebec) of fries, cheese curds and gravy. The Cheeky Italian version was served with beef shin, and is practically a work of art. Delicious.

The British Street Food Festival 2015: The Cheeky Italian Poutine

The Crema Caravan, Creme Brulee

The British Street Food Festival 2015: Crema Caravan Creme Brulee

The Crema Caravan serve perfect creme brulees from their adorable food truck, and is without a doubt the cutest food vendor at the event. They make Crema Catalana burnt to order, too!

Disappointing Eats:

As a massive fan of pigs ears, I was so excited to try Angus and Mitchell’s pig tail, which was served with a slice of pickled apple. I don’t know whether it was my portion, but I found it to be really gristly and fatty, which was disappointing as I was looking forward to it – that might just be my personal taste, though.

The British Street Food Festival 2015: Angus and Mitchell Pig Tail

It was such a great event – getting all of the best British street food traders in one place – what could be better?

You can find out more about the official winners here! What’s your favourite kind of street food?

The British Street Food Festival 2015: The Cheeky Italian Sweet Potato Fries

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  • This looks like my kind of event! The food looks so good!

  • Ooh delicious. I love street food and my favourite is Thai and Indian simply delicious.

    • Thanks Ana! There was surprisingly not any Thai food at the street food awards, but the Indian there was delicious! xxx

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