Boat’s A-Z of London Street Food

Included as an insert in Boat magazine’s latest issue devoted to all things London, we came across this A-Z of London Street Food leaflet, designed by Kate Hyde…

Included as an insert in Boat magazine’s latest issue devoted to all things London, we came across this A-Z of London Street Food leaflet, designed by Kate Hyde

Once unfolded, one side of the folded A3, four colour risograph leaflet has illustrations of various street food vendors and their vans, carts and stalls, all placed to hint at their location in London.

Flip the leaflet over to find info compiled by Christine Gilland about 26 different street food vendors, one for each letter of the alphabet, from Anna Mae’s (which serves a pulled pork sandwich called The Notorious P.I.G.) through to Yum Bun which serves stuffed rice buns, broths and soups at Broadway Market and also at Eat.St in Kings Cross.

Also listed are a host of London’s best foodie markets from Battersea Food Market through to Whitecross Food Market – a very handy resource!

This is one magazine insert that is destined to live in this food lover’s jacket pocket for many a month. To bag a copy, pick up a copy of Boat’s new London issue:

Alternatively you can order a copy of the A3 folded leaflet from Boat’s Big Cartel shop at £2 a pop.


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