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Camden Market Street Food


Camden Markets are one of London’s most popular visitor attraction attracting around 100,000 people each weekend. One of the attractions of the market is the amazing range of Street food throughout the market, Camden is the Street food capital of London with a wide range of cuisines from around the world.


Dutch Pancakes, Al Turko Kebabs, Brazilian Churrasco & Wild Game BBQ, Sushi Roll and Kimbab and Bit Bourbon Steamed Burgers are just a small selection of what’s on offer. Other notable stalls include

Circus Bros

Spanish food, filled tortillas and Serrano ham.Two professional chefs from Spain who want to revolutionize the street food concept and catering.


Mama’s Jerk Station

Mama Jerk Station specialises in Caribbean Street food

Half Hitch Gin

The only micro distillery in Camden producing unique gin  flavoured with bergamot and tea from Malawi in East Africa.


Wild Hives Raw Honey

Wild Hives honeys offer you wide range of premium quality raw honeys sourced from small scale independent beekeepers across Europe.

Pierogi Company

Authentic Polish pierogi (dumplings) and kielbasa (sausage).


Banana Man

London’s finest Belgian chocolate dipped fruit

Brazilian Churros

Freshly made Churros filled with homemade ‘dulce de leche’ and chocolate fudge sauces.


Camden Octopus

The unique flavours of Spain? delicious fresh octopus and seafood.

If you would like further information, visit the Camden Market website here

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