5 Street Food Restaurants to eat at for £10 or less

Sometimes you want to eat out but not spend lots of £££. Perhaps you want a quick bite to eat but not wait over 30 minutes for your food to be cooked/delivered.

There are so many places to try, so here is my current 5 street food places to eat for £10 or less in two London markets.

If you end up going to these places – make sure to tag me on Instagram @eatingwithprecious.

Old Spitafields Market

  1. Dumpling Shack

This has become my favourite place in  Old Spitafields Market. The Shenjinbao dumplings have a nice crispy bottom and soft top. I always go for the Pork and Leek pan friend soup dumplings. They’re little balls of joy, packed with flavour.  £10.90. During the working week the Dumpling Shack have a special lunch menu – Spicy Dan Dan Beef Noodles below, are noodles with a spicy sauce, smacked cucumbers and Sichuan beef. £8.90 

     

If you go for the Lunch Menu you can have the Dan Dan beef noodles with any two dumplings or smacked cucumbers which ranges from £13-£15.50.  There is also a vegan lunch meal deal for £9.00 

Rating: 5/5

2. Berber and Q

Great for Middle Eastern food -think flatbreads with lamb or shawarma. I opted for the Lamb Hummus Bowl £10.00 with pickles, hummus, tomatoes. 

 

Rating: 4/5

3. Yum Bun

Yum Bun for soft steamed buns. They’re reasonably priced at £4.00 each or 2 for £7.50. Pictured – Slow roasted pork belly with cucumber, spring onion and hoi sin sauce and the fried chicken with a secret special sauce, lettuce and chilli pickles. 

Rating: 4/5

Boxpark Wembley – Opened in December 2018

  1. Drums and Flats (Great Chicken Wings)

 

 

Having stalked this place  for a long time after being tagged in a picture on Instagram by a friend. Finally I visited them in Wembley. Pictured – Sticky BBQ wings. £7.00. 

Rating 5/5

2. Ugly Dumpling

 

I have been wanting to visit Ugly Dumpling restaurant so it is great there is a pop up at box park in Wembley. 

Pictured – Prawn and Chive Dumplings £6.00 make sure you grab some  of the sauces to pack in more flavour. 

Rating: 3/5

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