How a Michelin-Starred Chef Moved His Business to the Streets
Smokestak sets up shop at London’s thriving community cornerstone for food, music and culture
When it comes to street food, London has raised the traditional standards of quick, outdoor dining. Eating street food doesn’t equate to ‘on-the-go’ or lesser quality; in fact, the act of browsing through a selection of vendors before selecting a point of interest— or multiple points of interests—is a favorite local pastime.
Street food, specifically in London, is more of a meeting point than anything. Pop-up style events, festivals and street trucks offer more than just food, acting as a hub for retailers to design experiences alongside product offerings.