How a Michelin-Starred Chef Moved His Business to the Streets

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

Simone Spilka
  • 4 june 2015

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.

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