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We’ve teamed up once again with Street Feast, the organisers of London’s greatest street food markets, to curate our biggest food line-up yet.

Anna Mae's

Anna Mae's

Anna and Tony have only one rule when creating their legendary vats of golden Mac: use loads of cheese and if in doubt, add more. Steaming hot bowls of classic mac n cheese loaded with crispy toppings and sauces – the ULTIMATE food to re-fuel you for a day of dancing.

Baked In Brick

Baked In Brick

Dig into brilliant barbecue from Baked in Brick – winners of the 2016 British Street Food Awards. Expect smoky barbecued meat and delicious wood-fired pizzas, all cooked on the bonnet of a 1964 Mini Cooper.

Luardos

Luardos

Look out for Luardos for a modern Mexican menu of burritos, tacos and quesadillas. Start your day properly with their Breakfast Burrito – a 12-inch tortilla stuffed with melty Monterey Jack cheese, rice, black beans, chorizo, fried egg, rancheros sauce, coriander, Pico de Gallo, guacamole and sour cream. EPIC.

Love Churros

Love Churros

Owner Jake once played Football for England before swapping his boots for deep-fried dough. Now him and his partner Rosie serve London’s greatest handmade churros with Belgian chocolate dipping sauce to crowds of adoring fans. Football’s loss is street food’s gain.

Babek Brothers

Babek Brothers

Elliot and Sam had a dream to totally revamp kebabs – and their epic menu has nailed it. Expect fluffy bread crammed full of lamb kofta or spiced chicken breast, perfectly paired with loaded halloumi fries.

Bad Brownie

Bad Brownie

These brownies have (L)attitude. Gooey, fudgy brownies with delicious fillings including salted caramel, peanut butter, triple chocolate, bacon and maple syrup and lots more. Warning: they’re DELICIOUS.

Bangwok

Bangwok

Bringing the buzz, freshness and flavour of Bangkok’s street food scene to Suffolk, expect a fiery show and perfect pad thai from chef Dong. Look out for the colourful tuk tuk serving some of the best pad thai in Latitude town.

Baz & Fred

Baz & Fred

Baz and Fred’s pizzas are made using the best ingredients, sourced by the boys straight from Italy or locally. Their dough proves for 36 hours before it’s spun into a base, covered in Italian tomato sauce, and cooked in an UFO-style oven that was invented by Baz’s godfather. The outcome: a crispy base, fluffy crust with massive flavour.

Biff's Jack Shack

Biff's Jack Shack

Vegans deserve junk food too – and Biff’s Jack Shack serves some of the filthiest. Load up on crispy fried jackfruit burgers and wings for a guilt-free hangover fix. It may have been in a deep fryer, but it’s still one of your five a day.

Bittenclub

Bittenclub

Combining the vibrant, zingy flavours of Vietnam with the traditional, gutsy origins of classic French ingredients, you can chow down a bánh mì filled with duck, chicken, or crunch raw veg – each coated in tastebud-tingling homemade sauce and fresh herbs.

Born & Raised

Born & Raised

Born & Raised serve up delicious pizzas cooked in a converted Land Rover. Their wood-fired wonders bring quality ingredients to the fore with creative combos like Cobble Lane pig heart pepperoni and beetroot dough.

Burger & Beyond

Burger & Beyond

Just look at THAT burger. Go on, look. Stare at that perfectly browned bun, the crispy bacon, the glistening tender beef. We dare you not to want to plunge your fangs into one of these come festival weekend. You’ll just have to decide if you want yours cheesy, or super cheesy.

Chai Thali

Chai Thali

Some of London’s best Indian street food. Go sharesies on Chai Thali’s staple southern Indian plates: authentic veggie or lamb curry with daal, rice, warm bread, raita, salad and mini papad.

Club Mexicana

Club Mexicana

Meat-free and magnificent, Club Mexicana’s tacos, nachos and burritos are championing some truly underrated ingredients. They’re 100% vegan and 100% delicious.

 

Cocoa Caravan

Cocoa Caravan

Look out for a vintage Sprite Cadet about 8ft long and 6ft wide. Because it’s serving steaming hot cups of joe on repeat – plus luxe hot chocolates and homemade cakes to conquer the deepest of teatime cravings.

Coffee Full Stop

Coffee Full Stop

Your regular morning dose of rocket fuel becomes extra-paramount two days deep into a festival. Glug down a latte from Coffee Full Stop, then treat yo self with an ice cream or brownie.

Dosa Deli

Dosa Deli

Look out for Dosa Deli for fantastic Indian-inspired pancakes with vibrant veggie fillings. We love the Chilli Cheese Wrap – a stuffed dosa with spiced paneer cheese, tomato and roasted channa dhal chutney, fresh red onion and tamarind apple and date chutney, served with a side of Bombay bhel salad.

Doughnuts Pancakes Milkshakes

Doughnuts Pancakes Milkshakes

Three sweet treats. Look out for the glowing DOUGHNUTS PANCAKES MILKSHAKE sign for a delicious dessert stop. Expect creamy Oreo shakes, pancakes smothered in Nutella and fluffy homemade doughnuts.

Duck Truck

Duck Truck

Crispy duck wraps with sticky sauce, The rules are simple: choose your base, add crispy duck, top with Asian veg, smother with hoisin or chilli sauce. Duck in, tuck in.

Red's True BBQ

Red's True BBQ

Like a lightning bolt from the heavens it dawned on Red. The people of this island knew nothing of True Barbecue. Of prime cuts, smoked low n’ slow, infused with flavour, dripping with taste. The people were ignorant of glazes and rubs so mouth-wateringly glorious that they made angels weep with joy. They had been cursed with a plague of bad sausage, bog-standard burger and rodent-sized ribs. Red knew that the people must be saved. He swore that no rib, sausage, breast nor burger would be cremated in his name. The people of Britain must be led to the light by a true saviour. At Red’s we celebrate the regional differences of American barbecue. From the Carolinas in the North to the southern outposts of Texas, Red’s serves up authentic festival trays of smoked meats and free table sauces for you, the faithful flock.

So come forth believers. Red awaits.

Flank

Flank

Their Spitalfields Market HQ usually rustles up prime cuts of meat, tender patties with cheese trickling down the bun, fried chicken burgers that the Colonel would queue up for. Now, they’ve come up with a special festival menu, including rolled beef fat naans, topped with smoky sambal and fresh, herby chimichurri. You lucky people.

Fundi

Fundi

Fundi Pizza’s custom-built wood-fired pizza ovens bake some of the most glorious pizzas around. Expect a chewy crust, a perfectly crisp base and terrific toppings. We love their Ricotta and Pecorino Biano Special with cherry tomatoes, garlic and basil oil. Ooft.

GOAT

GOAT

James Cochran, the champion of the BBC’s Great British Menu 2018, is the master of goat in London. Now he’s bringing his street food spin on this most underrated of meats to Henham Park. Bring your wet wipes.

Greek Expectations

Greek Expectations

A Cypriot street food feast, including chicken stifado wraps; pork souvlaki; loukanika pan-grilled village sausages; and a mixed veggie mezze box containing sweet potato falafel, halloumi, marinated olives, and harissa hummus with Greek salad.

Growlers

Growlers

Growlers are on a mission to make the most drool-inducing Portuguese street snacks in the capital. Their signature move is the Prego, a traditional Portuguese dish invented by butchers who would smash leftover beef with a hammer, cook it in some garlic ’n’ butter and chuck it into a crusty bread roll. 0% fancy, 100% delicious.

Guerrilla Kitchen

Guerrilla Kitchen

Culinary freedom fighters the Guerrilla Kitchen have been seizing vacant lots and festivals across the country, forcing hungry patrons to stuff their mouths with delicious Asian food. Expect fluffy, perfectly steamed baos filled with pork belly, sticky beef, or halloumi for veggies.

Hanoi Kitchen

Hanoi Kitchen

The street food stalls of Vietnam have been scoured. The finest recipes have been found. The perfect balance between hot, spicy, fresh and fragrant has been struck. Try their signature bún pots: vermicelli noodles with pickled carrots, peanuts, lettuce and crispy shallots, served with eight-hour braised beef brisket – or tofu for veggie Viet taste buds.

Happy Maki

Happy Maki

Giant, vegan sushi burritos, packed with ginger, wasabi and seaweed flavour grenades. For every wrap sold, they donate money to Mary’s Meals for children in hunger, and Eden reforestation projects. No wonder their maki is happy.

Hard Lines

Hard Lines

A roastery and coffee shop based in Cardiff, Hard Lines select the best beans sourced sustainably. Sip down your java knowing that it’s a goodun, from bean to cup.

Hedgerow Cordials

Hedgerow Cordials

Delicious, seasonal cordials and cocktails, handmade from foraged and locally sourced ingredients. Perfect for a fresh, belly-cooling evening tipple.

HENhaus

HENhaus

HENhaus’s juicy rotisserie chicken, chips and lashings of meaty gravy will keep you craving for more of their lip smackin’ goodness until it’s tents-away time.

Kalimera

Kalimera

Gourmet Greek food at its finest: seasonal and lip-smacking good, cooked with extra virgin olive oil sourced from St John Theologos village in Laconia. Tuck into a chicken, lamb or veggie halloumi souvlaki – all smothered in tzatziki and hummus, wrapped in warm pita.

Kebab Cartel

Kebab Cartel

Regular cartels? Nope, not for us. Kebab cartel, however? Yes please! Go for the chicken shawarma or veggie falafel kebab: both served with sliced red and white cabbage, onion, cucumber, sweet green jumbo pepper, just a squeeze of lemon juice, homemade tahini, and a dollop of secret sauce. Get ready for one red, fiery tongue.

Kolkati

Kolkati

After five months of adventuring around India, Kate de Lord and Jack Hogarth decided that the ultimate street food dish is the Kati Roll. So, they brought it here, stuffing theirs with beautifully seasoned masala chicken and veggie paneer.

KraPow

KraPow

Inspired by the unmissable street food of northern Thailand, pals Paul and Rich are bringing their spin on the region’s punchy, succulent flavours to Henham Park after causing a storm at the pair’s bricks and mortar spot in Clapton. Expect fiery Thai soul food like Gai Yang (lemongrass and chilli BBQ chicken) and Gai Tod (crispy Thai fried chicken).

Laffa

Laffa

For a fresh and healthy festival feast, say hello to Laffa. Their menu is inspired by the sunny shores of the Eastern Mediterranean – tuck into the trio of fluffy pittas (Lamb Kofta, Jerusalem Spiced Chicken or Grilled Goats Cheese and Aubergine), or go vegan with the Aubergine Hummus Bowl served with crispy corn chips. Don’t forget to grab a side of Halloumi Fries – they’re epic.

Lickalix

Lickalix

Cool down in the Latitude sunshine with a Lickalix. Their natural ice lollies are packed with fresh organic fruit – indulge with a fruity festival boost and taste the summer.

Little Espresso Co

Little Espresso Co

Saturday morning pick-up? Choose from organic loose leaf tea, real hot chocolate, chai, or steaming hot cup of joe, sourced from local artisan roasters to fuel your day. Then, grab a freshly baked pastry, cake, or locally sourced bowl of porridge for your festival breakfast. Hey, you deserve it buddy!

Los Churros Amigos

Los Churros Amigos

We all love those sweet, sweet fried sticks of dough. The Amigos have long sated the British sweet tooth with theirs: freshly made with organic flour and vegan ingredients, served with thick melted Belgian chocolate sauce.

Makatcha

Makatcha

Indonesian barbecue cooked over charcoal for maximum smoky. Stop here for lemongrass chicken, vegan curries, satay wings with fiery Asian sauces, and slow-cooked specialty curries. Rendangs? Thank you man!

Naania

Naania

Now THAT is one serious naan. Crispy bacon packed tight with cream cheese, drowned in man-that’s-good tomato chutney. Going veggie? Try one with grilled aubergine, crisp onion bhaji, cucumber and mint salad with mango chutney. All served in a fresh, pillowy flatbread.

NotSo

NotSo

West meets east at this Japanese street food feast. Look out for vegan pumpkin katsu curry, wagyu burger served with loaded fries, pickled radish maki roll, and vegan chick’n noodles in house yaki sauce with edamame and Asian cress.

Northfield Farm

Northfield Farm

Handmade beef burgers, grilled to perfection. Drool-inducing lamb merguez sausages, sizzled to your hungry heart’s content. Steak sarnies and dry-cured bacon, begging for a spot on your plate. Welcome to meaty heaven on Earth – at Latitude.

Oatopia

Oatopia

Welcome to a travelling oat utopia: porridge and artisan flapjacks for a nutritious, delicious breakfast or hangover pick-me-up. Oat-ernatives include bircher muesli, smoothies, energy bombs, toasted bagels and vegan burgers – sugar-free, gluten-free, wheat-free, taste-packed options.

Only Jerkin'

Only Jerkin'

A carnival of Caribbean flavours, try their signature dish: fried jerk chicken nugget in ginger beer batter. All chicken is marinated for 48 hours and triple dipped in seasoned flour for serious taste and crunch.

Original Patty Men

Original Patty Men

They call themselves patty pimps and purveyors of filth. We call them esteemed providers of mighty fine burgers. Look out for the Cheezy-E: aged longhorn beef with American cheese, lettuce, thick cut pickle and Boss Man sauce. Vegans, try the Po Money, Po Mushroom: New Orleans-style breaded mushrooms with pickle cajun spices and Louisiana hot sauce.

Paellaria

Paellaria

Swing by Paellaria for a taste of Spanish sunshine. Their paella plates are cooked fresh to order with Spanish-sourced ingredients – try the Paella de Pollo with juicy chicken and chorizo or the AWESOME vegan paella with chickpeas and butternut squash.

Panache

Panache

Super smooth, irresistible ice cream creations – here to cool your sun-baked self down and treat your tastebuds. Pick from cherry and dark chocolate, bourbon caramel, cookies and cream, gingerbread or – for the hardcore – espresso martini flavour.

Peckish Peacock

Peckish Peacock

Hearty, veggie south Asian goodness serving chickpea and spinach curry – have yours with cumin rice or stuffed into a roti wrap. Then there are the pakora snack boxes – Indian fritters dipped in belly-tingling spices. Wash it all down with a mango and almond milk lassi, made for the warm festival afternoons.

Persian Kitchen

Persian Kitchen

Recreating the scents that drift through the bazaars of the Middle East – and its saliva-inducing kebabs – Persian Kitchen’s menu includes joojeh kabob (chicken marinated in lemon, yoghurt, onion and saffron), lamb kofta, and vegetarian lighvan cheese in flatbread.

Petare

Petare

Order Petare’s trinity of arepas plus their yuca frita (cassava chips) for a proper Venezuelan street food experience. We love the arepa El Pabellon – braised beef brisket, black beans, fried plantain, cheddar, spicy avocado and coriander salsa.

Pizza Peddlers

Pizza Peddlers

Look out for a vintage van hurling out hand-stretched, wood-fired pizzas, left, right and centre – it’s the Pizza Peddlers. Carnivores, we recommend their take on the ‘Nduja, with parmesan, fior di latte, spicy sausage and basil. Vegans, try their dairy-free cheese pizza topped with fire-roasted Mediterranean veg and garlic oil.

Popdogs

Popdogs

If you think you know hot dogs, think again. Popdogs are bringing their mighty menu of juicy dogs in fresh fluffy buns to Latitude – try Clinton’s Lovechild with a pork oak smoked sausage infused with chorizo, served with caramelised onions, sauerkraut, ketchup and mustard, or take on the Dirty Dog with home-made chilli and melty cheese.

Raclette Brothers

Raclette Brothers

There’s never a bad time for cheese. But thanks to these traditional Alpine street food slingers, expect your slice of the hot, golden stuff draped over garlic fried potatoes, or melting over tender beef bourguignon.

Rainbo

Rainbo

Specialising in fresh, homemade gyoza dumplings, katsu dishes and Asian small plates, Rainbo serves some of the most delicious – and nutritious – Japanese street food this side of Tokyo.

Salt Shed

Salt Shed

Lawrence and Francis AKA Salt Shed, are bringing their salted beef back to the sunny fields of Suffolk. Dig into their juicy salt beef steaks, or their New York Smoked Pastrami Bun with 12-hour smoked and steamed Beef Brisket, creamy slaw, sweet dill pickles and dry toasted bun.

Slingin' Po Boys

Slingin' Po Boys

The original New Orleans po’ boy sandwich is coming to Suffolk. Try their signature Surf n’ Turf po’ boy – with lip-smacking habanero chilli jam – for maximum Big Easy flavour.

Smokestak

Smokestak

The Shoreditch grillhouse is on the move, rolling into Latitude this year, serving up melt-in-the-mouth brisket, spare ribs and pulled pork sandwiches – marinated in spice rubs for your tasty pleasure. Now to find an ice cold beer to wash it down.

Taste Tibet

Taste Tibet

Born and brought up in rural Tibet, Yeshi Jampa learned to cook nomadic food outdoors at a young age. That might explain why his vegan curries consistently contain a stampede of Himalayan flavours. Any trip to his stall cannot go without a box of momo dumplings: vegan, beef or cheesy, they’re a must.

The Brook

The Brook

Ready yourself for a vegan feast. Think black bean chilli tacos, dairy-free mac & cheese, slow-cooked jackfruit rendang and more seasonal goodness from an ever changing, international tapas menu that won’t ever guilty your conscience.

The Cheese Wheel

The Cheese Wheel

If hand-rolled pasta with cream of tomato, fresh parsley, garlic and chilli doesn’t sound glorious enough, imagine it dunked in a huge wheel of cheese, tossed until coated in a cheesy sauce and served hot and fresh. Did we mention the cheese?

The Cooking Cooks

The Cooking Cooks

The freshest, homemade pasta this side of Italy – so much so that The Cooking Cooks supply theirs around the country. Their pork ragu with fresh pappardelle is a delight for carnivores, while veggies will be licking their lips with their linguine cherry tomato or ravioli packed full with three cheeses.

The English Indian

The English Indian

Fish and chips? Chicken and chips? Yeah, we hear you veggies – halloumi and chips? Prepare for your favourite British fast food to be served with an Indian twist: homemade mint ‘n’ chilli mushy peas with fiery madras chip shop curry sauce.

The Frying Squad

The Frying Squad

Battered cod line-caught from Icelandic waters, hot golden cuts of Maris Piper potatoes. It can only be some mighty festival fish and chips! Non-fish fans are catered for with chicken nuggets, veggie burgers and battered halloumi.

The Mixing Jug

The Mixing Jug

Their mission? To bring you the best tasting sustainable drinks whatever time of day it is. Fancy a fresh, organic, berry smoothie for breakfast? A wake-up coffee shot? A toasty hot chocolate before bed? They’ll be there to blend or brew whenever you’re ready.

The Real Coffee Company

The Real Coffee Company

They don’t just serve a mean, caffeinated cup of the good stuff. Just look at their fresh, homemade cupcakes. Yum, yum, yum.

The Waffle Float

The Waffle Float

Meet Winnie. A restored milk float, she now serves hot, perfectly golden Liege Belgian waffles with drool-inducing dollops of ice cream melting on top. A clever girl, our Winnie.

Toasty Badger

Toasty Badger

No badgers served here, mercifully. Just delicious – and definitely veggie – sourdough cheese toasties served with moreish dobbles of delicious chutney. If you’re in luck, there’ll be serving the Superfood: slow-cooked red peppers and red onions, with spinach and black olive lemon puree.

Truffle

Truffle

Beef and smoked bacon burger with fig jam, truffle mayo, crispy onion and raclette. Hanger steak with truffle mash. Cheesy chips with truffle gravy. Wild mushroom arancini with cheese and truffle sauce for double the fungus points. Spot the common theme? Truffle. Truffle. And more truffle.

Tucka Burger

Tucka Burger

Andy and Lachy became best mates in Australia. When they both moved to London, they tried a different burger every weekend until deciding to quit their day jobs and give it a go themselves. Stop by their spot for dry-aged patties and artisanal buns, inspired by classic American and Aussie burgers with a dirty, sauce-slathered twist.

Up In My Grill

Up In My Grill

Yorkshire beef grilled over charcoal and Kent wood – cooked with the flavours of Buenos Aires in mind. Expect tender skirt steak, hand-cut chips and zingy chimichurri sauce. The best England-Argentina clash since France 98.

Urban Falafel

Urban Falafel

Serving Lebanese vegan and gluten-free falafel wraps, chow down some deep-fried chickpea balls with extra hummus and fresh pickles for a lighter, healthier festival treat.

Vegeteria

Vegeteria

Fresh Mediterranean food, packed with veggie and vegan goodness. From Greek salad pitas to meze plates and organic falafel served with homemade tahini and chilli sauces – it’s fast food, done healthily.

Whitby Fish & Chips

Whitby Fish & Chips

Whitby: the seaside setting of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, precious jet, and arguably Britain’s finest chippies. Luckily for you, they’re rolling into Latitude, flinging you the freshest cod and hottest chips for quick devouring.

Woody's Pizza

Woody's Pizza

Freshly baked, Neapolitan wood-fired pizzas. Their ingredients are seasonal, their wood is sustainable and their pizzas are sensational. Go sharesies on Woody’s Green Pizza with foraged wild garlic pesto, crispy kale, courgette and mozzarella, or even better – eat one all to yourself.

Yum Bun

Yum Bun

Known as ‘Gua Bao’ in their native Taiwan, these folded buns are steamed until they’re hot, light and extra-fluffy. Stuff them with cod, slow-roasted pork belly or, for vegan taste buds, crispy aromatic tofu with chilli pickles.

Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

Brixton-based, Accra-inspired Zoe serves some of the best West African food in London. Treat yourself to a fried chicken stew served with jollof rice, or a red vegan bean stew served with tempura okra fries.