Who needs a sit-down lunch when you’re on the go?
London is blessed with an emergent street food culture, which is a great option when touring the town. Bites from around the world are parked in many neighborhoods, offering worldly fare to world-weary travelers.
Looking for an Argentinian grill? Try Buen Ayre on Broadway Market.
From sirloin to pork sausage, sweetbreads to black pudding, the generous portions are matched with an equally-generous wine list.
Looking for a burrito to keep you company on your walk? Luardos offers Mexican street food at Kings Cross and Brockley Market. Fresh salsas and slow-cooked meats combine for simple yet delightful wraps that are perfectly portable. Make sure to try their popular chicken burrito with guacamole and chorizo for a real treat.
Street Kitchen (with locations in Devonshire Square, Finsbury Avenue Square and Battersea) will satisfy your need for local cuisine. Dishes such as grass-fed burgers grace their menu, and their Bistro Boxes with options of hot smoked salmon, soft poached eggs, or braised chicken will leave you satisfied and ready to get on with your day of London sightseeing.