Street Food in London
Set in the gardens of a large West London pub comes the winter takeover of The Prince offering amazing street food in London! Entering the pub garden leads you to a deceptively large wonderland of neon lighting, greenery, ample seating, a long bar and several eateries to choose from. It is the perfect spot for a casual catch up with friends over a choice of dishes.
We had the Jamaican mule (£8.50) and G&T (£7.50) – both came quickly with no frills. They were decent cocktails under a tenner – thumbs up. There are also a range of house botanical gins to choose from as well as some classic cocktails.
FOOD – Edu, Foleys, Patty & Bun and Coqfighter
We tried newcomers Edu and our tried and trusted faves at Foleys. The Edu Ta-cod tcos (£7.90) were fresh and crispy with great textures. Their tapas/sides of wild mushroom croquettes (£5) and halloumi fries (£4.50) were perfectly battered and chunky, very satisfying to eat.
Foley’s baos were the next thing we made a beeline for. The aubergine bao (£5 or 2 for£8, 3 for £11) with crispy sesame aubergine, soy caramel, sriracha mayo, salad and toasted sesame seeds was a delight of textures and the bao is fluffy and melt in your mouth. They also had a delightfully fresh fried fish bao with tartar sauce, achara and salad. We paired this with a side of their sweet potato fries (£4.50). These were coated with miso mayo and chives and are some of the best we have had!
The Prince offers amazing street food in London with an impressive foliage filled lively space to socialise and eat! We loved the range of dishes and vendors to choose from and the atmosphere has a real buzz, not to mention some insta worthy decor. The venue is totally covered so has an indoor/outdoor vibe – perfect for gathering on cold winter evenings!
East London Girl: The Prince
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