Market Halls

Street Food in Victoria

Market Halls is a fantastic place for excellent street food in Victoria. Housed in the old Pacha nightclub space, it spans over three storey’s including a rooftop bar.

street food in victoria

It has 11 food traders, 3 bars and a coffee shop and is open from 7am – 11pm during the week and 9am-11pm on the weekend. It is conveniently located right by Victoria Station and, with tons of choice, there is something for everyone!

street food in victoria

Food Traders

We have eaten at four of the street food kitchens in Market Halls. First up, Gopals Corner (who are from the same amazing Roti King) offer their Malaysian Tamil menu which includes their famous flaky, buttery rotis, dosas and curries. We tucked into their Mutton Kari with 2 pieces of roti (£7.95). Oh my – those rotis are so soft and flaky and just melt in your mouth! Dip them into that curry and enjoy. For under £8, this will leave you full and satisfied.

street food in victoria

Super Tacos are from the duo behind Breddos Tacos focusing on charcoal cooking. They have a Tijuana special of ‘Tacos Abobada’ with spit roast pork served with salsa verde and crispy pork skin, Carne Asada (BBQ steak) and Pollo Asado Al Carbon (whole, half or quarter charcoal chicken served with salsa in a DIY taco format). 3 are £9.5.

street food in victoria

Baozilnn are taking over London with new venues popping up all of the time. The menu focuses on regional Northern Chinese cuisine with Sichuan and Hunan influences. The dumplings and baozi are must orders as well as the Dan Dan Noodles.

street food in victoria

Flank focuses on meat cooked low and slow or seared over a fire. Using some of the best produce available from Swaledalein North Yorkshire, and producers from Sussex. The meat is juicy and tender and packed with flavours and filling.

street food in victoria

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