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STREET FOOD VENDORS KERB EXPAND INTO SPORTS VENUES WITH LEVY PARTNERSHIP

Levy, a company which provides catering to conferences and sports venues/events including the Championships at Wimbledon, has partnered with street food vendors KERB. Levy is the sports, leisure and hospitality arm of Compass Group UK and Ireland. It is a catering partner of the O2 Arena, SSE Wembley, ExCeL London, Chelsea FC and many others....

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RIP Dinerama: the east London street-food hangout closes for good

https://www.timeout.com/london/news/rip-dinerama-the-east-london-street-food-hangout-closes-for-good-100220 After five years of bao buns, smoked meats and fusion tacos, east London street-food mecca Dinerama is set to close for good this weekend. The two-level hangout in a former truck yard at the foot of Great Eastern Street has been home to resident street-food traders, weekly DJ sets and plenty of parties over the years,...

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Helensburgh man’s street food business plans hit a snag

https://www.helensburghadvertiser.co.uk/news/18763312.helensburgh-mans-dumbarton-street-food-plans-hit-snag/ A HELENSBURGH businessman’s plans to open up an indoor street food market have run into opposition from people living near the site. James Steel has submitted plans seeking permission for a “change of use” for one of the units at Gavinburn Business Park, on Dumbarton Road in Old Kilpatrick. Mr Steel is proposing a...

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Asda Bedminster opens new Asian ‘street food’ stall

https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/asda-bedminster-opens-new-asian-4509361so With its red and gold fringed lanterns and woks full of steaming noodles, it wouldn’t look out of place in London’s bustling Chinatown. In fact, this new Asian ‘street food’ stall is in a much more unlikely location – AsdaBedminster. The Bristol supermarket opened the Bam Tuk kiosk this week, filling the store with tempting...

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Manchester Food and Drink Festival reveals street food line up at this year’s socially-distanced event

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on/food-drink-news/mfdf-street-food-traders-2020-18847132 Manchester Food and Drink Festival reveals street food line up at this year’s socially-distanced event

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Historic Soho street food market ‘could be gone within months’, as council hikes rents

https://www.mylondon.news/news/zone-1-news/historic-soho-street-food-market-18810676 Street food traders at Berwick Street Market in Soho have been dismayed by Westminster Council’s decision to increase their rent by 20 per cent, and backdate it for three months. The traders are among the thousands of businesses in the West End, large and small, that have been harshly affected by the coronavirus pandemic....

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Tenby’s street food festival won’t be served up this year

https://www.tenby-today.co.uk/article.cfm?id=129289&headline=Tenby%E2%80%99s%20street%20food%20festival%20won%E2%80%99t%20be%20served%20up%20this%20year&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2020 The organisers of a popular street food festival that has been held alongside Tenby’s South Beach for the past three years, have conceded that this year’s planned event will now not take place. The Street Food Warehouse Team had hoped to stage the three-day event which invites a variety of food vendors and attracts...

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Owner of popular street food van opens taco shop

https://www.edp24.co.uk/going-out/the-cabin-cromer-street-food-tacos-1-6785256 The Cabin street food opens up a shop in Cromer, chef and owner Justin Unsworth has had pop up food stalls and is now settling in the town producing his Asian inspired tacos. Byline: Sonya Duncan (C) Archant 2020 The owner of a street food van that has built up a following across Norfolk...

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London coronavirus: Why South London street food chef isn’t giving up despite losing £50k of business during lockdown

https://www.mylondon.news/news/south-london-news/london-coronavirus-south-london-street-18721596 A street food business duo from South London lost £50,000 worth of business in lockdown, but managed to transform their business into a fast-selling restaurant. James Timmins from Croydon, and Julia Jefferis from Wimbledon, both 26, met while working as a chef and manager in the competitors and players restaurants at Wimbledon Tennis Championships. “We became best mates,”...

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