We love beer — it’s one of the best things about being British. And we love pubs. Proper pubs where regulars can choose not to eat if they don’t want to, and the tables aren’t all reserved for diners. But a lot of our favourite hostelries are struggling to serve up more than nuts and crisps. And yet there’s a new generation of street food traders out there who would love the opportunity to take their food to a new crowd. An opportunity? Yes! Cue Pub Takeover - with its own app - and ready to change the face of pub food near you. Thanks to the initiative, from the team at British Street Food.
Up In My Grill have now taken over the Bloated Mallard on Hampton Hill, and a rotating bunch of traders (everyone from Harley Dogs to Smokin’ Lotus, with Raclette Brothers going in for January 13-15) are taking over the Marquis of Wellington in Bermondsey. Two top boozers that finally have the food to match!