The Food Truck Challenge has arrived in London and will be starting at 6pm tonight at Street Feast‘s Friday night at The Camden Brewery.
With the power of Twitter, we invite you to partake in the Food Truck Challenge. This is a points-based tweeting competition where you must include the truck’s Twitter handle, the @EatStTweet handle and the hashtag #eatSMWLDN.
10 points are rewarded with every tweet, 30 points with a photo attached and 35 Points if your tweet is sent using the Eat St app. The person who collects the most points in London will win £120 and a Prize Pack.
This challenge is not just limited to food street junkies in London but to others in Vancouver, Los Angeles and Chicago. Make sure you continue our Olympic summer success by representing your country in the SMWLDN Food Truck Challenge!
Here are the food trucks, stands and stalls participating in the challenge throughout the week:
Street Kitchen is a mobile food business that serves restaurant quality fast food using 100% sustainable UK ingredients. You have to try their chicken slider that has just won ‘Best Burger’ in the British Street Food Awards, they will be serving it up in Netil Market near London Fields this Sunday – don’t miss it.
Find Street Kitchen at Broadgate Circle & they’ll be in Battersea tonight.
The Wild Game Co. is having fun cooking and supplying venison & game from Andy’s family in the heart of the Highlands. The kilt wearing guys have been making an impression on the London scene; Young British Foodies Street Food Winner 2012, Evening Standards top 5 places to eat game in London 2012. Try the VENISON STEAK SANDWICH with melted cheese…. add bacon!
Find The Wild Game Co. at Street Feast tonight!
Authentic Austrian Food brought to the streets of London by two Austrians in their Speck Mobile.
Our signature dish is Speck Knoedel aka Bacon Dumplings
Find Speck Mobile at King’s Cross Eat Street.
An American Hot Dog (cart) in London! The greatest dogs in Blighty, all-natural & hand-crafted in London.
Find Big Apple Hot Dogs at 239 Old St, LDN EC1V 9EY.
These Burgers are ‘Dirty’ in all senses of the word. Juicy, saucy and filled with tasty treats, you’ll need a grease rag just to mop up the mess.
This is burger porn at its most filthy…You might like to try a ‘Gang Bang’ or perhaps get your mouth around ‘The Hoochie’. Our Dirty Burgers promise complete burger satisfaction.
It’s always a Happy Ending with Big Dirty Burger.
Find Big Dirty Burger at Ridley Road tonight and Bounds Green Market tomorrow (Saturday 22nd).
We make balls, roll up. The Bowler’s mobile meatball mayhem brings a universally loved, culinary delight, to street, event & party. Get Great British Balls.
Find The Bowler at King’s Cross Eat Street.
A baker, a cake maker who taught herself how to bake.. from Ferrero Rocher Cheesecakes to Choc Jack Daniels Cake… drooling yet?
Find The Sweet Tooth Factory at Street Feast tonight.
Award Winning Purveyor of Whoopie Pies, Cakes, Layer Cakes, Slices, Brownies, Kookies & more!
Oh the trials, tribulations and momentary triumphs in the pursuit of banh mi truths
Find Banhmi11 at Berwick Street in Soho on weekdays.
Mother Flipper is a street food pop up stall selling amazing burgers
Find Mother Flipper at Brockley Market on Saturdays and King’s Cross Eat Street on Tuesdays.
After a 6 week Italian pilgrimage, we are now selling Napoli inspired street food from our Ape/oven
Find Pizza Pilgrims at Berwick Street in Soho during weekdays
Pop up Barbados is a small niche food business. The speciality is seafood but also game and other meat like pheasant, rabbit, guinea fowl and the like. We use only the freshest fish, organic or gourmet range ingredients in my cooking. My food spans the Caribbean and South America and has it’s own unique taste.
Find Pop Up Barbados in Dalston Square.
Twitter addict, Mark Gervaux’s rare babyback ribs are from pigs that are outdoor reared on norfolk and suffolk farms. He also makes his own sauces; a smokey BBQ , a hot sauce and a sauce too hot to put on your table! The Ribman’s customers have called it “holy f##k” – if you want it you have to ask for it!
Find The Ribman at Brockley Market in St Johns every Saturday morning
This is a great excuse to try out the best street food in London so get tweeting and earning points until next Thursday (27th September). The winner will be announced on Twitter that evening.
As Suzanne Collins might say, “Let the hunger games commence, may the odds ever be in your flavour..”