Vauxhall Street Food Garden re-opens in the south London neighbourhood with a changing stream of street food vendors and cocktail bars

Every year Vauxhall sees 30 million people pass by its train station and for a long time there was little reason to visit the area (apart from a few renowned clubs and bars and of course the Vauxhall Tavern). But now it’s become a foodie destination in its own right, with the likes of Dirty Burger, Brunswick House and Bonnington Café, and this summer’s latest offering, Vauxhall Street Food Gardens.

Eight different street food vendors will be selling their Mexican, Vietnamese, Caribbean, BBQ food, 
cakes, smoothies and burgers at Vauxhall Street Food Gardens from Monday to Friday, 11.30am to 9.30pm. 

The garden area is free to get into and includes covered seating areas, events spaces for private hire and various bars stocked with barrels of craft beer. Unlike most street food markets, you can actually book a table, plus there is happy hour to look forward to from 5-7pm daily. 

6A South Lambeth Place, SW8 1SP London




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