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What to eat and drink at London Pride 2018

We had a ball last year - but you want to know what's on the menu in 2019 now, right!?

For the tastiest treats across the Pride in London 2019 parade route, read our latest blog HERE.

London Pride 2018 is happening this Saturday, 7th July and Feast It are thrilled to be providing all the food and drink for the day! 500 LGBT+ parade groups will be marching through central London to celebrate our diverse community. Learn about the delicious food and drink that will be available around the parade route in Central London, keeping you all celebrating for longer!
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Cheeky Burger

The British Street Food Awards winner of the best burger in 2016, the Cheeky Burger chefs also appeared on Masterchef Professionals and were trained in France. All their sauces and relishes are made totally from scratch and their burgers are seriously delicious. We love their Cheeky Bacon, made with their homemade bacon and Jack Daniels jam!

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Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen

Zoe’s awesome chop bar serves up modern takes on authentic Ghanaian flavours and dishes. Time Out named Zoe as one of London’s top 10 chefs to watch out for, and The Telegraph, BBC Food, The Evening Standard, The Observer and Jamie Oliver have all sung the praises of Zoe's Ghana Kitchen! We love the fried chicken with a 9 spice Jollof spice mix and nutmeg double crispy coating.


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The Green Grill

Vegans, vegetarians and carnivores alike will absolutely love the vibrant vegan burgers and sides from The Green Grill, healthy junk food if you will! Their colourful buns are made and dyed with natural ingredients, such as charcoal, beetroot and turmeric and all their food is 100% plant-based. We love the Red Devil, which is a beetroot bun filled with sweet potato, red kidney beans and a Piri Piri sauce.

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If you are looking for tasty Greek ingredients combined with ingenious world flavours, then Yiro is the one for you. All their ingredients are locally sourced and of the highest quality, creating delicious dishes like their Panko Fried Halloumi Gyro Pita. This is hearty Greek food meets Korean and Japanese flavour, and trust us, it’s absolutely great. For every Yiro dish sold, 5p goes towards Macmillan Cancer Support!


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Love Churros

These are some of the UK’s freshest and tastiest churros! The Love Churros team travelled around Europe to perfect their churros recipe and have now had over 10 years of experience. You can have yours plain with a little cinnamon sugar or go all out with a pot of hot melted Belgian milk or white chocolate for dipping. It’s all served from a lovely horsebox trailer, which you can’t miss!

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Sweet Nothing Bakehouse

A sweet and sugary experience, Sweet Nothing Bakehouse serve the most delicious treats from their adorable horsebox trailer. From buttermilk waffles with ice cream and homemade toppings, to iced salted caramel lattes, there’s so much to choose from on their mouthwatering menu. All their ingredients come from small and independent suppliers, bought locally wherever possible. In the hot weather this Saturday, make sure you try their ice cream filled doughnuts!

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The perfect sweet treat for walking around London Pride with, these colourful and delicious waffles from Wafflestick are served on a wooden stick with a whole host of tempting toppings, including fresh strawberries, homemade brownie bits, maple syrup and mini marshmallows. These incredibly instagrammable desserts can be customised with whatever you fancy, but our favourites are the Lotus Biscoffy and Brownie Madness waffles.

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Jim & Tonic

Jim & Tonic is a complete celebration of everything gin, creating gin experiences from their awesome vans, Juniper and Genevieve. They only use premium gins, liqueurs and tonics for their refreshing G&Ts and gin fizzes. Our favourites are the Ruby, made with Slingsby rhubarb gin, elderflower tonic and fresh raspberry and basil, and the DeNiro, made with a quince and ginger gin liqueur, prosecco and fresh garnish.

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Seriously Coffee

If you need a bit of a kick to keep you dancing and celebrating throughout the day, visit Seriously Coffee for one of their expertly made and authentic Italian coffees and homemade Sicilian cannolis. Their finely trained baristas will be able to whip up Macchiatos, Espressos, Cappuccinos, Mochas and more!

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So, if you're feeling peckish or you need a refreshing drink or a strong coffee, visit one of our food and drink trucks at the following sites... Golden Square, Trafalgar Square, Devonshire Street, Weymouth Street or Duchess Street! #PrideMatters