Street Foodie : New Korean/Irish Kid on the Brick Lane Block

A wander around Brick Lane this weekend introduced me to Danny, a Belfast boy just back from 2 years in Seoul with a passion for street food, Korean street food in particular. He’s dishing up sliders in Brick Lane at weekends, starting from yesterday. He expects to expand the menu in time , right now you can sample Bacon & Kimchi sliders and Korean-Style Pulled Pork with Sesame & Ginger Coleslaw.

At two for £4 they are tasty & fun and well worth a sample. Once you’ve finished you get to eat a Korean sweet out  of a papier mache pigs head too. What’s not to like?

I love that street food is finally starting to take off in a serious way in the UK. It brings me right back to my market days, and I look forward to resurrecting my stall once my book is written. Watch this space for details later in the year.

For more on Danny, visit his blog:

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    • Hi Cara! Yes, it’s fun – do try it :) Looking forward to resurrecting the stall! When/where is to be determined, mind!


  1. We popped down today, good stuff – but how did we miss the pig’s head with the sweets?!


  2. I’m hungry already! Looking forward to pop by London to try those. Well done, I’d love it if a trend could start in Ireland!


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