Tummy rumbling? Check out the Leadenhall Building’s LED-Bites Street Food Market which will add a dash of flavour and spice to your lunchtimes with a fab food market every Wednesday.
As workers come back to the City, there’s plenty on the menu to tantalise the tastebuds.
A variety of international cuisines each week unfolds in the public space between noon and 2.30pm on Wednesdays.
The LED-Bites Street Food Market vendors at the Leadenhall Building include Khon Thai. These culinary wizards have been experimenting in the kitchen and are keen to show off their new vegan and gluten-free Thai style dumplings.
They are made with Khon Thai’s special gluten-free and vegan dumpling pastry, which uses a mix of different rice flours and is filled with shitake mushrooms, cabbage, spring onions and coriander.
If a taste of Italy is what you’re after, try out Soffritto, which is the Italian word for “fried slowly”, which describes the process of gently cooking the vegetables in oil to soften them and release their flavour.
The Bulgogi Bowl brings a Korean kick with their bibimbap – that’s Korean fried chicken to you. The chicken thighs are marinated overnight in a blend of Korean spices and then coated in a light, crispy batter. Superb in a bowl of steaming hot and fluffy rice, mixed veggies and topped with a fried egg.
Vietnamese delights come from the Nha Trang Kitchen. The signature pad thai is freshly prepared on site, with rice noodles and their top secret pad thai sauce, vegetables and a choice of organic chicken, tiger prawns, beef or tofu.
A great way to power through until dinnertime.