A vegan street food market is launching in Soho, starting on 14th April and being held weekly. There will be ten specialist food traders and set up by Street Food Union. As Shoreditch is known for its abundance of vegan food available, a market offering some of the most popular items is expanding across London. Street Food Union is also behind the weekday Rupert Street Market, and Soho Vegan Market will be open weekly on weekends.
The market will be open between the hours of 11am and 4pm and there is a variety of different vegan food available. Well-known companies such as Young Vegans serving their pie and mash, and Vietnamese food from Eat Chay will be available.
Street Food Unions organiser, Joe Coulter said: “This is the year of veganism! We, alongside our great traders, are keen to show that vegan food is for everybody and is here to stay, with our new market in the heart of London’s Soho, there’s no excuse not to swing by and give it ago.”
One of the vendors who will be attending the market, Spicebox said: “Until now, Central London has been one of the hardest places to find quality vegan food. We’re super excited to represent veganism in Soho and make all this delicious, creative and sustainable food accessible to all.”
The vendors confirmed for the market are Eat Chay, Young Vegan, Spicebox, Jakes Vegan Steaks, Vegals, Lime Hut, Flip 80/20, Lele’s Vegan Patisserie and Planty Hugs.