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The Hoxton Hotel’s Old Spitalfields Market Food Safari

Sat 18 Aug

The Hoxton Hotel’s hunger for street food knows no bounds.

That’s why we have partnered with them to create a ‘Street Food Safari’ available exclusively for Hoxton Guests. (Safari + Hotel room and Safari only tickets are available).

On Sat 18 Aug join The Hoxton, Shoreditch for the chance to explore the very best from The Kitchens. 

For £25, enjoy a guided three-course feast, offering a selection of the ‘must try’ dishes from the Market.

– A large Market Drink. Choose from a trendy Iced Matcha from Good Mood Matcha or Bubble Tea from Yi Fang Tea.

– A starter, pick from a selection of signature dishes including Dumpling Shack’s famous Shengjianbao, Yum Bun’s steamed buns or Lahpet, one of London’s best and only Burmese restaurants.

– A main, choose from grill gurus Berber & Q, Flank or Insta-famous Pleasant Lady, known for their crispy jian bing (Chinese crepes) or go for a Monty’s – their Reuben sandwich was voted #1 by Time Out this year.

– A dessert to finish. Indulge your sweet tooth with a treat from Babelle, Wheelcake or High Mood Food.

Full menu with additional choices will be give on the day.

Safari and night at the Hoxton: Book here

Safari only: Book tickets here – You’ll meet at the lobby of The Hoxton, Shoreditch and will head over to the market together on the 18th.

Event Hours

1pm – 3pm

Address 

The Hoxton, Shoreditch
81 Great Eastern Street
London
EC2A 3HU

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