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Clapham’s highly regarded Venn Street Market will be bringing scrumptious street food from around the world.

Anna Maes - Gourmet Mac and Cheese
Arabica - Fresh meze and baklawa
Aranchi Bros - Risotto balls
Bad Brownie - Gourmet brownies
Bangwok - Pad Thai
Bean and Gone - Coffee and tea
Born & Raised - Wood fired pizza
Butchies - Buttermilk fried chicken sandwiches
Cheeky Indian - Chinese/Indian cuisine
Cheese Truck - Cheese toasted sandwiches
Churros Bros - Churros, choc and hot drinks
Comptoir Gourmand - French patisserie
Crabbie Shack - Soft shell crab burgers
Dorshi - Asian-English dumplings and sides
Dosa Deli - Indian Dosa wraps
Feral Food Store - Vegan junk food
Happy Maki - Sushi rolled fresh to order
Laffa - freshly grilled Greek flatbread wraps
La Cocinita - Spanish chicken and chorzo flatbread
Le Bao - Asian steamed buns
Les Deux Amies  - Creperie
Limpopo - Biltong
Makatcha - Rendang curries (Halal)
Moorish - Moroccan
Mother Clucker - Buttermilk fried chicken and wings
Pop Dogs – Hot Dogs
Shippo - Japanese Don Buri dishes
Taco Truck – Mexican tacos
Wholefood Heaven - Asian Buddha Bowls

There will also be a refreshing array of craft ales from The London Brewers’ Market.

Beavertown (Tottenham) - The folks at Beavertown have an incredible reputation for brewing phenomenal beer the world over.  From brew-pub origins in De Beauvoir, Hackney to increasing world-domination, Beavertown beers all pack a flavour punch.  Keep an eye out for their popular core range as well as exciting seasonals.

Five Points Brewing Company (Hackney) - The brewery behind London Brewers' Market, The Five Points have been brewing bold, flavourful beer in the heart of Hackney since early 2013. Their Pale Ale has become an iconic beer in East London and beyond.  Expect to be able to sample some sneak previews of brand new beers.

Hackney Brewery (Hackney) - Another quality East-London brewing outfit, Hackney Brewery were the first for decades to set up shop in Hackney back in 2011. Creating an ever-expanding  range of cask ales as well as a seasonal and craft range, Hackney Brewery are a hive of activity in their railway arch near Hoxton Station.
      
Gipsy Hill Brewing Company (Gipsy Hill) - The masterminds behind Gipsy Hill are focused on brewing "no nonsense, medium-strength beer" which is big on flavour, but not on ABV. Their sessionable beers have been a popular feature of previous London Brewers' Markets, and their tap house is a great place to visit when you're in Gipsy Hill.

One Mile End (Whitechapel) - Brewing a dynamic range of inventive beers in The White Hart Brewpub in Whitechapel, One Mile End are fine East London fixtures on bars throughout the UK. Launched in October 2014, they are a brewery to watch as their capacity is due to grow this year when they move out from beneath the street and into a large brewery.