Discover the history of street food from the East End of London.
WHAT'S THIS ALL ABOUT?
A fun two-hour walking tour discovering the history of street food from the East End of London. If you thought the East End was all about a Ruby Murray, go and have a butcher's at the markets around Spitalfields and Brick Lane.
WHAT HAPPENS IN THIS EXPERIENCE?
On this gastronomical history tour of the East End, you'll learn the origins and history behind the staples of British cuisine.
The Romans, Dutch, Portuguese, Jews and Bangladeshis are among the various immigrants who settled in this part of town and left behind a history of delicious foods. Try eels, beigels, pie and mash, and fish and chips, washed down with cup of Rosy Lee, while learning about the cultural history behind the recipes.
THE ALL IMPORTANT DETAILS
All you need bring is a good pair of comfy walking shoes and a thirst for knowledge.The ticket price includes coffee at one of London's best coffee houses and a delicious beigel, plus the chance to taste a number of other East End favourites. This is a private tour for you and your mates (up to six people). If you would like to add anyone extra get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. The tour begins at Liverpool Street Station, in the daytime, at a time to suit you and our fantastic historian, Emma.