Tuesday, December 11The Voice of London

Dine and dance at Dinerama

Although Shoreditch may seem like it’s for hipsters with handlebar moustaches and corduroy turn-ups, there are in fact some secret gems that you can’t miss out on.

Once a bullion truck depot and now a cosy Al Fresco dining extravaganza, East London’s Street Feast Dinerama is the place to go if you’re after amazing street food, a bustling atmosphere and some funky tunes.

Grab a killer rum cocktail or sip on some local beer and hustle for a seat at the communal tables.

There is something for everyone at Dinerama, as it features 13 vendors with a mix of food and drink from around the world.

If you’re after some 10/10 jerk chicken then ‘White Men Can’t Jerk’ is the one for you. £7 for some Jamaican spiced chicken and chips — you can’t go wrong.

Or if that doesn’t take your fancy why not choose some soft steamed buns from ‘Yum Bun’, some Mexican tacos from ‘Club Mexicana’ or a ‘Fundi’ woodfired pizza. Plus there’s loads more!

As the cold weather settles, Dinerama have lovingly put a roof over the venue, added some fire pits and whacked on the heaters. No longer do you need to sit there shivering whilst you tuck into some delicious street food.

Where: 19 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3EJ
When: Wednesday – Saturday 5pm ‘til late
Nearest Tubes: Old Street, Shoreditch High Street or Liverpool Street
How much: Free entry before 7pm or £3 after

 

Words and photography: Daisy Newman | Subbing: Shruti Tangirala

 

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