We visited Tottenham Green Market on Sunday and thoroughly enjoyed it. Rachel from The Vurger Co (veggie and vegan burgers) contacted me to sample their food. I wasn’t aware of this market, so I decided to pop along and investigate. It wasn’t large, there were just over fifteen stalls there, mainly food. But I must say that it was the friendliest market I’ve ever been to. The traders were really happy and there was a great atmosphere. If you’re looking for street food stalls in London, places to eat in Tottenham or things to do in London at the Weekend then visit the Tottenham Green Market.
Tottenham Green Market Street Food
If you’re hungry and in the vicinity, then you’ll enjoy the street food available. My friend and I tried the vegetarian and vegan burgers from The Vurger Co, which were fantastic. This venture was set up by couple Rachel and Neil, who for their health reasons needed to explore a natural diet. This is how they came up with their idea for using 100% plant-based ingredients in their patties which are gluten, dairy and soy-free. Being a vegetarian and a lover of burgers, I was interested in trying these and I wasn’t disappointed.
Vurger and Co-Owners Rachel and Neil
We sampled the Quin-Wah which featured quinoa with carrot, chickpeas, onion and garlic for the patty which was topped off with slaw. We also munched on the BBQ Nut made from black beans, brown rice, walnuts and onion with lettuce, tomato and smashed avocado on top. Both were delicious and served in a brioche bun. We tried a Savse raw super smoothie to wash it down, which was very healthy.
Vurger and Co Veggie and Vegan Burgers
Meanwhile, my friend Alan was chowing down on a Thai red chicken curry with jasmine rice from Tangys who also serve a vegetarian option. Alternatively, you can try their crispy rolls of slow-roasted duck, satay chicken, shredded Thai pork or tofu and chilli which are accompanied with a relevant dipping sauce.
Tangys Thai Red Chicken Curry with Jasmin Rice
Other street food stalls included the Wrap Game with a selection of fillings in a wrap such as jerk chicken or Mexican spiced chicken. They also offered tacos and salad boxes. Stokey Bears, the burger joint from Stoke Newington, were cooking up a selection of burgers. There are a few tables and a bench you can sit down on to eat your food. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a Cravings Coffee to perk you up.
Tottenham Green Market Food Stalls
Aside from the hot cooked street food, you can also pick up a few treats for your Sunday dinner. Marsh Produce Ltd sold beef, lamb, pork and chicken plus cuts of rare breed meats and handmade sausages. There was also an organic greengrocer stand so you can buy salad and veggies.
Portuguese Gourmet Custard Tarts
The Flour Station had a fantastic selection of bread, focaccia, croissants and pastries. Other treats were available from Vegan Delice cupcakes and biscuits. Head for the Portuguese Gourmet is you fancy Pastéis de Nata (Portuguese custard tarts).
Tottenham Green Market Information
To find out more visit the Tottenham Green Market Website. You’ll find a mix of street food, produce, drink plus some craft stalls. The address is Town Hall Approach, London N15 4RY. Nearest tube stations are Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale both on the Victoria Line. It is open from 11 am until 3.30 pm every Sunday.
Flour Station Bread
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. Thanks: Rachel Hugh from The Vurger and Co for inviting us to try their veggie and vegan burgers. Thanks to Rich and Alan for the day out. Disclosure: Our meal (Vurgers) was free which is why this article has been labelled as an Advert.