Colombian Street Kitchen is a street food trader delivering authentic, high-quality Colombian cuisine to the British market.
Our core products are street food items based on traditional Colombian recipes such as empanadas, tamales and arepas. We use locally sourced ingredients where possible and provide options for vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free customers.
Since August 2014, Colombian Street Kitchen has travelled across the city feeding hungry Londoners with delicious Colombian street food. This includes stalls at popular food markets, supporting local craft beer breweries and running a pop-up shop on Camden High Street. We have held successful kitchen takeovers in Brixton, Hackney, Walthamstow, Hoxton, Peckham and Highgate Village with more on the way.
We have also taken part in the Colombian Food Festival in both 2014 and 2015. This year, we had a stall at all three Comida Fest Latin American street food festivals on the South Bank in April, May and June 2016.
In Summer 2016, Colombian Street Kitchen will be the first to take part in the kitchen incubator project at Green Rooms. This ‘art hotel’ in Wood Green includes a restaurant which for six months will be dedicated to serving an exciting range of Colombian dishes.
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We had a fantastic evening dining on Chef Perez's delicious Colombian food. The Paisa pie was wholesome and tasty and the papaya trifle out of this world. Chef Perez is indeed a talent and we look forward to his next pop up
This was my first introduction to Columbian food & I was pleasantly surprised, I thought it might be to hot/spicey for my palate but this was not the case. The portion size was just right espicially as we had 5 courses so left feeling full but not uncomfortable, the dessert was my favourite having a sweet tooth!
It was a great venue for the event & a welcoming atmosphere also.
Brilliant, unusual food and a really fun evening!
We went to Chef Perez's pop-up kitchen last night without many expectations, and we were pleasantly surprised to get a really interesting meal with 5 courses, plenty of food and a really nice atmosphere.
The main course pie was delicious, we had a really good tamale and some lovely fruity desserts to finish it all off.
I highly recommend the chef, and the place wasn't bad either. I look forward to coming back again. It was great value and a very enjoyable evening all round.