It’s that time of the year again where wooden chalets are set up at the Southbank Centre’s Winter Market filled with festive food, drink and treats. Entry to the market is free and will be running from Friday 20 November to Thursday 24 December 2015.

Opening hours:

Sunday – Thursday, 11am – 9pm (except on Christmas Eve, where the market closes at 6pm)
Friday – Saturday, 11am – 10pm

South East Cakery

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Halal status: All halal

“We have brownie bites in four flavours, served with custard if customers would like. We also have various foodie gifts such as jars of salted caramel and chocolate gingerbread men.”

Curry On

Halal status: Chicken is halal

“Foodwise we serve proper curry and chips. We have three options: our Curry on Creamy (our take on the Great British korma) and our Curry On Spicy (our signature dish featuring fresh chilli and garam masala) We also have Curry On Veggie, a rich pepper and mushroom korma topped with crispy fried aubergine masala, as our ever-popular veggie option. Our chips are hand-cut and triple-cooked and we shake them up in a garlic and coriander mix. We come from a Mauritian background so we are very serious about making proper curry.”

The Grilling Greek

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Halal status: Chicken is halal

Bringing together family recipes and years of chef experience in London and New York, The Grilling Greek bring Greek food to the streets of London. The menu includes hand-cut, triple cooked Maris piper chips with oregano and barrel aged feta as well as free range chicken in a homemade pita with vine tomatoes, thinly sliced red onions and Mama’s tsatsiki.

Waffle On

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Halal status: Vegetarian options are available

Recently featured in the Evening Standard as one of London’s best street food dishes, Waffle On serves up freshly made waffles made with reinvented traditional and regional German waffle recipes. With a range of sweet and savoury toppings, Waffle On proves that there are plenty of ways to eat a waffle whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Gupta’s Bombay Street Food

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Halal status: Halal chicken is available

A family run Indian food stall, Gupta’s are well known manufacturers of Indian sweets and savouries who recently ventured into the world of street food. Regulars at some of the UK’s largest festivals and London’s dynamic markets, Gupta’s menu features a range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options giving us a taste of Bombay in London.

Speckmobile

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Halal status: Chicken Schnitzel is halal and cooked separately from food containing pork

Speckmobile brings authentic Austrian food to London by Austrian chef Franz Schinagl, former executive chef at Asia de Cuba at St Martin’s Lane hotel.

TEALA BAR

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Halal status: All halal (only tea is served)

“We make hot and cold teas that are truly fresh and exotic with no added synthetic flavourings. We are committed to using fresh fruit and herbs and whole spices to create our signature brews or even one that is as unique as you. We aim to bring tea back to the streets. Serving high grade, great tasting tea based beverages. A fresh new vibe that is healthy and delicious.”

Horn OK Please

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Halal status: only vegetarian food is served

Providing a wide range of authentic vegetarian Indian street foods, Horn OK Please are regulars at various London markets. Their colourful dishes are gluten free with vegan options available too.

Donuts & Coffee

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Halal status: All halal