Moroccan Street Food hits the market

By Salahuddin Mohammad

Morrocan Street Food - Petticoat Lane Market

Petticoat Lane Market, just off Liverpool Street, is mostly known for its Sunday market, but it’s also a place where one can find a great selection of food during the rest of the week.

Morrocan Street Food - Petticoat Lane Market

My favourite spot is a Moroccan street food vendor aptly called Moroccan Street Food, that’s off Goulston street.

Morrocan Street Food - Petticoat Lane Market

They serve chicken, fish and lamb grill which you can have in a wrap or with couscous/rice (all served with vegetable and salad). All of this for a fiver!

I’ve been to Moroccan Street Food quite a few times now and my favourite is couscous with mixed lamb and chicken plus houmous for, again, a fiver.

Morrocan Street Food - Petticoat Lane Market

And here’s a little hint: make sure you mention extra lamb and extra chicken though.

What’s certain is that this takeaway will definitely fill you up.

Morrocan Street Food - Petticoat Lane Market

Other cuisines being served at this market include Japanese, Spanish, Turkish, Indian and so much more.

Morrocan Street Food - Petticoat Lane Market

Couscous with Mixed Lamb, Chicken and Houmous £5.00

The only thing missing is an Italian selling a Pizza. For that, I’d recommend heading to Spitalfields Market to satisfy your Pizza craving.


Moroccan Street Food
Middlesex Street,
London, E1 7JF
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