The Food Commission make their mark in White City with mouth-watering cuisines from all over the world
The Food Commission is set to bring an exciting street food market in a prime location in the middle of the business hub of White City.
The Food Commission is going to bring a new slice of street food culture and gastronomy to this amazing new corporate and residential hub in West London. With the likes of the BBC, Net-a-Porter and Huckle Tree taking up residency in this emerging new development in West London, it only makes sense to follow suit and make sure that the area has cutting edge food. What better way than opening a spot dedicated to doing just that.
Officially launching on 17 May, The Food Commission will be hosting a lunchtime market between 12:00 noon and 14:30pm on Wednesday to Friday with four traders a day on the corner of Wood Lane and Depot Road, next to the disused petrol station. It aims to introduce the best of London’s restaurants and street food stalls. The operators are experienced in enlivening and invigorating public spaces across London bringing you the best in lunch markets and food events.
The street food traders that The Food Commission work with represent a wide range of and cater for all tastes and dietary preferences. They go to great lengths to ensure that their traders represent the best in their chosen genre – be it authentic wood-fired pizza, Indian street snacks or new-wave Northern Thai. The Food Commission put variety, diversity and uniqueness at the forefront and will be offering an eclectic mix every day in order to keep things fresh and exciting.
The Food Commission fiercely champions British organic, free range and naturally grown produce and meats to be used as part of the ingredients by all the curated crew of talented traders. Many of whom are veterans in the street food scene and have worked on sites with Kerb and Street Feast but we also aim to bring you the new people on the scene. Trader highlights include BBQ Dreamz, Muffin Man and Yum Afghan to name a few.