Found a food van in the lay by on the London road in Liphook on a Friday evening. Serving the only boerewors rolls one is likely to find in the south of England.
Bring and Braai are event caterers based in Liphook that specialise in South African street food.
Their van can also be found in Haslemere on Wednesdays, Cranleigh on Thursdays and Godalming on Saturdays
Found The Taco Box tucked away in a quiet side street in East Wittering. Have been looking out for them for a while now.
I tend to get my Tacos confused with Quesadillas and didn’t realise that Ninos is not another variation of the same.
Burritos however, I do know and burrito filled with crispy pork belly roasted in onions, garlic and paprika, is irresitable.
[Edit] Closed Original, imaginative and authentic is a difficult one.
Two was definitely too much.
But I couldn’t decide between The Mexcian and the BBQ Pulled Pork toppings at Mr Jack Potato.
A very small fast food takeaway tucked away on the Oving Rd behind the Four Chestnuts. Serving some of the more imaginative street food options to be found in Chichester.
Distinctly different, it is hard to miss the South African StrEat Food van
Criss crossing through the countryside in Northamptonshire to the urban bustle of London. From Hertfordshire to Buckinghamshire this is a busy, busy mobile shop and South African street food stall.
Find Hunger Busters, Wednesday to Sunday weather permitting, where the road ends at the Marine Beach car park on the beachfront in Selsey.
For full on burgers, hot dogs and very generous baps. The menu offers a good selection of hot trailer food cooked to keep their clients coming back for more.
The village has a long history of fishing, still has its own fleet and a stroll along the narrow promenade, together with some of the best street food to be found in Chichester, is one of those rare and simple pleasures.
They also do a breakfast on the go.
As well as well as a piping hot jacket potato and cheese.
Jeremy mentioned that he had spotted a sign announcing the imminent opening of the Saigon Munch Box at the Chichester station. But for some reason I needed reminding.
This time I found it