Comida Fest Brings Latin American Street Food to London

By 27 June, 2018

Comida Fest has become something of a regular feature in London each summer and you won’t hear us complaining about that. With a stellar assortment of food from across Latin America, as well as music, dance and family fun, it’s no wonder it’s been such a success over the past few years.

This summer Comida Fest will be stationing itself at Greenwich’s Cutty Sark Gardens this coming weekend (30th June & 1st July), before doing a pop-up at Hola! London Festival on 21st July and then hopping across to Potters Field Park in Tower Bridge for another weekend of food and culture on 11th & 12th August.

Comida Fest brings together some of the best producers of Latin American street food in London and teams them up with DJs, free dance classes, family activities and more to make for a pretty damn sweet way to a summer’s day in London.

Some of the eateries that will be appearing at this year’s Comida Fest, encompassing cuisine from Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Venezuela and Peru, include Café Pacifico, Guasacaca, Porteña, Smokoloko, Tayrona, Quinoa Food, Sambazon, Brazilian Churros, Tico’s, Beijummy, Lovely Obly, El Cafecito, Cuban Box, Old El Paso, Salshipapa and Manioca.

Full details of Comida Fest are available from

Times and dates for the three events this year can be found below:

Greenwich Cutty Sark Gardens
London, SE10 9HT
30th June and 1st July
Saturday: 11am-8pm / Sunday: 11am-6pm

COMIDA FEST POP UP outside The O2 London
Hola! London Festival
SE10 0DX
21st July
Saturday: 12pm-6pm

Tower Bridge Potters Fields Park
London, SE1 2AA
11th and 12th August
Saturday: 11am – 8pm Sunday: 11am -6pm

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