The £3 entry is a bargain to get access to some of the best food you can eat in London beyond 9pm.
We headed to the bar, grabbed a pint of Fuller's Frontier craft beer, and began to browse.
The dimly lit rooms are full of people tucking into ribs, wraps, brisket, burritos, mojitos and brownies.
We wasted no time, and headed to Hotbox. They are a pop up beef and ribs shack, with their very own mobile smoker. Check out what we saw as we were about to order.
We ordered a box full of USDA beef, with a smokey, sweet BBQ sauce. It was DELICIOUS, and possibly the most moist beef I've ever tasted.
|Pictures from HotboxLDN on Twitter|
Next we tried some pork 'loinpops', £2 each for melt in your mouth pork. You can probably tell we enjoyed them!
After that, we re-filled on craft beer, and tucked into beef and chicken tacos, followed by a tasty chorizo and halloumi wrap from French and Grace.
After a couple of refreshing mojitos, we hit the Kimchinary Korean beef stand and grabbed a very tasty, spicy beef burrito - best value of the night for £6.50.
|Picture from @Yokopicasso on Twitter|
As we had an hour journey to get home, we packed ourselves a little doggy bag. Of brownies. For anyone wanting to taste one of the best browny flavours, head to Hawker House and try the Berry Crunch. If you do, and you agree, please thank me on Twitter.
Street Feast is possibly the best night food market around. It is running at Hawker House every Friday and Saturday night, until 21st/22nd March.
As you've probably seen from the photos, it brings together some of London's best street food traders, chefs and restaurants. They serve pint-sized mojitos, craft beer, great wine and great food.
Grab yourself a free evening, and go and enjoy - you won't regret it!
For more information, and the location of Hawker House, visit the Street Feast website.