Each day StreetDots brings a changing line up of food traders to our pitches or ‘dots’ across the Broadgate estate, British Land’s 30 acre office and retail development next to Liverpool Street Station. We select the most vibrant food trucks and stalls from the Capital’s street-food scene to ensure every lunchtime is a fresh experience for the estate’s 36,000 workers.
Every day is different. Maybe grab an Andalusian falafel wrap from Nazari’s azure campervan, or recover from the night before with a special from MyPie serving from the red vintage Bedford (we recommend the Hampshire steak, red jalapenos and cheese).
Not forgetting the little people, look out for our roster of artisan coffee carts and ice-cream wagons.
Since 2015 we have showcased a rotation of over sixty young independent food traders on our three dots at Broadgate Circle. A year later we were delighted to open additional dots at Broadgate Plaza, Finsbury Avenue Square, Exchange Square and The Fulcrum.
Our three dots at this City landmark serve up lunch and end of week breakfast to hungry workers. Our line-up of trucks at this site has become a Square Mile institution.
Our dot in the leafy setting of Finsbury Avenue Square in the heart of the City serves lunch to those seeking chilled out al fresco dining, or grabbing a quick bite to take back to the office.
Broadgate Plaza nestles between two iconic City buildings, Broadgate Tower and 201 Bishopsgate. The cutting edge architecture is only matched by the stunning food and artisan coffee served at our two dots here.
Our three dots at Exchange Square host a rotating offer of street-food traders serving lunch against the backdrop of lively events at Exchange Square, directly north of Liverpool Street Station.
Whether it’s an organic salad for an outdoor summer screening or something to warm up the ice skaters in the winter months, our ever changing line-up meets the occasion.
Richard Serra’s 55ft steel sculpture by near the West entrance of Liverpool Street station provides the perfect juxtaposition for one of our micro-dots that host smaller traders such as ice cream carts. Art lovers can grab a treat and gaze upwards.