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Urban legend: Jonathan Downey, the man behind Street Feast, on bringing quality dining to derelict London

21 July 2018 by
Urban legend: Jonathan Downey, the man behind Street Feast, on bringing quality dining to derelict London

Whether it's Yumplings or a rotisserie burger from Henhaus, the dining public can't get enough of street food. And Jonathan Downey, the creative mind and energy behind the £13m Street Feast business, is always on the hunt for the next big thing, looking to expand his empire to the US, but always ensuring the offer is delicious. So, he asks, why aren't the ‘serious' chefs getting in on the action? He talks to Emma Lake

Jonathan Downey is an "instinct guy", not afraid to take a gamble on an out of the way site, to help launch a new street food business or to lock horns with local authorities (or possibly any authority).

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