Today’s the day – the new nine-part Netflix Street Food series is available to download!

If, like us, you’re a massive fan of Netflix’s Chefs’ Table – and committed off the beaten track traveller – you’ll waste no time lining up this latest appetising offering.

Give us a street market over a museum any day – that’s where we head to soak up the feel and flavour of a new place.

From Hong Kong to Ho Chi Minh, Brooklyn to Berlin, Cape Town to Katmandu we’ve sampled quite a bit of street food.  And so, we’re especially excited that street food is emerging as one of the latest wedding food favourites.


Couples are always on the lookout for emerging wedding trends – and along with flower walls, rustic furniture and coloured tableware street food appears to be rising to the top.

“If you’re looking for an informal, shared eating experience then street food certainly ticks the box,” said Expresso’s Roland Schreiber.

“Whether you want to stick to familiar flavours or introduce guests to something completely different you really are spoiled for choice.

“And what’s great about street food is that it can be adapted to a range of wedding styles – from very informal festival style celebrations through to more traditional set-ups.”

But he warned couples to be cautious about relying on food trucks.

“Food trucks can work really well in the evening when the vibe is more relaxed and guests don’t all expect to eat at the same time.

“However, if you’re after a street food dining experience during the day and want to avoid queues and long delays our advice is to team up with an experienced wedding caterer who will be able devise a ‘magic’ format that will work for everyone,” added Roland.

So, get ready to take your taste buds of a street food journey! Contact Expresso now and book your wedding catering.  2020 dates filling up fast!  New street food menus coming soon. 

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