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The van! That 1948 Ford Pick-Up is totally twisting our melons. Have you heard it roar? Boy! This thing is a beast! Yet the couple running it - Shrimp & Ben - couldn't be more sweet and soft and un-beast-like. This is the dream that they've both been yearning for for so long. Against all kinds of warnings from friends and family who would rather they followed more conventional paths, they've gone for it and are feeling the thrill of the often-challenging ride. What a joy it is to watch them finding their way in this biz - and to serve such delicious food doing it.
Homemade gyoza: pork & pickled ginger; tofu & shitake; chicken & coriander
Crunchy Asian rainbo slaw with caramelised chilli peanuts
Edamame beans with sea salt
Fresh miso soup
We sell delicious homemade Japanese gyoza dumplings with colourful, crunchy Asian salad, edamame beans and fresh miso soup from a beautiful converted 1948 Ford pickup. All our meat is free range and our tofu is organic. 20p from every meal sold goes to the rainbo kitchen garden project, helping children in Southern Nepal grow a brighter future. There is nowhere we won't travel to spread the gyoza love, so come find us and eat, give and grow!
– Ben Sheinwald & Shrimp Balfour
The kerb life calls to us because every day in street food is full of new faces and exciting places. British street food has so many creative and talented people at its heart and London’s streets are an incredibly vibrant, inspiring and downright fun place to be. The kerb way is the only way!
Yum Buns: we could eat them all day long and sometimes imagine how nice it would be to live in one.