13th Dec 2013
today trading @berwickstlondon Soho, Heartbreaker, Philly and Porky subs perfects for post Xmas parties hangover
13th Dec 2013
just came back home from immense Xmas Party @Goldcrest_Films , now eating biscuit and coffee milk... umm love it
13th Dec 2013
The wild-haired Italian who ditched his entire career and sturdy lifestyle in Mantova for the free-wheeling uncertainty of street slinging in London. What a soldier! Cristiano and his 'under-rated cuts of meat' stall, Tongue 'n Cheek is a quiet revolutionist. You see him there at the grill, intensely closhing and prepping his famous Heartbreaker burger - it's hard to know what to make of him and his less-penetrable approach to customer service - but inside, there is a storm of ideology raging. Cristiano came to Britain to become part of a food network. He wanted to bring all his ideas for true edible and social sustainability and share it with the rest of us. His principles and dedication to this are unwavering. We are lucky to have him.
Porky sub ( pork cheeks slow cooked served on a soft sub with a Porto wine reduction and our signature fresh spicy coleslaw .
Heartbreaker burger made of 50% ox heart and 50% dry aged beef up to 40 day from native breeds. Varieties below:
Cheesy: 150g burger plus cheddar, lettuce, dill pickles, ketchup and mustard
Original: 150g burger plus chimichurri sauce, water cress, sour cream, cheddar
Belly connection: 150 g burger plus pork belly, gorgonzola cheese, pimenton mayo, pickled onions rocket
Piccante: 150 g burger plus spicy Nduja , smoked provolone, kewpie mayo, lettuce, pickled onions
Italian style Ox cheeks braised in red wine and served seasonal vegetable
Italian style Ox tongue served with home made salsa verde and horseradish, honey and apple sauce on a roll
We do also prepare on order a wide range of Italian inspires street food recipes. Ask for more details.
We aim to use underrated meat or fish cuts taking in great consideration sustainably, diversity, food culture education and affordability. Being a street fooder takes me closer to a wide range of people that are willing to experiment and expand their food culture knowledge.
– Cristiano Meneghin
Bohemian version: One night I felt a little drunk in a bar in Italy, the last thing I remember it’s that I was talking with a cheeky woman named Petra, next day I found my self in London setting up a stall and working in a market and I loved it.
Possibly true one. I felt in love with the street food renaissance and more in general with the renewed UK food culture movement and we wanted to be part of it, bringing to London from Italy our passion and dedication for a better, clean and fair food culture.