Dinerama is a street food market in Shoreditch which houses cuisines from all over the world. When I visited it had returned from the ashes after the fire breakout and was looking good as new. I arrived at 6.30pm (note that after 7pm there is a £3 door charge) and crowds were slowly forming around the stalls with hungry people.
There is a good selection of food stalls which feature here, the difficulty is finding where to eat. As I walked around the smells were amazing from barbecue to sweet doughnuts and wood fired pizza.
My friend and I chose the beef poutine on fries from Cheeky Italian. The beef was slow cooked in a delicious gravy topped with cheese sauce and a pinch of rosemary tossed on top. It was so good, I could have eaten another box full.
I quote from Yum Bun "Irresistibly soft steamed buns" which are jam packed with flavour and meat. We chose the slow roasted pork belly which came with cucumber, spring onion and hoisin sauce. The pork was juicy and succulent and had a sweet taste from the sauce, I shared it with my friend but could have really have eaten two of these to myself.
The other was fried shrimp packed with green chilli sambal and shredded lettuce. The texture of the soft bun with the crispy battered shrimp paired like a match made in heaven. The sambal gave it a spicy kick, leaving a nice heated after taste.
This was the pink grapefruit cocktail mixed with pomegranate, honey and mint. It was nothing special and overpriced for what is was.