Our chillies and spices are sourced from The Spicery who are amongst the few to stock flakes of naga jolokia chilli, which was once considered the world’s hottest pepper and which we use in our mad sauce. Our fragrant waters come from Mymoune, the first and still the best artisanal producer of preserves in Lebanon whereas Persepolis in Peckham provide us with our slivered nuts and other exotic ingredients.
Our rice and pulses come from Brindisa, the premier Spanish suppliers in London who have been sourcing the best Spanish ingredients for the last 25 years.
Our juices are freshly pressed by Sundance in Covent garden. They also provide our freshly prepared fruit salads using the best and freshest produce for both.
Neal's Yard Dairy has been one of London's top purveyors of fine cheeses since the 1980's. Since then they have expanded to having their own dairy selling some of the best milk in town which we use to make our silky and exotic milk pudding.
MILD, HOT, MAD ? TASTE IT!
as the co-founder and owner of Koshari Street, Salah has always had a passion for food and after enjoying Koshari for years on the streets of Egypt (his home country) he saw a gap in the British market and brought Koshari Street to the United Kingdom. Through his knowledge and expertise as a business man, Salah established Koshari Street in the hope to provide a reasonable, yet outstandingly tasty and high quality meal to those in central London – future plans to expand and enter into the street food market world will continue through Salah’s drive to broaden the awareness of this unforgettable dish.
the co-founder and owner of Koshari Street, was born and raised in Egypt. He is a very successful Egyptian Businessman holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with a minor in Business Administration. Karim diversified into the United Kingdom food industry through his diligence and keen business acumen. He began his career as a restaurateur after 22 years of running prominent businesses in the textile, telecom and medical fields. Rooted in Egyptian sensibility, Koshari Street reflects Karim's passion for bringing Egyptian culture to the United Kingdom.
is an internationally known food writer and a leading expert in the cuisines of the Middle East and North Africa. Koshari Street is her brandchild. She has developed the menu and recipes, adapting the traditional koshari to bring it into the 21st century, using the best ingredients and jazzing up the sauce served with it with specific chillies to offer different degrees of heat. She has also given our koshari a little crunch by adding her own doqqa. In 2013, she has been named one of the "100 Most Powerful Arab Women" by Arabian Business magazine.
Born and raised in Cairo, Sherif holds a Bachelor Degree in Political Science from the American University in Cairo and a diploma in International relations from the University of Vienna. He has a 22 year professional experience in corporate & investment banking, obtained at a number of local & multinational financial institutions. His belief in cultural transcendence led to his belief In the viability of Koshari street concept. This, in addition to his belief in the professionalism and dedication of the Koshari Street team, were the main reasons that led him to join in 2014.
vegetarian & healthy
Koshari Street has been recognized and featured as Chillisauce's Top 100 London Street Eats. Chillisauce scoured all of London in order to determine the best Street Foods on offer.
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Koshari Street is delighted to confirm they will join the Borough Market community, London’s most renowned food market and become a regular trader every Monday to Wednesday as of Monday 14 July 2014 :) We look forward to welcoming everyone to our stall.
Koshari Street is delighted to announce that we are now trading at Southbank Market, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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