With the mass popularization of the “food truck”, street food is eaten by 2.5 billion per day across the world. Street Food in the UK is usually take away finger style food or drink sold in the street or other public places, by a vendor/caterer usually from a stall, cart, van or trailer. The multi-cultural nature of British Society has enhanced the thriving development of street food in the UK as can be seen in the popularity of Chinese food, Indian curries, and kebabs from Turkey or Greece. Often immigrants to the UK will cook dishes from their country of origin enhancing the culinary culture of the nation.