Ok who’s ready for some exciting foodie news? Remember we told you about the new street food court that’ll be opening at Lane7? Well we now have news of the first of their resident traders.
Yes, as well as shaking up the city’s entertainment scene Lane7 is set to add a tasty new dimension to the our food options too. Alongside the bowling, gaming and late-night bars will be Leicester’s very first permanent street food court and we now know that the first traders to be opening their kitchens alongside Lane7 will be Deckards, What’s Your Beef and Yardbirds.
Covering a range of global cuisines, including incredible vegan options, the traders will be open 7 days/week for anyone visiting Lane7, or for those wanting to take away.
First up, Deckards, who began their street food journey at Derby’s Bustler Market in 2017. Specialising in Bao – Taiwanese Steamed Buns, their Pan Asian influences melded with pop culture references has earned them an eager following of UK foodies. They commented, “We cannot wait to be slinging’ bao from Lane7’s new Leicester location! Bao, bowling and beer is something we can all get behind!”
Burger fans will be able to feast on proper grass-fed burgers from What’s Your Beef as the Manchester team bring their award-winning burgers to Lane7. Using grass fed and ethically reared beef from their multi-award-winning butcher, there’s no skimping on the quality with these burgers, whilst vegetarians and vegans can also look forward to a tasty range of menu items, including their popular Got No Beef burger.
The What’s Your Beef team commented, “We can’t wait to open up our new space at Lane7. The venue looks amazing and we’ve got big plans for Leicester along with some exciting specials lined up to come on the menu.”
Joining them, Yardbirds will be moving in with their all American-fried chicken and waffles. Enjoy a taste of Harlem in Leicester with their special recipe fried chicken and filthy fries.
A spokesperson for Lane7 commented, “We’re so excited about the line-up we have for our street food court. The former “Good Yard” area of the station is going to be an incredible feast of flavours and a foodie destination in its own right. At Lane7 we’re all about giving people a night to remember and the quality of these food traders certainly reflects that!”
Alongside outstanding street food, customers at Lane7 will also enjoy a range of themed bars including a Gin Kitchen, Slushie Bar, secret cocktail garden, coffee and cake, bubble waffles and much more.
Lane7 is set to open next month in the old Leicester Central Station (just behind the new Novotel). We can’t wait.