We found five places that we really think you should try - although from the look (and more importantly smell) of the other stalls, you should probably sample them all.

1. Denney's - @deeneys

Haggis gets a hard time in the food world, but Scottish street food team Denney's are hoping to change this.

The haggis toastie (from £5) is the most popular dish on the menu and can be pimped up with a bit of bacon too.

Manager Mick McGurk said: "We recently came second in Timeout's reader poll on the best street food stalls in London. We move around, but our base is Broadway Market - we are there every Saturday."

2. Bubble & - @bubbleandmarita

Owner Rupert Smith and his wife run this stall - which is all based around bubble and squeak.

He said: “We do a potato, cabbage and leak recipe, then you can add poached egg, smoked bacon, smoked haddock or for the veggie option we have poached egg and cashew.

“We have our classic (£5.50) and then I’ll change the toppings each time.”

The dishes are all gluten free and vegan options are also availabe.

3. A Taste of Portugal - @tasteof2014

Owner Sonia Melo said: "We have chorizo stew with homemade tomato sauce and traditional cod, which has been preserved for three months in sea salt.

"We also have our chicken Peri Peri. Portuguese curries and spices come from the ex colonies in Africa and our history."

All dishes mentioned above are £6.50 and come with a variety of sides.

4. Panka Peru - @pankaperu

How about some traditional Peruvian fare like the vegan quinoto (£5, quinoa, vegetables and black and giant corn) or the pork carapulcra (£5.50, pork and sundried tomato stew).

Owner Julio Brujis said: "When we started the business five or six years ago hardly anywhere was selling Peruvian food, but now there are a few out there. We only do the markets and now have an industrial kitchen - but we started out cooking from our home."

The team are also at St Katharine Docks and Shepherds Market.

5. Comptoir Gourmand - @ComptoirG

For those with a sweet tooth, the stacks of giant cookies are hard to deny.

Everything at this French bakery is homemade and fresh - but it's not just French pastries and cakes, there are also a few specialities from Portugal and New Zealand in there.

The team can also be found at their base in Bermondsey.