Queues held me back a bit but Mexican Seoul the best - had all the tacos at 6 for £10, 2 of each flavour, which were nice but particularly the beef were amazing, then back for the chicken wings that I really wanted in the first place before they said it was a 15 minute. £8 for 5 or 6 giant wings (more like legs), super crispy and in an incredible sauce.
Found some momos too near the BBC Intro, very tasty of course, and the dhal with rice was decent for a fiver and to get a bit more filled up.
Paella - the £5 portion was more than enough and very tasty as always, even though I make my own quite regularly and theirs wasn't that much better. Olives also very tasty.
Pasty has been mentioned I think heading towards CV East, for me if the same one I was on the way to Acoustic from the back of Pyramid. Bought it before Paul & Jacqui and ate it when I get home (to the tent afterwards)! Very nice and huge, almost Oggie size?
Lastly, pie for £4 on its own or chips and an excellent curry sauce only £1 extra! Nothing to write home about in general, but at about 4 am with not much open it was a decent meal to fall asleep in your belly. Near Leftfield I think, I seem to remember walking past Eat The Farm.
Oh and on that note, their breakfast burger for a fiver was very very good flavour and value. I settled for the much closer breakfast quesadillas that I always get opposite Other after that, which were also nice as usual and not bad for £6.= either.