be up your street

be (just/right) up (one's) street

To be ideally suited to one's interests. Anna loves watching movies, so I'm sure she'll go to the film festival with you—that's right up her street.
See also: street, up

be (right) up your ˈstreet

(especially British English) (American English usually be (right) up your ˈalley) (informal) be suitable for you: Why don’t you apply for this job? It looks right up your street. OPPOSITE: not be somebody’s cup of tea
See also: street, up