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Street food trailblazers, KERB, are currently undergoing a three week rebuild of their 34 trader, 364-day-a-year KERB Camden Market.

After 12 months of record-breaking trading, KERB are bringing in brand new custom built kiosks for the market traders and a new layout, maximising the space and improving the overall experience - for traders and customers alike. KERB will be unveiling their beautiful new home officially on 7th Octoberand with it, five brand spanking new traders; Only Jerkin', Wei Wei's, Bapitta, Spicebox and The Big Cheese, adding to what is already the greatest food line up in London. KERB Camden Market officially reopens on 7th October. For more information on the rebuild story, head to https://www.kerbfood.com/rebuilding-kerb-camden-market/.

Since launching, KERB Camden Market  has been voted one of Time Out's top restaurant openings of 2016 and has fed over 1.5 million people over the past 12 months, with a number of KERB traders gaining social media notoriety from The Cheese Wheel's freshly rolled pasta dunked into a wheel of cheese, to Oli Baba’s halloumi fries.


The rebuild will bring 34 attractive and super-functional new kiosks and a revised layout that will take the market to a whole new level. KERB's brand spanking new traders to look out for include:

  • Spice Box - Plant powered magic boxes of Jackfruit Tikka Masala, Sweet Potato and Summer Greens Peanut Curry and more
  • Only Jerkin’ - Jamaican Soul Food - putting a twist on dishes with traditional jerk flavours!
  • Wei Wei’s - Wheel cake extraordinaires
  • Bapitta - A brand new KERB trader
  • The Big Cheese - A brand new project from Oh My Dog!

Ian Dodds, Head Of Markets, KERB, comments: "Please do join us in October to see the next stage in the life of KERB Camden Market – a truer vision of our intentions for the site and another big step forward for London street food, with 34 brilliant traders in action 7 days a week throughout the year".

This October, KERB celebrate 5 years of street food trailblazing with a star-studded birthday bonanza bigger and better than ever before. KERB will be bringing back old faces (KERB Alumni) to trade alongside the new (inKERBator graduates) and cook up a never-created-before KERBlaboration-themed £5 dishes at the 5th birthday party - (behold street food titans Bleecker x Bao going head to head with the surprise “Blao”; Vicky’s x BluTop’s ice cream donut toastie and Decatur x Project Sandwich’s NYC Bodega store deli sandwich, to name a few). Also for the birthday extravaganza KERB will invite four KERB Alumni back (Bleecker BurgerYum BunThe Ribman and Rola Wala) to guest trade at their KERB Gherkin lunch market alongside releasing the KERB LIFE podcast - a sonic feast exploring the London food scene.

KERB’s 5th Birthday Party will take place on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st October under the Kings Cross Canopy. KERB's returning Alumni including Bleecker BurgerYum BunThe Ribman and Rola Wala will be popping up at KERB Gherkin lunch market every Thursday throughout October.

Vita Coco is inviting Londoners down to #JustGetThirsty at its brand new beach hangout, the Vita Coco Coconut Grove at Potters Field Park, Southwark, on Thursday 30 June and Friday 1 July.

Vita Coco is encouraging the public to get thirsty by shimmying up a 23ft coconut tree, matching the scores of their fellow attendees, as well as those of the well-known faces who will be popping up at the event. Whether it is the fastest, the funniest or the most ridiculous, everyone who has a go will be entered into a draw to win one of two unique adventurous fun- filled trips.

Open from 7am to 8pm, with free entry to all, the stunning replica of a tropical beach offers loads of different thirst-making activities,from boogying to Brazilian beats, snapping moving selfies in a GIF photo booth to create gorgeous beach shots and the opportunity to try your hand at climbing a life-size 23ft coconut tree – bring your friends, race your colleagues and have fun whilst doing it!

All guests at the action-packed and fun-filled event will have the chance to sip on delicious Vita Coco Coconut Water from the on-site Beach Shack. There’ll also be street food on offer, with Vita Coco Coconut Oil teaming up with KERB, London’s top street food vendors, to sell delicious coconut-inspired dishes from acclaimed  street chef Oli Baba.

Powering up the Coconut Grove, will be Noble Espresso, who will be offering free ‘powered-up coffees’. The blend of espresso coffee and Vita Coco 100% raw, organic, cold-pressed, extra virgin Coconut Oil will be sure to help put that little extra energy into your day and help to power you through the range of activities on offer...

Beech in Canary WarfThis summer, Wood Wharf at Canary Wharf will be transformed for Action for Kids’ Beach Volleyball Championships from 30th June to 18th July. The waterfront area will be filled with more than 160 tonnes of sand by the children’s disability charity, to accommodate two beach volleyball courts.

With almost 3,000 Londoners hitting the courts last year to prove their skills and have a laugh, the event is a winner among corporate employees, schools and young disabled children alike. Top UK beach and volleyball athletes who have coached teams and schools include Ben Pipes, Phil Smith and the Paralympians’ Sitting Volleyball Captain, Rob Richardson.

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said: “Action for Kids is an incredible charity helping young disabled Londoners to get active through sport. I hope the Beach Volleyball Championships raise plenty of cash to help this excellent cause.”

For those who want to test their friends or colleagues, teams of five to 12 people can enter the action-packed tournament on 18th July if they pledge to raise a target amount for the charity. Team entry includes two hours of coaching from qualified Volleyball England coaches, entry into the Sitting Volleyball Tournament, lunch, a goodie bag and company profile listed in the event brochure.

For those more into spectator sport, there is Wood Wharf’s newest bar CNTNR, a waterfront pop-up made of up-cycled materials and housed within a 20ft disused shipping container. Furnished with help from swimwear style expert and Jubilee Place store Orlebar Brown, the bar is the perfect destination for a refreshing Pimms while viewing the beach volleyball action. Or tuck into some delicious dishes from KERB, the trendy London collective of mobile street food traders who are serve up their original food at the event such as giant Polish hot dogs, full racks of sticky beef ribs, exotic Creole fish of the day, Korean tacos with confit duck or winter greens or marinated ox cheeks.

Action for Kids also hosts a series of taster sessions and events to showcase the sport for non-disabled and disabled people, and encourage schools and community groups to take part. These include sitting volleyball, a chance to watch top athletes compete in an elite tournament hosted by the specialists in volleyball, SideOut, as well as fitness classes.



The space at Granary Square as long been mourning for the lack of KERB in its life but it needs to mourn no more as the summer is here, the grass has been laid on the huge steps by the lock and KERB is about to return!

You can expect all your favourite KERB belly filling options, Cappish, Miss P’s Barbeque, and the Grilling Greek to name the tips of the iceberg.

Remember though it's not every Saturday, you'll find KERB at Kings Cross on the third Sat of each month until October - don't turn up on the wrong one or you'll be very disappointed.

So you can get it in your calendar the dates are -

21st June, 19th July, 16th Aug, 20th Sept, 18th Oct 2014

Granary Square, King’s Cross, N1C 4AA


Kerb kings crossKings Cross gets a big fat Kerb edition this Saturday in the Granary Square. You can find the Kerb street food traders down Eat Street just behind Kings Cross station most days already but this is an edition for those that don't work or live to close.

On Saturday 29th the below list of traders will be at Granary Square

  • Miss P’s Barbeque - Cajun fish sandwiches, pulled pork or turkey and "Bad Boy" beef ribs.
  • Ice Kitchen ice lollies – strawberries and cream, fresh mango, rose and pistachio or tequila slammer.
  • Good & Proper Tea  - specifically sourced tea with savoury or sweet square crumpets.
  • Shebeen Queen - South African inspired cuisine including traditional boerewors sausages, pap and sous and Indian bobotie.
  • Sorbitium ice cream - flavours include salted caramel or burnt honey caramel ice cream, sherry-poached apricot sherbet, rhubarb and orange blossom sorbet.
  • Food Cycle - £3 sustainable dishes from discarded supermarket food, raising money for their charity.
  • Vestal Vodka - with Vestal Voyages from the canal and a Bloody Mary Bar on the Square.
  • Plus - loads more to be announced and Caravan will be serving their much-loved coffee.

KERB Saturdays runs from 10am until 2pm, other Saturdays you can find the Kerb lot at Granary square include 3rd August and 7th September. Find Kerb on twitter.