KERB your enthusiasm

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This spring, street food collective KERB will launch a new outdoor market that’s sure to have foodies swarming all over London’s Southbank. On 4 April from noon until 9.30pm, a total of 27 vans and stalls will line the space behind the Southbank Centre on Belvedere Road for the entire weekend.

Craft beer bar, The Cellar, and a custom-built cocktail bar, in association with Manhattan’s Project, will take part in KERB for the first time. The Grilling Greek (pork, chicken and halloumi pitas), rainbo (homemade gyoza dumplings and miso soup), Kimchinary (Korean burritos with kimchi fried rice), Tongue ‘n’ Cheek (meaty sandwiches and burgers) and You Doughnut (fairly self-explanatory) will also be among the traders on offer. 

Last year, KERB, founded by entrepreneur Petra Barran, had residencies at Granary Square in Kings Cross and Maida Hill Place. More information.

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