King’s Cross – KERB

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I’m so excited about finding this food market. What a story. All of my years in London, I have used St Pancras Station to travel back and forth to family in Sheffield. 2 years ago I discovered Camley Street Natural park which I love. Now, I will be arriving at the station well before the time of my train to sample the offerings at Kerb.

Day: Mon-Fri
Time: 11am-2:30pm
Who: 4-7 Traders Each Day

“The much-loved and much documented market at the top of King’s Boulevard has been run since October 2011 by Petra Barran – first under the name of the former street food collective, eat.st, and now, since October 2012, as KERB.

What sets KERB apart from other markets in London is its rotating and ever-evolving array of carefully picked stalls and vans. Being average or predictable isn’t an option – it’s deliciousness all the way from London’s most exciting new food crew. We switch offerings daily so that you can eat here several times a day, five days a week, and still not double-up. (Who’s up for that challenge?)

Every trader is a member of KERB and comes having passed our strict joining process. This means flavour, personality and kerbside spirit guaranteed from whoever slings to you. As the METRO’s Marina O’Loughlin says, “These aren’t your average mobile food merchants” – check out the KX Rota to the right to see who’s on when, and then come and find out why!”

See on www.kerbfood.com

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