You’ll be spoilt for choice with some of the most delectable street food in London. The traders are constantly on rotation across KERB's different venues - we've picked a few out of the vast array of colourful food stands to give you a sense of KERB's culturally diverse and imaginative selection of vendors. From vegan flatbreads to sweet treats there are gastronomical delights to suit all tastes.
You’ll get serious phô mo for these carefully crafted Vietnamese dishes, transporting you to the streets of Hanoi with delicious fresh ingredients, and giving typical Vietnamese street food an innovative European twist. Their Bún Bò (lemongrass beef) and Chà Cá (turmeric and dill white fish) are particular specialties. You’ll find them across KERB’s venues.
Vin Goute – Seychelles Kitchen
This Creole kitchen is run by a lively family – the stall itself has a happy and vibrant atmosphere that brightens up the wintriest of working lunches. Their wraps are teeming with the flavours of the Seychelles, and the stall is lit up with fairy lights. Try their Authentic Octopus Coconut Curry and Halal Goat Curry all served with Safran Rice and papaya and carrot chutney, or fresh salad.
Utilising the finest Kentish crab in a mouth-watering array of foodie forms- including a soft shell crab burger- the subtle taste of the sunny Kent coast finds a home in the bustle of a London street.
Hearty and cheeky versions of safe dishes like burgers or braised beef are amped up using the richness of unfashionable cuts like heart and cheek.
These are just a few example of the denizens of KERB: a fleet of wild and colourful street food vans, each with their own eccentric theme. Have a look at KERB's other venues and sample the best that these inspirational London vendors have to offer your tastebuds.
|What||KERB, West India Quay|
|Where||KERB West India Quay, Hertsmere Road , London, E14 4AF | MAP|
|Nearest tube||West India Quay (underground)|
01 Apr 16 – 01 Sep 16, Wednesdays-Fridays, 12pm-2pm
|Website||Click here for more information.|