Operating under the name of Seven Dials Market, KERB’s new site is not only the company’s first permanent home, but the West End’s first permanent covered food market. The venue itself is Thomas Neal’s Warehouse on Short’s Gardens, a 19th century space formerly used to store bananas and cucumbers. KERB has signed a lease with the landlord, property company Shaftesbury, to acquire the space, which doubles up as the street food collective’s flagship and headquarters.
Food by award-winning KERB trader BBQ Dreamz
KERB’s Seven Dials Market is a 22,000 sq ft space spread across two floors, with room for 26 traders and hundreds of visitors. Replacing its usual food trucks with polished counters, KERB Seven Dials will house a mix of street food traders, deli stalls, a florist and a bookshop. It’s yet to be announced which of KERB’s signature food traders are taking up residence at the new Seven Dials site, but with the likes of award-winning Filipino pop-up BBQ Dreamz and food stall-turned-restaurant Burger & Beyond under the KERB umbrella brand, we’re expecting big, tasty things.
|What||Seven Dials Market, KERB, Seven Dials|
|Where||Seven Dials Market, KERB Covent Garden, Thomas Neal’s Warehouse, London, WC2H 9LX | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Covent Garden (underground)|
|Website||Click here for more information|