Street food market operator Kerb recently underwent a three-week rebuild of its 34-trader Camden Market site, reopening at the beginning of October. The brand brought in new custom built kiosks for the market traders that maximise space and improve the overall experience for both food stalls and the people visiting them.
It also introduced five new traders to the public: Spice Box, a plant powered menu of jackfruit masala, sweet potato and summer greens peanut curry and more; Only Jerkin’, which puts a twist on dishes with traditional jerk flavours; Wei Wei’s wheel cakes; Bapitta; and The Big Cheese, which is a new project from Oh My Dog!
Ian Dodds, head of markets for Kerb, said “This represents a truer vision of our intentions for the site and another big step forward for London street food, with 34 brilliant traders in action seven days a week throughout the year.”
Kerb also recently celebrated five years of street food trading by bringing back its ‘Kerb alumni’ to trade alongside new faces and create collaboration dishes for £5 – with a celebration taking place on 20th and 21st October under the Kings Cross canopy. Bleeker and Bar created a ‘Blao’; Vicky’s and BluTop and ice cream doughnut toastie; and Decatur and Project Sandwich an NYC Bodega store deli sandwich.