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KERB Camden Market: food, friends and falafel

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London has an abundance of food-truck talent. Whether it’s your local coffee caravan or a bacon butty stall outside your office, the city has delicious food on offer almost everywhere; but it’s not often found in the same place, at the same time.

That’s where KERB Camden comes in, busting down the town with delicious flavours from all corners of the globe, breaking street-food stereotypes by serving authentic eats from food-obsessed entrepreneurs, with a dollop of locally sourced, barrel-aged sriracha on the side.

Khoollect visits Kerb CamdenA food market that’s open all day, every day. It’s the type of special place you can pop out to during your lunch break for a smoothie, some falafel and even a couple of freshly-dusted sugar and cinnamon churros for dessert.

khoollect visits kerb camdenAlthough Team Khoollect has (so far) only lunched and munched at KERB Camden, there are five KERB food markets located across the city. Best of all, the lovely folks who run KERB are always adding interesting stores and sellers, so no two days or lunches ever have to be the same. Did someone say hot dogs on a Monday, loaded fries on a Tuesday and toasted cheese on a Wednesday? Team KERB sure did, and we’ve heard them loud and clear.

kerb camden 06So, where did KERB begin and what’s the market all about? KERB is renown for offering the best street-food eats to Londoners. The team’s goal is to continue improving the quality of London’s street food and make deliciousness thrive in a city where small food businesses can often turn anonymous. The markets are a legitimate platform for talented foodie businesses and also offers support for small creative food companies. Overall, KERB is all about providing delicious experiences and fun for everyone.

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What can you expect for lunch at KERB Camden? Team Khoollect chose from the following favourite food trucks …

  • The Cheese Wheel for hand-rolled pasta dunked in a delicious wheel of melted parmesan.
  • Oli Baba’s for the sweet and salty cheese lover who likes their halloumi extra crispy and fried.
  • Get your Indian food fix at Roti House, which serves up slow-cooked chicken tandoori dreams with a side of housemade garlic naan.
  • Order a L.A. Chick Bagel from the sibling duo at Ghetto Grillz; because there’s no better combination than juicy lime, chicken and avocado.
  • Nazari for their famous falafel made out of British fava beans.

Have you feasted at the KERB food markets before? Comment your favourite food truck eats below!

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London has an abundance of food-truck talent. Whether it’s your local coffee caravan or a bacon butty stall outside your office, the city has delicious food on offer almost everywhere; but it’s not often found in the same place, at the same time.

That’s where KERB Camden comes in, busting down the town with delicious flavours from all corners of the globe, breaking street-food stereotypes by serving authentic eats from food-obsessed entrepreneurs, with a dollop of locally sourced, barrel-aged sriracha on the side.

Khoollect visits Kerb CamdenA food market that’s open all day, every day. It’s the type of special place you can pop out to during your lunch break for a smoothie, some falafel and even a couple of freshly-dusted sugar and cinnamon churros for dessert.

khoollect visits kerb camdenAlthough Team Khoollect has (so far) only lunched and munched at KERB Camden, there are five KERB food markets located across the city. Best of all, the lovely folks who run KERB are always adding interesting stores and sellers, so no two days or lunches ever have to be the same. Did someone say hot dogs on a Monday, loaded fries on a Tuesday and toasted cheese on a Wednesday? Team KERB sure did, and we’ve heard them loud and clear.

kerb camden 06So, where did KERB begin and what’s the market all about? KERB is renown for offering the best street-food eats to Londoners. The team’s goal is to continue improving the quality of London’s street food and make deliciousness thrive in a city where small food businesses can often turn anonymous. The markets are a legitimate platform for talented foodie businesses and also offers support for small creative food companies. Overall, KERB is all about providing delicious experiences and fun for everyone.

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What can you expect for lunch at KERB Camden? Team Khoollect chose from the following favourite food trucks …

  • The Cheese Wheel for hand-rolled pasta dunked in a delicious wheel of melted parmesan.
  • Oli Baba’s for the sweet and salty cheese lover who likes their halloumi extra crispy and fried.
  • Get your Indian food fix at Roti House, which serves up slow-cooked chicken tandoori dreams with a side of housemade garlic naan.
  • Order a L.A. Chick Bagel from the sibling duo at Ghetto Grillz; because there’s no better combination than juicy lime, chicken and avocado.
  • Nazari for their famous falafel made out of British fava beans.

Have you feasted at the KERB food markets before? Comment your favourite food truck eats below!

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Jo Rob 3 years ago

Check out the new Levantine restaurant “Zala” serving amazing flatbreads and other tasty morsels!

Karen 3 years ago

Yes! I went to Kerb at Kings Cross on the first day of my most recent trip to London last September. I had Poke. Lovely sunny day, good memories . . .

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