he independent streetfoodie collective we all know and love is launching KERB X next month, an initiative aimed at powering local markets and showcasing talent. As usual, there’ll be a melting pot of mouth-watering goodies on offer, but more than that, the space will be a haven for top-notch craft and produce.
To achieve that, businesses from in and around the diverse and ever-changing area will be collaborating to give the community a one-stop spot for eating, drinking, arts and culture.
Fusing food and creative flair, it will operate within the archways shared by bar and gallery Peckham Springs, microbrewery and taprooom Brick (with their residents Slow Ritchies cooking up BBQ meats) and gin distillery Little Bird. The multi-venue space will be a celebration of what the locality has to offer.
And what delights will the traders be dishing out on a weekly basis? The likes of eight hour smoked char siu pork ribs from Smokin Lotus, African-inspired pots from Cally Munchy, grilled cheese sarnies from Meltsmiths and fried chook from Da ja.
Vegan? Biff’s Jack Shack will be rustling up animal-free wings and burgers, and there’ll be plant-based Vietnamese fare from Eat Chay.
If you like the sound of all that but live north, there’s a second site opening in Crouch End: swing by Hornsey Town Hall on September 1st to check it out, too.
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