As you may already know, Camden is not short of markets. But this one is not to be missed.
The West Yard by Lock 17 of the canal was revamped to bring KERB to this atmospheric area. With over 35 rotating traders, the only downside will be choosing which dish to have!
KERB is a street food collective and they run markets across the capital. If you can’t make it to Camden, make your way to Paddington, King’s Cross, the Gherkin or KERB On the Quay. Please check their website for the trading hours of other markets.
12 – 5pm
This market runs from Monday to Sunday.
KERB Camden offers such a variety that you can’t go wrong. Here’s just three of our favourites:
The Cheese Wheel
There’s only one thing that can remedy the Tuesday blues: cheese. The first stall of its kind in the UK, try to stop yourself dribbling as freshly made pasta is dunked, drenched and dished from a giant Gran Padano wheel. The Cheese Wheel offers indulgent toppings including prawns, wild mushroom and a white wine cream sauce.
If you’re still on track with your New Year resolutions, Nazari might be a more suitable option for you. Choose from falafel or halloumi to play the centrepiece in this Moorish wrap. Or save yourself the worry and opt for both. With a delicious range of sprinkles, pickles, sauces and salads to complement, tuck into British-grown, organic fava beans for a healthy protein hit.
Flee London’s grey skies for 30 minutes with a Vietnamese street eat set to transport your tastebuds. Hanoi Kitchen offers Bun (rice noodle) pots, Banh Mi (Vietnamese baguettes) and Summer Rolls. The perfect balance between spicy and fragrant, all dishes have a generous heaping of lime, garlic, ginger and chilli. The 12 braised pulled pork bun pot is a personal favourite of ours.
Please note, Kerb’s traders rotate regularly – check the website for details.