Kerb’s taken a rare trip out of King’s Cross to set up shop on the Southbank this weekend, and you should definitely pay it a visit.
On the bill are no less than 27 of the street food scene’s finest traders, ranging from the Mediterranean flavours of the Grilling Greek to more exotic options like Vinn Goute (Seychelles street food). There’s also a cocktail bar, artisan coffee stall, soda cart, several bakery stands and marvellous morsels of deep-fried goodness from You Doughnut.
Whilst we perused the options we tried a couple of cocktails from the Kerb bar, a rhubarb collins (so good I had to have two), and a Kerb Rum Punch (less exciting, only one was required). Boy went with an artisan brew from the other Kerb bar, which serves London beer – and London beer only!
Then it was decision time. We went for the meatiest thing on offer – pulled pork from Miss P’s BBQ, served with original BBQ sauce and crunchy coleslaw… which was deeeeelicious – and a massive portion for £5. We also tried the chicken souvlaki by Grilling Greek and a portion of their triple cooked feta fries – still the *best* chips in London town, hands down.
Kerb is at the Southbank all day tomorrow, and will return again in July. If you can’t make it don’t fear, you can catch the traders across London in the meantime – for all the details visit kerbfood.com.