Celebrate Kerb's 4th Birthday At This Street Food Bonanza

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Celebrate Kerb's 4th Birthday At This Street Food Bonanza
KERB knows how to throw a good party.

Kerb has led the way in improving London's street food scene for the past four years — and on 14 October they're throwing a big party at King's Cross to celebrate.

There will be lots of Kerb family favourites including Bleecker Burger sliders; Calcutta street food from Everybody Love Love Jahl Muri Express; mac and cheese fries with dipping sauce from Anna Mae's; chocolate bean-filled doughnuts from Vicky's Donuts, jerk skewers from White Men Can't Jerk... plus loads more.

The brilliant Angus with his Everybody Love Love Jhal Muri Express.

A number of street food traders will also collaborate, including vegan traders Club Mexicana with Spice Box, and BBQ Dreamz with Oh My Dog! (which = Dreamz Dogz).

Pulled jackfruit from vegan traders Spice Box.

Cocktails will come in the form of 'spiced tequila Tegronis' and 'Cool Runnings rum punch slushie'. Beer includes Fourpure Shapeshifter; Beavertown Neck Oil; Camden Unfiltered Hells and guest tap sours, IPAs and saisons.

Vicky's Donuts.

There will also be a beer can paddling pool, a lucky dip shooter on arrival and — maybe the best bit so wait for it — a hip hop marching band!


The party is on 14 October at west Handyside Canopy, King's Cross, from 5pm-11pm.

Tickets cost £4 plus booking fee and come with a special cocktail when booked online. We think this is going to be one unmissable, gut-busting bash. Find the full line up on the website.

Last Updated 30 September 2016