Get Your Arctic Roll On At Kerb's Guiltiest Pleasures Festival

By Lydia Manch Last edited 20 months ago

Looks like this article is a bit old. Be aware that information may have changed since it was published.

Get Your Arctic Roll On At Kerb's Guiltiest Pleasures Festival
Prepare yourself for dumplings-on-a-pizza level of decadence going down at Kerb's Guiltiest Pleasures festival.

For just two days in July, street food kings KERB are throwing a festival. And what a festival...

On Friday 21 July and Saturday 22 July, you'll find King's Cross crammed with deluxe arctic rolls, korma-covered chips and milkshake-filled doughnuts.

Entry to the weekender's free, but there'll be no shortage of one-off, delicious — and sometimes, totally lunatic — ways to part with your cash.

KERB's regular traders have been asked to cook up their guiltiest pleasures... and they've risen to the occasion, with dishes on the menu ranging from genius to bizarre. And often both.

Stalls cooking up brand new twists on their usual food include Vicky's Donuts, Taco Dave and meatball merchants Capish.

Choose between crisp butties from Project Sandwich and Only Jerkin's fried chicken on banana waffles with rum ice cream — and between Curry On's korma on chips, and Hank's prawn cocktail cones.

Or don't choose... just have them all, and drown any guilt in sea of nostalgia cocktails. Pina Kerb-Lada or Sex-On-The-Concrete, anybody?

In for a guilty penny, in for a guilty pound.

KERB Presents Its Guiltiest Pleasures, Friday 21 July and Saturday 22 July. Granary Square, King's Cross, N1.

Last Updated 11 August 2017