Update 22/7/19 with more traders
Over the years, KERB, after starting at King's Cross, have gone on to conquer all parts of London with their lunchtime street food markets (and some great evening events). And now they've finally decided to go indoors for their next venture, a covered market at Seven Dials.
They're taking over the 19th century Thomas Neal’s Warehouse in Seven Dials - which was apparently a former banana storage building (and it's pretty big at 22,000 sq ft). They'll be turning it into their first permanent indoor marketplace, open all day from breakfast to dinner.
The main event will be a thoroughfare called Cucumber Alley where "local businesses stock deli items such as artisan pies and fresh bread, as well as a florist and bookshop." And carrying on KERB's history of incubating street-food talents early on, they'll be hosting regular workshops by "London’s food entrepreneurs" too.
Those first traders have been announced as:
- Club Mexicana - with their Mexican street food, with tacos including beer battered tofish, jackfruit carnitas, and annatto glazed tempeh
- Yum Bun - bringing their steamed buns to Covent Garden
- Rice Guys - modern Chinese bowls including Iberico pork char-sui over rice
- INK - fish and chips including fritto misto sharing plates, fresh battered fish, crispy salt and pepper squid and triple cooked chips
- Square Root - a "temperance bar" with botanical and seasonal sodas
- Pick and Cheese - a conveyor belt of cheeses from The Cheese Bar.
- Nanban from Tim Anderson, focusing on ramen
- Strozzapretti - from the original team behind Franco Manca - all about pasta.
- Claw - with crab and lobster rolls, mac and cheese and lots more
- Monty's Deli with their top salt beef and pastrami sandwiches.
It's due in September 2019 - so we'll have more updates in the run-up to the opening.
More about Seven Dials Market
Where is it? Thomas Neal's Warehouse, London WC2H 9QW
When does it open? 6 September 2019
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