A changing roster of accomplished street food vendors in Granary Square, King’s Cross.
Kerb (formerly known as Eat.st) runs a series of street food sites across London. This King's Cross location is the main one, operating most weekday lunchtimes on Granary Square north of the rail station, with up to seven different traders a day. There are also two sites in the City, at the Gherkin (Thursdays) and Spitalfields (Wednesdays), with half a dozen stalls each. On the first Wednesday of the month a group of traders head to Paddington, and on the last Wednesday of the month, a dozen stallholders pitch up at UCL in Bloomsbury.
The company's motto is 'Making cities taste better', and Kerb's website lists all the different traders, and who will be operating when and where.
|Opening hours:||Open noon-2pm Tue-Fri|
|Transport:||Tube: King's Cross St Pancras tube/rail|
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I adore this place.. Offering an array of mouth-watering spice infusions that are sure to get your taste buds sizzling. Kerb adds an element of surprise when you turn up and faced with a selection of eats and promising aromas.
Good thing which let me know I have open options to taste more varieties of food! My friends and family from other countries always have negative review about UK food varieties, now here's a better chance to taste the best of it! Looking forward!