Can you remember a time before street food, when you had to eat in actual restaurants? Us neither. But back in those dark days, before there were stalls on every corner, Kerb was one of the first outfits to introduce Londoners to the joys of casual cuisine. When Petra Barran founded Kerb in 2012, she wanted to create ‘an exciting, independent and diverse foodscape on the streets of London’. And that she has. What started as one market with eight stalls has grown to five sites across town and 70 regular traders. Now, to celebrate four years of showcasing raw (and cooked) street foodie talent, Kerb is throwing a mega birthday bash this Friday in King’s Cross with £4 entry and £4 dishes. Head down from 5pm for one-off Kerblaborations between traders, special cocktails (like Birthday Cake Spritz), a big old beer bar, live music and maybe even dancing. If you’re not too full.