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Restaurants, Street food King’s Cross
4 out of 5 stars
(11user reviews)

Time Out says

The main branch of a regularly changing roster of street-food vendors, Kerb is handily pitched at Granary Square on late weekday lunchtimes with up to nine traders each day. Drawn from longstanding ‘KERBanists’ and upstart newbies from the ‘inKERBators’ ’new talent scheme’, these might include city-best stalls like Burger & Beyond, Anna Mae’s and the Kimchinary (there are many, many more on the Kerb books): very useful if you work nearby or are heading to/from the station. ‘Making cities taste better’ is their motto – and they seem to be on the right track.  



Address: Granary Square
Transport: Tube: King's Cross St Pancras
Opening hours: Wednesday-Friday noon-2pm
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Users say (11)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.8 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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  • 2 star:0
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Great Food Trucks.

I am often in Kings Cross and this is one of my favourite places to get food.

I often go at lunch time to get a quick but delicious meal. Food trucks sometimes change so you can keep expecting new dishes.


An amazing market that holds a variety of events as well, such as 'Livin' on The Veg'. 8 street food stalls offered a portion to customers to review and hopefully vote for them to be awarded the Golden Carrot. It was vegan junk food heaven withdeep fried buffalo wings, chocolate brownie mud pies, red Thai curry pots, chip butties and Tandoori naans. 

The contenders were; Biff’s Jack Shack – double fried jackfruit buffalo wings, Petare - Venezuelan ‘chip butty’, Lemlem Kitchen –  Timtimo split pea afro-taco, Eat Chay –Korean BBQ Bahn Mi baguette filled with crispy seitan, Spice Box – charred makhani-smothered tandoori cauli steak, Temple of Seitan – fried ‘chicken’ slider in an agave mustard glaze, Greedy Khao –Thai red curry tofu and butternut squash, Young Vegans –chocolate peanut butter mud pie brownies. 

Included in your ticket was a drink and throughout the night there was even Mr Potato Head's vegetable decorating corner. It was a night of fun, fantastic food and great music. I cant wait to go to other KERB locations and will keep an eye out for more events popping up soon. 


Found it kind of difficult to find as it is tucked behind all of the work being done on King's Cross station. It's a relatively small selection of traders compared to their other sites but they are constantly changing so lots of variety. The Grilling Greek and their souvlaki is a must!


If you head down just after lunch time, not only are there not loads of people about but you might even get a bit of a deal! I opted for Spicebox and thoroughly enjoyed it- fresh and delicious and with a kick as well! 

Best food you'll find affordably around King's Cross, much better than that Boots deal you were debating at the Station. 


Long waits and not many vendors, but the ones who are there are well chosen. Prices for mains start at around £6. Club Mexicana is highly recommended, as is sitting along the canal with your food on a warm afternoon. 


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!

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