KERB does Alchemy

Things to do, Food and drink events Southbank Centre , South Bank Until Monday May 29 2017 Free
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KERB does Alchemy

Spend a day on the South Bank crying spicy tears as KERB’s 27 food traders return to SE1 plating up punchy dishes from across India, Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka. The takeover is a branch of the Southbank’s Alchemy Festival of South Asian cultural events, so watch out for live poetry while you’re wolfing down those mac ‘n’ cheese-stuffed Mac’Waari naan’s from Anna Mae’s. 

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Venue name: Southbank Centre
Contact:
Address: Belvedere Rd
London
SE1 8XX
Opening hours: 10am-11pm Mon-Sun
Transport: Tube: Waterloo
Price: Free
Event website: https://theimagedatabase.com/shared/4211d45f-04c3-484d-a711-a60da4a6e344
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Chesca R
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Where to start, the curated selection of street food that KERB normally brings to the table is always a treat but add some spice into the mix and you are winning every time. Take a long, slow walk around to make sure you make wise choices, I have learnt the hard way the pain of choosing too early and having food envy minutes later. I whole heartedly recommend a homemade masala chai from the peckish peacock, the blend of spices will have you laughing at high street coffee shops for their poor attempts, I haven't eaten anything from the cheeky indian or rola wala for that matter that I don't like. My discovery of the day and something i have struggled to stop thinking about since was the cardamon and jaggery ice cream sandwich from Blu top, worth the visit alone. All in all the selection is fantastic, the prices are good and the food is amazing.