About Time: You Visited KERB’s New Market in Crouch EndBy Alicia Grimshaw
KERB are on a roll at the moment; spanning markets from Camden to West India Quay, King’s Cross to The Gherkin, and their newly opened market in St Katharine Docks already bringing in the hungry masses, KERB are showing no signs of slowing down any time soon.
The street food pioneers are launching a brand new market concept, KERB X, aimed at powering local markets and showcasing local talent at their new digs, Hornsey Town Hall. Featuring a delicious melting pot of the best street food, local craft and produce, every Saturday KERB X will be a one stop food celebration and more.
Kerb X Hornsey Town Hall: The Lowdown
Expanding and developing on the concept of the Farmers’ Market, KERB X launches as KERB’s first market collaborations, bringing together a selection of the hottest street food talent in London and partnering with businesses from in and around Crouch End to give locals everything they want from a weekend market: brilliant hot food, produce, craftsmanship, bars, coffee – all in one place.
Launching on Saturday (25th August), KERB X Hornsey Town Hall is part of an ongoing transformation of Hornsey Town Hall which will see the historic site restored and redeveloped to encompass a world class Arts Centre complete with a private cinema and a rooftop bar complete with stunning views over Alexandra Palace.
Kerb X Hornsey Town Hall: Traders
The best of KERB’s fleet of traders and local craft and produce will be on rotation across the market every Saturday. (See full list of KERBanists here). The first wave for KERB X Hornsey Town Hall have been announced:
BBQ Dreamz – Lee and Sinead’s Filipino backyard BBQ: expect adobo glaze pork belly and satay chicken mega boxes.
Baggio Burger – Nino’s Amalfi Coast inspired chuck steak burgers featuring Nduja Really Like It, and Classico Roberto with their signature 28 day dry aged chuck steak patty with garlic and balsamic, topped with melted mozzarella, crispy Parma Ham, sundried tomato relish and rocket, served in a brioche bun.
The Beefsteaks – Butcher’s steak and chips with Alex Pashby’s homemade chimichurri or peppercorn sauce.
Wilderbee – The UK’s original chilli infused honey.
Wildes Cheese – Wildes Cheese is a small award winning independent artisan cheese making company based in the heart of the city on an industrial estate in Tottenham, North London.
Heron Hawker – Retail and workshop space based in North London.
Dunns (starting beginning of Sept) – Fifth generation family run bakery deep-rooted in the Crouch End community.
Photo Credit: Jake Davies
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