Our favourite street food collective Kerb has just relaunched at a new site – not during the week in the centre of town, as in the past – but on a Saturday in leafy residential Maida Vale (at Maida Hill Place, W9 3EU). There’s a rotating array of half a dozen or so stalls each week – check the Kerb website to find out who’s rocking up on the next Saturday. It might be Rola Wala (super-thin tandoori naan wraps with a choice of spicy Indian fillings), Rainbo (chicken, pork or tofu gyoza and Asian salads) or You Doughnut (mini doughnuts with assorted toppings, from warm salted caramel white choc, vanilla and cardamom). Yum!
If west London’s not your ’hood, remember that Kerb’s long-running market at King’s Cross (noon-2.30pm Tuesday to Friday) is still going strong. Sadly, though, its City pitch outside the Gherkin isn’t, due to an ongoing dispute with the City of London Corporation.
Find out more about Kerb King’s Cross.