Street food pioneer Kerb is set to open the doors to its first-ever permanent home, following the transformation of a historic warehouse in the heart of London’s West End. Occupying 24,000 square foot, Seven Dials Market is the new all-day destination packed with 25 independent food businesses, all with roots in the city’s streets and markets, alongside a bar and bookshop that support Kerb’s dedication to all things tasty in London.
Situated in Seven Dials Market’s Banana Warehouse will be 13 diverse and independent food and drink traders. Upstairs, visitors can take a seat at the world’s first cheese conveyer belt, Pick & Cheese, visit Square Root’s Temperance Bar, Soda Stage, or feast on award-winning vegan Mexican-Californian street food by Club Mexicana. Jewish deli Monty’s Deli, meanwhile, will be bringing its world-class reuben sandwiches to the West End, while seafood restaurant Claw will be cooking up sustainable lobster rolls.
Petra Barran, founder of Kerb, said: “After seven years of creating and supporting a community of food traders to thrive on the streets of London, we are incredibly excited to be taking the next step. Seven Dials Market has been a long-standing dream of ours and a complete labour of love for myself and all the team.
“Our ambition is to build not only a home for excellent, independent food businesses to grow in, but a welcoming, open space for everyone to enjoy a big slice of London in too.”