Kerb at Camden Market

Street food markets are my absolute favourite places to go in London. I'm pretty convinced that anything that has Kerb's name on it will be my favourite since that time Flick, Persephone and I played Kerb-bingo last year. 

In previous years, locations such as the Southbank have hosted Kerb for a few weekends during the summer. But now its back and better than ever, hosted by Camden Market 7 days a week, 364 days a year. Launching over the weekend, Nicola and I popped over to check out what was on offer. 

Oh My Dog! and their seriously tasty dogs. With a rotating menu of American classics we opted for the YumDog in a demi-brioche bun, secret sauce, gherkins, lettuce, mustard and onions. A classic frank which could only be made better with crispy onions in place of regular fried onions. Got to love a little crunch with your gherks.

Cupcakes and Shhht's selection of gluten free and vegan treats includes strawberry and matcha cupcakes (incredible), super fudgy brownies and even vegan freakshakes if that's your bag.

From Ghetto Grillz, behold the East London Classic. Pulled salt beef brisket, english mustard and pickles. The ultimate dream! I'm seriously considering downing the brioche and asking for all my burgers in a bagel now.

Did someone say ice cream? Blu top's in town with incredible flavours like brown toast and jam and cinnamon snickerdoodle.

Other noteworthy favourites include one of my top gin picks, Half Hitch, Kimchinary for Korean burritos and Mac Factory for gourmet mac n cheese.

Head down to Kerb's new home in Camden Market for 35 traders, 7 days a week. 11am-6pm weekdays and till 11pm on Friday's and Saturdays. You'll be spoilt for choice.

More information on the Kerb gods here! Thanks to the Kerb team for inviting us down to preview x

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