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Kerb Camden Lates

Camden has always succeeded in reinventing itself with each decade, bringing its distinctive vibe to new generations of Londoners and visitors. It’s always been a destination for SEEN, from her earliest days in the capital in the eighties, when those sheep jumpers worn by Princess Diana were all the rage – remember them? And now Kerb Camden Market opens its doors for 7 consecutive Friday nights of fabulous street Food, DJs & bars. They’ve certainly got the weather for it. If you didn’t know, Kerb started in 2015, offering 34 street food traders, 7 days a week, 364 days a year. An ambitious move when so much street food remains strictly of the pop-up variety.

For seven Fridays KERB Camden Market – home to London’s greatest street food lineup – will be staying up late and hosting a series of sunset sessions with big-name DJs. The likes of Norman Jay and Jazzie B will be behind the decks, dropping the perfect soundtrack to watch the sunset over Camden Market to. All 34 of KERB’s well-known and much-loved traders have been given an extended curfew, so Londoners can have their pick from one of this city’s biggest and best street food line-ups. Anyone for Only Jerkin’ jerk chicken nuggets, Oli Baba’s halloumi fries, The Cheese Wheel’s Grana Padano dunked hand-rolled pasta or Club Mexicana’s vegan tofish tacos?

All this alongside a brilliant selection of local beers and signature KERB cocktails from two on-site bars. As far as Friday nights go, this one pretty much has it all – street food, music, booze, all outdoors in one of London’s most iconic locations. Oh, and did we mention it’s free?! This is an unmissable chance to see Camden Market at night, chow down on some serious street food talent and unwind after a busy week’s work to soundtracks perfectly spun for a balmy London night.

Friday 20 July – Dig It Sound System
Friday 27 July – Norman Jay
Friday 3 August – Boogaloo Radio
Friday 10 August – Jazzie B (Soul II Soul)
Friday 17 August – A.Skillz
Friday 24 August – TBA
Friday 31 August – Mi-Soul Radio

KERB Bar and KERB Counter. Brilliant selection of local beers, wines and KERB Bar cocktails that you can roam the market with.


1. Only Jerkin’ – Jerk fried chicken
2. Tongue ‘n Cheek – 50% ox heart 50% dry aged beef burgers, philly cheesesteak burgers and rosemary fries
3. Killa Dilla – Burritos
4. Katsu House – Katsu curry
5. Other Side Fried – Fried chicken strips
6. Bian Dang – Taiwanese steamed buns
7. The Mac Factory – Mac ‘n cheese
8. Arepazo Bros – Venezuelan corn bread arepas
9. Fundi – Handmade wood-fired pizzas
10. Kolkati – Calcuttan kati rolls
11. Ink – Crispy calamari with squid ink mayo and fish & chips
12. Club Mexicana (vegan) – Tofish tacos, jackfruit burritos and nachos
13. Oh My Dog! – Hotdogs
14. Stakehaus – Steak and chips
15. Maize Blaze (vegan) – Colombian lunch boxes
16. Oli Baba’s – Halloumi fries
17. Ghetto Grillz – Bagel melts
18. The Patate – Boeuf bourguignon raclette burgers
19. Petare – Venezuelan capatchas – fried chicken or pork belly
20. Makatcha – (vegan option) Indonesian rendang
21. Baba G’s – Lamb jalfrezi, chicken tikka and paneer burgers and poppadom nachos
22. Nazari – Middle Eastern falafel and halloumi flatbread wraps
23. Burger & Beyond – 90 day aged chuck & brisket steak burgers
24. La Churreria – Fried churros with hot chocolate / butterscotch sauce and toppings
25. Roti House – Pakistani roti naans fresh from the tandoor
26. Hanoi Kitchen – Vietnamese banh mi and noodle bowls
27. Bill or Beak – Szechuan fried chicken burgers and parmasan truffle chips
28. Tacoma – Tacos
29. The Cheese Wheel – Freshly made pasta dunked in a giant grana padano cheese wheel
30. The Grilling Greek – Tsatsiki and skewers in flatbread
31. Nong Noi – Pad Thai
32. Sonita’s Kitchen (vegan) – healthy curries made from scratch
33. Square Root – (vegan) – Hand-squeezed sodas and ice cream soda floats
34. Bapitta – Israeli kebab pittas

It all kicks off tonight. SEEN will be visiting in the weeks to come.

KERB Camden Market
Camden Lock Place

FREE Entry