Get Gourmet Arctic Rolls And Curry Sauce Chips At This Guilty Pleasures Food Festival

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The glorious people behind KERB are back at it again and bringing Londoners a taste of the past at their upcoming Guiltiest Pleasures festival, which has been aptly named “It’s Only Arctic Roll, But I Like It”.

Have you ever stuffed your sandwich with a packet of cheese and onion, only to feel bad about it after? Or actually really enjoyed that age old classic of a Vienetta? Well fear not, because there’s a food festival hitting the capital that seeks to showcase all of your guiltiest foodie pleasures.

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This FREE weekender is running from Friday July 21st – Saturday July 22nd and will be housed in the ever handy Handyside Canopy in King’s Cross.

Some of KERB’s best and most creative traders have come together to serve up all that food that’s so wrong, it’s oh so right. Expect fish, chips and mushy peas in a Kolkati Indian paratha, strawberry milkshake filled doughnuts courtesy of Vicky’s Donuts, and even ‘Old School’ crisp sarnies complete with coronation chicken and ham hock from Project Sandwich.

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As well as some truly bonkers (but downright brilliant sounding) concoctions, you can let loose on your guilty pleasures in other ways. There will be a craft beer bar and cocktails on offer ranging from the Pina-KERB-Lada to the Flashback W-KERB-D’s … which may or may not bring back memories of your 14 year old self sitting in a park with your mates.

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If that wasn’t enough cheese, there will be live cover bands, nostalgic DJ’s and even a Jane Fonda 80’s aerobics workout to take part in. If that sounds right up your corny street, then get your way down to King’s Cross.

For more information, check out KERB’s website and find “It’s Only Arctic Roll, But I Like It” at Granary Square, King’s Cross, N1C.

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Morgan Cormack

Morgan Cormack

A born and bred East Londoner, Morgan tends to split her time strolling around food markets, being squished in London crowds due to her small stature or trying to firmly define the term "trendy". Essentially, a part time writer but a full time food lover.