KERB Want You To Choose London’s Best New Street Food Trader

Alex Landon Alex Landon - Editor


We all know there’s only one way to judge a street food contest…

If you’re planning on cooling your heels this Easter Sunday instead of diving into a massive roast, we may have found a very delicious distraction. KERB are holding the InKERBator Weekender at Southbank Centre over the Easter weekend, and they’re soliciting your help to crown the best new street food trader in London – a responsibility which will require you to trust your gut!

See also: 150 of London’s very best street food traders.

This guy’s got the right idea… Photo: KERB

Bringing together twenty five of KERB’s recent graduates for a weekend of feasting, it’s your chance to eat a lot of food and then judge stuff. In other words, it’s our dream job. With recent success stories including Eat Chay and their vegan Korean BBQ, Wandercrust’s magnificent pizzas, and Meltsmith’s magical cheese toasties all present, you’re going to be leaving here very well fed. Especially since your role as judge will require you to sample every dish…

Photo: KERB

KERB are on the lookout for five judges, each equipped with a fine palate and a large appetite. To enter, you just need to send a CV explaining why you’re the right person for the role to inkerbator@kerbfood.com, and cross your fingers. Sure, it does mean working over the Easter weekend – but when the job is this enticing, can you really afford to turn it down?

You can see the full lineup of traders here.

Featured image: @kerbfood

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