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A Delicious New Street Food Market Will Open In The West End Next Week

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The West End’s newest street food market is bringing us comfort (food) in these uncertain times.

A new outdoor street food market is opening near Oxford Street next week serving comfort food and climate positive dishes. Street food pioneers KERB, will be taking over South Molton Street every Wednesday to Friday from November 4, and we’ll be the first in line. This may just be the perfect spot for a quick bite mid-shop, or a sit-down meal and catch up among friends. [Featured image: @calamaricanteenldn]

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Thankfully, this market is Tier 2-friendly, meaning you can dine with whomever you may please along the socially distanced outdoor space. South Morton is home to dozens of quaint stores, multicoloured flags, and plenty of places to relax and tuck into a meal. In terms of their menu, they’ve really covered all the bases, offering everything from traditional hearty meals to the most innovative dishes from all over the world!

KERB has a focus on comfort food with the aim of keeping our spirits high and our bellies full, so expect a selection of food that will satisfy every craving and cater to every palette. The food vendors will also change weekly, allowing us to trial new cuisines every time we visit.

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Next week’s inaugural line up includes climate friendly burgers¬†from GROUND, Calamari Canteen’s iconic seafood, tasty Thai food from Yaay Yaay, and creative desserts from Utter Waffles. We’ll take one of everything!

Brand director for KERB, Ian Dodds, said “After the year we’ve all just had, we feel London is deserving of a bit of a hug, but in this era of social distancing the next best thing we thought we could help with is comfort food. So we’ll be serving up a range of unique, one-off dishes across the run up to Christmas that should not only warm the heart, but the gut too.”

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