KERB (Granary Square, King's Cross)

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One of London's more high-profile and established food markets, KERB was started in 2012 by foodie Petra Barran (ex-Choc Star chocolate van), who three years ealier had co-founded Eat St, just behind King's Cross station. In 2012 Eat St evolved into KERB, shifting literally just across the road from the sloping King's Boulevard to the privately owned and then brand new Granary Square — an airy people-friendly space just outside Central Saint Martins art college, with a gaily coloured fountain installation and views of London. In spring 2015 the market moved two minutes round the corner to Lewis Cubitt Square/Stable St. The market features eight-plus traders on rotation, with an appealing range of cheap and delicious ethnic foods that over the years has included Scottish (barbecue), Ethiopian, Mexican, Vietnamese, Trinidad & Tobago, Greek, Afghan, Turkish, Pakistani and American (burgers). Consider combining with a peek inside St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel and Gagosian Gallery [see entries]. Other KERB locations include the Gherkin (St Mary Axe EC2), Paddington (Sheldon Square), St. Katharine Docks and, as of December 2019, a first-ever indoor KERB: Seven Dials in Covent Garden.