Gherkin

Gherkin
KERB in the heart of The City

TIME: 12pm-2pm
WHO: 7-8 traders
WHEN: Thursdays

Our ever popular Thursday lunch market brings KERB right into the heart of the City.

The combination of KERB nestled up to the iconic Gherkin + thousands of hungry office workers is a winner. If you haven't been yet then come on over and tuck in.

 

The Gherkin Food Market

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Thursday 30th April 2015

    • Anna Mae's

      Southern-roamers, backyard hangers, big pan cookers

    • Baba G's

      The spiced meat maverick with a tandoor in his trunk

    • Batch Bakery

      Brownies just got better

    • Block B

      Falafel with a story to tell

    • Club Mexicana

      Vegan tacos. Go figure.

    • Jamon Jamon

      One of the O.Gs in the trader camp and with the biggest pans on campus

    • Spit & Roast

      Fried chicken. Sometimes poutine. Always good.

    • Tongue 'N Cheek

      Breaking hearts all over London with That burger.

    • BBQ Lab

      Taking BBQ to the next level in a sous-vide ambulance

    • Crabbieshack

      Folkestone lad brings them from the seashore

    • Dosa Deli

      These two never stop perfecting the ultimate vegetarian meal on the KERB. Heaven.

    • Fundi Pizza

      This sibling-run dough outfit is well pro

    • Kimchinary

      Technicolour tacos and game-changing burritos

    • Kothu Kothu

      Chop chop! This spice box is ready for its close-up

    • Yu Kyu

      London's first Tonkatsu van

    • Anna Mae's

      Southern-roamers, backyard hangers, big pan cookers

    • BBQ Dreamz

      Filipino BBQ hits the KERB at last!

    • Born & Raised

      Wood-fired pizza out the side of a Land Rover - what could be better?

    • Hank's

      They know what it means

    • Jamon Jamon

      One of the O.Gs in the trader camp and with the biggest pans on campus

    • Moto Yogo

      Electrically-charged milk float bringing super-charged fro-yo with incredible toppings.

    • Oli Baba's

      The hummus elevator - heading straight back to the source

    • The Bowler

      Balls deep, wide and long in the street, homie.