What's the InKERBator?

Giving early stage businesses with raw talent the chance to accelerate their growth.

Join KERB

Raw talent? Burning ambition? Obsessed with your product? We are ready for you!

Workshop

Stage 1 of the KERB journey for many - begin with a day of full immersion to work out if this is for you.

Markets

Track down the lunch break you deserve here

Seven Dials Market

Coming September 2019, our first indoor space, 7 days a week!

Jam on Rye Festival

Showcasing London’s great emerging talents in music, food and art

InKERBators

Traders currently on our 3 month incubation programme

KERBanists

Graduates of the inKERBator go on to become fully-fledged KERB members, track them down!

Alumni

Great businesses that have flown the coop but will always be a part of the family

Events

KERB turned up several notches

Blog

News, features, opinions and insights to keep your ear to the KERB

Podcast

A sonic feast, covering entrepreneurship in London and the whole culture beyond the burger

Contact & FAQ

Got a question for us?
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About

Roots and history

KERB Team

Growing every day...

CLOSED ON GOOD FRIDAY – HEAD TO THE INKERBATOR WEEKENDER INSTEAD!

KERB’S BIRTHPLACE, WHERE IT ALL BEGAN.

After migrating around the King’s Cross site like a wildebeest in the Serengeti (from the Boulevard to Granary Sq. three times over) we’re back on Granary Square. This one’s our oldest market, a real special one, KERB’s birthplace where it all began.

Look out for familiar faces (KERBanists) cooking some of the best lunches London has, plus inKERBators from our new talent scheme scattered among them too. (Keep your eyes skinned for some serious runway action coming out of Central St Martins while you’re at it. Priceless).

Meet The Market Manager

Jack Fargher

A jack of all food trades, from artisan bakeries to food waste projects. Just finished an MSc in Food policy. Flatbread fanboy and makes the best Muhammara in London. Always reading (food) history books and will always recommend one to you!

Drummer, history nut, mezze maven.

TIPPLE: Brandy Sour