A brand new year calls for one thing…


It’s the first inKERBator cohort of the year and when it comes to flavour, variety and innovation the Food Team have left no stone unturned with this tasty bunch.

After three weeks of swotting up on all things street food in the classroom with the team, they will make their market debut at KERB at Cowcross Yards, on Wednesday 22nd February and you won’t want to miss it.


Taking their name from a Balinese temple, Borobudu are taking street food scene by storm in the hope of becoming street food royalty. It’s the ultimate Nasi Goreng. Think Balinese fried rice (or noodles if you choose) all wrapped into an omelette with saucy chicken satay.


Born from the ashes of Lockdown, Hot Rocket is the latest passion project from professional chef, Andrew. He’s packing three decades of culinary experience between toasted bread, bringing mouth-watering sandwich goodness to KERB markets. We’ve got our sights set on the Cuban Sandwich stuffed with porchetta, Swiss cheese and honey roast ham.


Sin-free shawarmas? Yes, please. Ya’la’s Middle Eastern vegan shawarmas will please vegans and carnivores alike and we dare you to taste the difference. A soft fluffy pitta stuffed with Chick’n made from beans with more garnishes than you can swing a falafel at.


You asked and we delivered. After a sellout pop-up in Bristol, Javier is bringing wings, burgers and loaded chips to KERB. You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to the sauce with wings coated in his family’s pick ‘Honey Soy’ or his sweet and tangy Mango Buffalo.


The brother and sister duo, Euan and Sophie, are the force behind Eat Argentina and a juicy menu. Not only are they bringing steak (three ways) but empanadas with classic fillings like minced beef, spinach and cheese or try something a little different with their pulled pork filling.


Amani’s dishes fuelled NHS emergency departments during the pandemic and her generosity, passion and flavours are now moving into the markets. Their falafel mezze box is guaranteed to be a lunchtime hit, topped with stuffed vine leaves, zatar hummus and fresh tabouli salad.


After quitting her corporate gig, Rachael is slinging out some of the best street food around. Served with a smile, Racheal’s jerk chicken, suya beef and jollof rice are an abundance of spice and exactly what you need for a mid-week pick me up.


The Greek Pot is the side hustle of two friends with a passion for authentic Greek food. There’s a delicious gap in the street food scene and these guys are ready to fill it with their layered moussaka nest (it looks as good as it sounds).

Don’t say we didn’t warn you! You won’t want to miss this incredible batch of soon-to-be KERBanists.


Get down to KERB at Cowcross Yards, to meet, greet and eat with our new inKERBators from Wednesday 22nd February for six weeks.
On Thursdays we’re still slinging out an incredible selection from our OG KERBanists and you can find the weekly lineups HERE.