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KERB Presents: Season's Eatings

Cosy up under cover and enjoy flasks of mulled wine, and KERBlaborations from some of London’s tastiest food traders

Seven Dials Market

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A decade on, we take a look back at the era in London food that we sprung up out of...

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KERB Life Podcast : E8

BONUS EPISODE: Street Food Evolution

This bonus episode is a recording of our first ever panel discussion - part 1 of our ‘Future of London Food‘ series, bringing together the most compelling voices in street food to talk city living and how we eat. Journalist Victoria Stewart hosted, with Zan Kaufman (Bleecker Burger founder), Tony (Anna Mae’sfounder), Regan Koch (lecturer of Human Geography at Queen Mary University) and KERB MD Simon Mitchell look back on the street food revolution and explore the question "where to next?".

Podcast Summary (It's way better to listen)

Is it getting harder to find places to trade in London? Do you need to come from a middle class privileged background to start a street food business? Is street food complicit in gentrification? Or can it help inject diversity and culture into an area? Is it a sustainable way to make money? Is street food a fad? Are food courts the future? 

This bonus episode is a recording of our first ever panel discussion – part 1 of our ‘Future of London Food‘ series, bringing together the most compelling voices in street food to talk city living and how we eat. Journalist Victoria Stewart hosted, with Zan Kaufman (Bleecker Burger founder), Tony (Anna Mae’s founder), Regan Koch (lecturer of Human Geography at Queen Mary University) and KERB MD Simon Mitchell look back on the street food revolution and explore the question “where to next?”.