KERB appeal

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This Saturday, we headed to King’s Cross to sample the delights of London’s latest Saturday market: KERB. They’ve been running a market in Granary Square every Thursday for a while, but last weekend saw the first KERB Saturday. Luckily the sun was shining, the place was buzzing and there were lots of food stalls to peruse.

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After weighing up our (many) options, we went for the vegetarian bobotie, from Shebeen Queen, who were serving up a selection of South African street food. It was the perfect choice for a hot sunny day – delicious macadamia, butternut and almond curry, served with aromatic geel rys, sambals and chutney. An amazing assortment of flavours and the perfect lunch.

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Since it was so hot, we decided the ONLY concievable pudding option was ice-cream from the wonderful Sorbitium Ices. Choosing from the selection of flavours was pretty tough, but having 2 scoops (1 of each flavour) was definitely a good decision. I went for Salted Caramel and Cherry & Stracciatelia whilst Alex went for the Cherry plus the Plum Ripple. All excellent choices. The Cherry & Stracciatelia was especially good.

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KERB was a great way to spend lunch in the sun. I’d recommend a trip down there on the next sunny Saturday we get (hopefully this year…).

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