KERB’s Ice Cream Adventure - Saturday 16th August!

Our most lick-able event yet - 12 brilliant ice creamists slinging from carts and bikes, vans and tuk-tuks + 8 KERB traders selling street food to bring you back from the cool, creamy edge.

Meet Indie Ices who are driving their tuk-tuk all the way from Leeds carrying the world’s hottest ice cream – this is their award winning mango kulfi with coconut, lime and Moruga chilli with lime zest & chilli sprinkled on top. Also not to be missed are the cardamom waffles with ice cream on top.

Experience the incredible flavour combinations of North London ice-creamists, Ruby Violet with rhubarb, Heath honey, basil & lemon.

Have a sundae on a Saturday at Sorbitium Ices: Sundae #1 : baked banana & peanut brittle ice cream, salt caramel ice cream, hot fudge sauce, creme Chantilly, Sundae #2 : Rose geranium ice cream, fresh peach ice cream, raspberry granita

Design your own doughnut sundae with You Doughnut (hot, fresh ‘nuts + cool ice cream? Mmm-HMmm!)

Get squiffy at the Drunken Dairy with their boozy ice cream

Lickalix come with their photo booth – jump in after buying a homemade lolly and take the results home with you.

Possibly the most beautiful ice cream van out there, Moto Yogo and Stan their milk float will be churning out their Mexican chocolate fro-yo + deconstructed gooseberry crumble and Eton Mess flavours. Look for the aqua wheeled beauty!

+ more - here’s the scoop ; )

August Southbank is this weekend - you in?

31 talented traders, Manhattans Project cocktails, London beers from The Cellar, an edible bus-stop, a Festival of Love and a great place to enjoy London.

Friday: 12pm-9.30pm

Saturday: 11am-8pm

Sunday 12pm-6pm

Here’s who:

The British Street Food Awards at KERB Saturdays - this Saturday!

All that matter about this Saturday is that there will be London’s biggest spread of game-changing street food all on one place for the London heats of the British Street Food Awards. This means that not only do you get the usual KERB Saturdays good times - but you get one-off menus all served up to win the customer’s vote.

This is a competition, y’all and the winner gets to take London to the finals. So eat plentifully, acquire an educated opinion on each of the traders and then vote for the top one on the BSFA app

(Then go and slump in a deck chair with one of Manhattans Project’s marvellous cocktails…).

See you on Saturday - 11am-6pm

KERB Southbank Centre July is TOMORROW!

We can’t wait - come and feel the heat. Mint Juleps are on the menu for 4th July and our hero, Dee Jay Wheeliebag is on all day on Saturday.

Don’t miss!

It’s here - the launch of our new monthly market, KERB Spitalfields is this Wednesday and then the first Wednesday of every month. 

WHAT: 8 KERBanists, doing their thing on brand new, yet ancient trading turf

WHEN: Wednesday 2nd July, 11am-3pm

WHERE: Lamb St, E1 (between Spital Square and Commercial Street).

Tell your office and come hungry! for all the details

This Saturday we are back for more KERB Saturdays at Granary Square. Best way to spend the day we know - 19 KERBanists + 2 bars - and Manhattans Project have Buffalo Bloody Marys, Walnut Collins’ and Elderflower Palomas.

Last Friday night at KERB Southbank Centre was a PARTY! Nothing like a bit of dancing/eating/drinking on the kerb, right in the heart of the city.

Thanks to DJ Dan for keeping the crowds jumping and to The Gaztronome for the beautiful pics.

Until the next KERB weekender - 4-6 July. Can’t wait!

KERB Southbank Centre is back next weekend, 6-8 June. Didn’t come to the last one? Here’s what went down.

See you next weekend!

KERB seeks superstar intern - is it you?


Summer is on the horizon and things are getting busy at KERB HQ. We need an office star to help us navigate the concrete terrain of the city.

The main criteria is: Are you a doer?

We like self-starters with lots of nous - and not afraid to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. Initiative is encouraged more than anything else at KERB; thinking on your feet, going above and beyond to get the job done, people skills, multi-tasking and a sense of humour are also big on the agenda.

This is a fun start-up with lots of things happening and changing all the time - we need someone who can add value, be part of the ride and keep their eye on the job.


WHAT: Paid internship

WHERE: EC1, London

WHEN: Three days per week from mid June 2014 

DURATION: Three months

RENUMERATION: Above minimum wage, depending on experience

JOB DESCRIPTION: Events assistant and general oiler of the cogs to help the KERB wheels turn a little more soundly 

SKILLS NEEDED: Excellent computer skills, natural people skills, good time-keeping and ability to meet deadlines, being proactive + an interest in the London food scene would be helpful

WOULD SUIT: A university graduate and/or someone with natural entrepreneurial spirit and curiosity for life/a grafter

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES?: KERB is malleable and growing so for the right person there could be


APPLYING: Please send a one-pager on why this role has your name on it, including 2 references to by 4/6/14. No CVs.

KERB Southbank Centre returns - June 6-8

Look what’s back!

If you came before then you’ll know why this is HOT NEWS.

If you didn’t come before, well luckily there’s more:

June, July, August, September - 1st weekend of each - mammoth KERBaciousness at Southbank Centre every time.

Here’s what’s cooking for June:

See you there!