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With dishes from Mexico, Venezuela, and Vietnam, the chefs at KERB seem to have cracked some of the hardest recipes around.

Having already transformed the culinary landscape with markets in King's Cross, Paddington and the Gherkin, KERB now opens yet another street food market in North London's Camden. With a stellar line-up of street food vendors, the team behind this latest addition will be moving into the recently revamped West Yard and will be taking on a completely different kettle of fish, opening seven days a week.

The words 'KERB' and 'market' seem to have a crippling effect on Londoners. Either weak at the knees or with rumbling stomachs, as soon as we hear the two together, we instinctively develop an urge to head straight over to our nearest market. The new KERB Camden will, of course, maintain that unyielding feeling. Some of the biggest names in London's food game will be knocking about. Killa Dilla will be making amazing quesadilla, Hanoi Kitchen will be serving up the very best that Vietnam has to offer, while the likes of Motherclucker, La Patate and Burger & Beyond will all be competing to create the best burger in the line-up. And to keep you smiling and swaying all day long, stunning drinks will be provided by the team behind the Camden Town Brewery and gin-specialists Half Hitch

KERB Camden first opens on 12th August at West Yard, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AF. Drawing in crowds from all over the capital, the food market will be open 7 days a week and will showcase up to 35 traders each week.