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KERB Camden Market’s Makeover

The Streetfood Diet

Fri 8 Sep

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Find out how KERB Camden Market is transforming itself with a two-stage redevelopment

Just a year after opening, KERB Camden Market is getting anything but complacent. Undergoing a strict, four week diet cutting out whole food groups at a time, as well as a complete facelift, they’ll be preparing for a grand re-opening just in time for KERB’s 5th birthday celebrations.

That’s right, everyone’s favourite street food market is getting a well deserved makeover, closing first on one side (from the 7th September) and then the other (from the 18th September) before their grand unveiling on the 28th September! Here’s the lowdown on which traders are going to be closed and when (just so you don’t miss them too much!)

Closed from the 7th-17th September:

Luardos

Yu Kyu

Killa Dilla

Kolkati

Bian Dang

The Mac Factory

Arepazo Bros

Fundi Pizza

Tokyo Bakery

Ink

Oh My Dog!

STAKEHaus

Oli Baba’s

Maize Blaze

Closed from the 18th-28th September:

Ghetto Grillz

Kimchinary

Mother Clucker

The Patate

Makatcha

Square Root

Sonita’s Kitchen

Nong Noi

Club Mexicana

The Grilling Greek

The Cheese Wheel

Baba G’s

La Porca

Melter Meatballs

South East Cakery

Roti House

Hanoi Kitchen

Burger and Beyond

Nazari

La Churreria

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