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King’s Cross food market to re-launch tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 15:29 03 October 2012

Diners enoying Kerb's street food

Diners enoying Kerb's street food

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The King’s Cross capital of street food is hosting a re-launch party tomorrow.

Eat Street, behind King’s Cross station, is changing name to Kerb and is holding a soiree from 6pm with 15 of the pavement vendors, as well as drinks and a top of the range Funktion One sound system blasting out of a chicken van.

Kerb will still trade daily every lunch time, and there is a food van parade around 1pm featuring sustainable delights from Green Goat, Italian sandwiches from Gurmetti, Jewish soul food from Monty’s Deli, Spit and Roast’s buttermilk-fried chicken, The Rib Man and more.

For more information, visit www.kerbfood.com.

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