KERB is back at Alchemy Festival for 12 days this May bringing spice, flavour and fusion to London’s Southbank.
What is it?
What to Eat?
The choices are endless. Celebrate great vegetarian dishes from Dosa Deli and Horn OK Please throwing a nod to street food favourites – the dosa and bhel puri, or go for a meaty feast from Baba G’s with their Chicken Tikka Onion Bhaji Tower Burger.
Take a journey to Sri Lanka with street food dish Kothu Roti from Kothu Kothu, and keep an eye out for KERB debutant Yum Afghan with steamed dumplings and yoghurt.
Expect food twists from a few of the traders including Anna Mae’s Murgh Mac – mac with black pepper chicken fry, garlic raita and wild mustard leaves and the Macwari Naan – grilled mac n cheese pizza. Try wood-fired Nepalese pizzas from Born & Raised, while What the Dickens! serve an Indian kedgeree.
Once you’re done with all that heat you’ll need to cool down with ice cream from Blu Top including an Assam tea cookie and cardamom kheer. Phew.
Top Tip: Check out the curry in a variety of versions from The Peckish Peacock, Bun Kebab, Gupta’s, Ladle & Skillet, Curry Cook House, Curry Shack and Curry On.