KERB does Alchemy is BACK on Southbank. Bring on the heat and spice.
What to Expect
27 traders will be cooking up dishes from across India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka, to support Southbank’s Alchemy Festival 2017.
What to Try
The list is long and epic.
Tick off Anna Mae’s mac ‘n cheese stuffed Mac’Waari naans to start while you pick up fresh jelly coconuts from The Indians Next Door.
Baba G’s are back with those bhaji-bursting lamb jalfrezi towers and travel to Sri Lanka with Kothu Kothu’s fresh kothu roti.
Get a taste of Pakistan’s Bun Kababs, and veggies – there’s something for you with Curry Cookhouse’s veggie pakora stuffed naans.
Kolkati are Alchemy-debuting their sweet masala parathas, Chaatit put on a twist with masala chip buttes, and you can’t miss Peckish Peacock’s fresh almond-milk mango lassis.
Horn OK Please will be serving their much-loved Indian vegetarian dishes, including their Moong Dal Dosa lentil pancake stuffed with crushed masala potato and crispy sev, topped with a generous helping of their homemade tangy date & tamarind chutney plus refreshing mint and coriander chutney.
And the newbies joining the line-up?
Street food legends Rola Wala bring their twisted naan to the table; The Cheeky Indian, Indian Street Kitchen and Khao! will mix it up, with lamb laavash ‘Beijing Booties’, garlic prawn crumble topped khao-suey, tandoori Malai tikka tacos, and Keralan chickpea naan rolls.
Sweet tooth? You can not miss the chocolate chilli pudding donuts from Vicky’s.
And while you’re there, add in Blu Top’s cinnamon cookie-clamped mango lassi ice cream sandwiches from their little blue van.
What to Drink
Get boozy at the KERB Hop Bar and KERB Cocktail Bar – from Kingfisher lagers, hoppy Beavertown IPAs, cocktail concoctions to douse that heat and those infamous post-work Punjabi Pimms.
Happy hour from 5-7pm during weekdays. Keep an eye out for karma pints at the bar.
KERB does Alchemy | Southbank Square, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX | 18-29 May 2017