All Kerb articles

  • Kerb Seven Dials (4)

    Andrew Stones joins Kerb Ventures as MD


    The former Be At One MD and Imbiba partner will lead Kerb’s food halls as they prepare to open in San Francisco and Berlin 

  • Cambridge Street Collective

    Openings of the week


    MCA rounds up this week’s biggest openings stories, featuring new venues from Kerb, Perch, Gauthier Group, and more

  • Bao

    Openings of the week


    MCA rounds up this week’s biggest openings stories, featuring Cafe Wolseley’s international debut and new venues from Bao, Smoky Boys, and more

  • Kerb Berlin

    Kerb to launch Berlin food hall


    The London street food organisation is to convert the IMAX cinema at the Sony Centre Centre am Potsdamer Platz into a two-storey food and drink hall

  • Kerb Seven Dials Market (1)

    Kerb: ‘We’re looking for something that doesn’t exist elsewhere’


    CEO Simon Mitchell speaks to MCA about expanding both the food hall and catering business, and what sets the market concept apart

  • Yaay Yaay (4)

    Yaay Yaay considering permanent location


    Thai street food concept Yaay Yaay, which operates six food stalls at markets across London, is considering opening its first permanent restaurant

  • Barbican Brasserie by Searcy's

    Openings of the week


    MCA rounds up this week’s biggest openings stories, featuring new venues from F1 Arcade, The Inn Collection Group, and more

  • Vinoteca

    Openings of the week


    MCA rounds up this week’s biggest openings stories, featuring new venues from KERB, Pizza Punks, Döner Shack, 200 Degrees, Tonight Josephine, and more

  • Wheelcake Island - Cucumber Alley

    Kerb to revamp Cucumber Alley


    Landlord Shaftesbury said the space adjacent to the main Seven Dials Market would relaunch as a grab and go hub on 8 April, with seven new operators added to the line-up

  • Petra
    Analysis & Insight

    Kerb appeal: what the future holds for the street food sector


    The pandemic has devastated the street food sector, but with the end of lockdown in sight, Kerb duo Petra Barran and Simon Mitchell believe there’s plenty of reason for optimism.

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    ‘As good as could be expected’ - operators react to the Budget


    In what is now a well-worn routine, Boris Johnson was last week the bearer of bad news, announcing a much slower than preferred roadmap reopening, with hospitality apparently at the end of the queue.

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    Kerb founder Petra Barran: Food market survival a “human imperative”


    Kerb founder Petra Barran is a doer. Since she first originated the Kerb concept from a single ice cream van in 2010, the business has grown exponentially. It currently works with approximately 120 partner traders – a pool of street food ideas that is constantly expanding - has five permanent street markets across London, one foodhall, and a substantial corporate catering arm. So, as a business so well adept at evolving at pace, it’s no real surprise that after five months of closure, Kerb is itching to kickstart its recovery.

  • TGI Friday

    TGI’s to trial ‘kerbside’ click-and-collect with delivery relaunch


    TGI Friday’s will trial an all-new click-and-collect service next week as it explores “new revenue streams to help make the business viable” through the coronavirus crisis, chief executive Robert B Cook has told MCA.

  • Kerb Camden

    Kerb: 'Lack of support for self-employed is our biggest anxiety'


    Kerb, the operator behind six of London’s street-food markets, has announced a multi-faceted support campaign for its traders, but has said that further Government measures are needed to support the self-employed.

  • Seven Dials Market

    Kerb: ‘There’s room for more food halls in London’


    The founder and CEO of street food collective KERB discuss Seven Dials Market,  the two-floor market and restaurant hub located in a former banana and cucumber warehouse that opens this month in Covent Garden

  • News

    Kerb announces first traders for Covent Garden


    Kerb has announced the first five traders that will join its new Seven Dials Market.

  • Kerb trader

    Generation Next: KERB’s Seven Dials traders


    KERB is due to open a permanent food hall at Thomas Neal’s Warehouse in Seven Dials at the end of the summer. Managing director Simon Mitchell shared his thoughts on how the market will be a great incubator for those street food traders looking for a step up to a bricks and mortar site, as well as offering something different when it comes to the market halls trend.

  • Cucumber Alley

    KERB confirms Seven Dials Market opening


    KERB has confirmed it will be opening its first indoor food hall, in collaboration with Shaftesbury, in Thomas Neal’s Warehouse in Seven Dials, as reported by MCA earlier this month.

  • Kerb

    KERB in line for Thomas Neal’s Warehouse


    KERB, the street food market operator, is in line to open a flagship site in London’s Seven Dials, MCA understands.

  • KerbEdge

    KerbEdge to cease trading after winding up order


    KerbEdge, the North East-based burger restaurant concept, has been ordered to wind up by High Court, MCA has learnt.