Eating my bodyweight at KERB Camden

Last night I was lucky enough to attend the preview of Camden Market's newest street food hotspot KERB. I'm not gunna lie, it was my first 'proper' blogger event and I felt like I definitely wasn't cool enough to be there. I mean, I saw Liv Purvis from 'What Olivia Did' and was obvs too scared to talk to her because hi I'm socially awkward, but alas, I came and brought my equally food-loving friend Hannah with me to sample as much of what was on offer as we could.

The first thing that caught our eye was Korean Burrito - Korean and Mexican combined? Get that in and around my mouth like, now. Hannah has actually been to real life Korea and said the beef burrito was her favourite thing she ate all evening, totally yum.

The next instalment of our diabetes-inducing carb fest was a sampling of the delicious bagel/burger hybrids from Ghetto Grillz. Tasty chicken breast in a creamy sauce with a bagel is a total winner, FYI. Just don't expect a your outfit to still be clean afterwards!

Mother Clucker, similarly, did not disappoint. It's basically what it says on the tin (fried chicken), but oooh baby is it good fried chicken. That melt in the mouth, fall off the bone tender kinda vibe. I was sad it had to end.

We managed to find room in our stomachs for The Mac Factory, and thank god we did as it is my personal favourite of the evening. It's basically Mac and Cheese pimped out with a load of other exceptionally delicious toppings. We tried the 'Posh Spice', which had chorizo, harissa and caramelized onion generously slathered on top. It was one of the most sublime things I've ever tasted but I am now slightly concerned for my cholesterol levels.


Not forgetting the banging drinks - this procecco based cocktail (the 'Brit Spritz' if you're interested) was a delicious blend of sweet yet refreshing and has its own dedicated bar. 

I'll definitely be heading back to KERB for the few weeks left of summer - its official opening is tonight and features loads of other vendors if meat/mac and cheese ain't your vibe. It's open 7 days a week which means I'm dangerously close to going there for lunch and dinner every day... Check out their website for more info on the vendors and how to get there!

Big thanks to Time Out for the opp too!

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