Restaurant Review: Kerb Street Food Market St Katharine Docks. If you’re a fan of street food, then you must pop down to Kerb Street Food Market St Katharine Docks on Friday lunch times. They are also open on Thursdays when you can sample the offerings from new vendors. If you’re looking for somewhere to eat in E1, head for St Kats!
Kerb at St Kats
Kerb Street Food Market St Katharine Docks Friday Vendors
We moved six months ago to SE1 so often walk over London Bridge to St Katharine Docks. This stunning setting is the new location for Kerb, the street food market organisers. On Friday you will find a bunch of seasoned street food vendors. Homeboy and I shared three things here. First was a delicious Taiwanese lunchbox by Bian Dang with Crumbed Oyster Mushrooms coated in sweet potato flour and fried. This was accompanied by steamed short grain rice, pickles, shiitake mushroom sauce and a marbled tea egg.
Taiwanese lunchbox by Bian Dang
We also shared a very tasty Korean BBQ banh mi with seitan and walnut pate. Seitan is a chewy protein rich food made from wheat gluten. I’m not a fan of substitute meat products but this won me over! I’ll certainly visit the Eat Chay stall again for another vegan banh mi.
Vegan Banh Mi by Eat Chay
Homeboy insisted on buying sweet treats, so we ended at the Vicky’s Donuts stall. We bought a super cute mini Homer as in Homer Simpson, a biscotti creation and The Reese’s. These were sugary and yummy!
Sweet Treats from Vicky’s Donuts
Other stalls included Elote who offer Mexican corn on the cob, quesadillas with mushrooms, chicken or braised lamb and fish tacos. The chickpea chips are great, I’ve tasted them before at Maltby Street Market.
Feast on Amalfi Coast inspired burgers at Baggio Burger. Fill up on Filipino BBQ food at BBQ Dreams. Try Thai at Greed Khao. Much on a melted cheese toasty at Meltsmiths. Pick up a pizza at Wandercrust. There are more stalls which cater for all tastes whether you are a vegan, veggie, fish fan or meat eater.
Kerb Street Food Market St Katharine Docks Thursday Vendors
Thursday lunch times are dedicated to new talent known as the Inkerbators! For example, this week you can try Little Leaf pizzas, Melter Meatballs or Lords of Poke. This is a great way to check out the next big thing in street food. Try to pop along if you can and support the newbies.
Kerb Street Food Market St Katharine Docks Information
Kerb at St Kats
To find out more about Kerb and their street food markets go to the Kerb Food Website. You can find the traders at St Kats on Thursday and Friday lunch times this summer from 12pm until 2pm. Friday is the established vendors and Thursday is new talent. The address is St Katharine Docks, London E1W 1LA at Marble Quay near The Dickens Inn Pub. The nearest stations are Tower Hill, Wapping High Street, Shadwell and London Bridge. You might be interested to read my feature about waterside dining at St Katharine Docks.
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. Thanks: Homeboy for exploring with me.