Jason Allen 05/09/19

Kerb Seven Dials

Kerb Seven Dials | Street Food Warehouse in Covent Garden

Kerb have finally moved off the pavement.

In 2019, they found their first permanent home indoors, at the vast 24,000 square foot 19th century former banana warehouse in Covent Garden. That’s given them enough space for 20 of the city’s finest traders, plus a couple of bars, and a bookshop. But you’re probably here for the street food, which you can find both upstairs and down, at places like:

  • Pick & Cheese – It’s literally a conveyor belt of cheese from The Cheese Bar team.
  • Hash Hut – A build-your-own hash brown tower experience.
  • ArnabeetSupperclub queen Mouna serves up Syrian classics like fried cauliflower with tahini and aubergine fatteh.
  • OshpazIf you’re looking for your Uzbeki dumpling and hand-pulled noodle fix, this is where to head.
  • Little Pudding This is not what it sounds like. What it is, is delicious, hugely indulgent puddings fusing British and American recipes.


After that, there are the two bars. Upstairs is Bar Nana – where you can get a rum punch, a glass of wine, or a freshly pulled pint of Gipsy Hill beer – while the downstairs warehouse bar is creatively called The Warehouse Bar, where you can get a few natural wines, and a sip of the market’s own house-label lager.

kerb seven dials market

And finally, there’s that bookshop. Not only do they have a lot of hunger-inducing titles (cookbooks, chef biographies, etc.) but they also proudly claim to be the only bookshop in London with dedicated space for eating & drinking as you browse.

Which is bananas.


NOTE: Kerb Seven Dials is open daily. You can find out more at their website right HERE.

Kerb Seven Dials | 35 Earlham Street, WC2H 9QW

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Kerb Seven Dials

Seven Dials Market, 35 Earlham Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9QW

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