Newest Halal traders at Kerb King’s Cross & West India Quay

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Of the 11 new traders hoping to establish themselves under street food market operator Kerb, four have confirmed their Halal-friendly status with FtLion.

With Kerb curating new talent and putting them through a 3-month trial period they call the “inKERBator programme”, this latest batch will be hoping to meet the standards required and become full fledged Kerb traders.

You can catch the following four offering Halal on Tuesdays at West India Quay and Wednesdays at King’s Cross during the next three months.

Curry on NaanStop
HALAL

All our food is Halal. We don’t use non-Halal meat at all.

If you’re feeling like eating some authentic Indian food, think Curry On Naanstop, which is being run by a husband and wife team who say they “wanted to introduce real street flavours from Mumbai and South India to the streets of the UK”.

With their food being fully Halal, watch out for their signature dishes: the Vada Pav, aka the Mumbai Burger, and the Hyderabadi chicken biryani (notoriously difficult to get right). They also do a Dosa, South Indian crepes, and they specialise in making them “the way they were made from time immemorial”.

The Garden of Edun
HALAL

All of our meat is Halal and purchased from a Halal butcher. Also we do not handle any non-halal meats, so there’s no cross-contamination at all.

The Garden of Edun is the hardwork of “two sisters with larger than life personalities” out on a mission to showcase both Nigerian culture and cuisine.

“Determined to dominate the UK”, all their meat is sourced from a Halal butcher. Watch out for their ‘Two Fly Chicks’ – slow cooked, fall-off-the-bone pieces of chicken covered in ‘forbidden secret sauce’, and served with traditional jollof rice and sweet plantain.

OshPaz
HALAL

We do ONLY Halal meat for our all menu. We do not use non-Halal meat at all.

With the chef having been the head chef at Pasha restaurant for the last 8 years, and with cooking running through his blood (his father and grandfather were chefs), OshPaz will be serving up the rare flavours of Uzbekistan.

Dealing only in Halal meat, their signature dish is the plov – slow cooked lamb served with house-made hummus, Tstasizi, carrot pickle, fresh salads and spiced, chickpea plov rice.

TURO TURO
HALAL-FRIENDLY

We can cater for Halal yes, we can source our halal chicken from a supplier at request. We do have a pork item on the menu, but this is never cross contaminated with the chicken. The pork is cooked separately in a pan where as the chicken is cooked on a grill. There is no contact so you can be assured that there is no cross contamination in our methods of work.

While TURO TURO doesn’t offer Halal food by default, the Filipino trader has informed FtLion that they can source Halal chicken at request.

With dishes like Chicken inasal, which is Filipino BBQ chicken with butter vinegar lemongrass glaze, pickled carrot atchara, steamed jasmine rice and crispy chicken skins on top, it might be an idea to contact them and arrange something!

Kerb – King’s Cross
Granary Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AA.

W: www.southbankcentre.co.ukuk

Opening Hours: Wed-Fri 12:00-14:00

Kerb – West India Quay
Market Place, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1JT.

W: www.southbankcentre.co.uk

Opening Hours: Tue-Fri 11:30-14:00

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