What to eat at KERB Camden Market

I have a confession: I don’t just run after the best beer in town when I’m on the road. No Sir, I’m also all over some magnificent menus too. It helps when hubby is with me because he’s got this spectacular talent of spotting some great spots to stuff our face and when we stopped by London for a quick afternoon he wanted to eat his way through the Camden market’s food stalls. But even for two seasoned professionals of eating too much, that would have been a serious challenge.


I’m not gonna patronise you and tell you all about Camden because unless you’ve never heard of London you’re going to be in the know what and where it is. Instead, I’m going to be a good online internet friend and tell you what you should totally try from the, what seems in infinite, amount of food stalls in this haven for all things weird and wonderful.



Oli Baba’s – Halloumi Fries

You’ve probably seen these guy on a video that went viral on social media a while ago. If you haven’t tasted these halloumi fries you haven’t lived. I’m totally not even exaggerating. They are the bomb. Basically, it’s deep fried cheese served with za’atar yoghurt, pomegranate seeds, mint, sumac and pomegranate molasses and let me tell you, they’re a revelation. At £5 a pop, they’re a steal and a half too.




Arepazo Bros – Venezuelan street food

If you hit the food market in Camden you gotta try these guys out. Arepa is a traditional Venezuelan wrap made from corn flour bread (so it’s gluten free, if that sort of thing is important to you) and it’s crispy on the outside and oozingly soft on the inside. Then you fill it with shredded chicken or beef, cheese, veggies, avocado, cheese, black beans, fried plantain… I mean so many things. It’s like a party in your mouth and more arepas are invited!




Square Root Soda – Handmade small batch sodas

For your refreshment purposes, hit the winner of 2015 BBC Food & Farming Awards for ‘Best Drinks Producer’. Their hand-crafted sodas are just divine. I mean imagine mango, pineapple and lime, a super dreamy blend of pomegranate and rose or my personal favourite: nojito (lime, mint and unrefined cane sugar). Served with some summer sun – perfect combo.




Hanoi Kitchen – Vietnamese street food

I had never heard of Banh Mi before, but now that I have, I’m a total addict. So Banh Mi are vietnamese baguettes, filled with your choice of meat and mayo, hoisin sauce, fresh herbs, tangy pickled carrots, diakon, cucumber and if spicy stuff is your thing, add a kick of Sriracha and fresh chilli. Ths is fusion food at its finest folks!




Brazilian churros – desserts

You know churros, right? Of course you do. Those deep fried dough pastry that is so many things of naughty but who counts calories when it tastes this good, right? Imagine if those churros were filled on request with full blown chocolate sauce, some caramel… or both. ‘Tis to die for I tells ya. And totally worth looking for this little stall that might just escape your notice if you’re in the know to what you’re looking for.





  • Rachael

    Those churros look amazing!! Looks like you had some awesome food!

  • Jessica Taylor

    Oh my goodness! The food looks amazing! I have never been there before, but I feel like I NEEDD to go now

  • Maro Akamatra

    I loved it there when I last visited! I haven’t tried the haloumi fries but they seem yum!!!

  • Camden is one of my fave places! I’m a big fan of the halloumi fries as well.


  • emmaand3

    OMG I could eat any one of those delicious looking delights – I’m very hungry now lol

  • Tadeja Umek

    Cheers to you! I’m a big foodie myself, so food posts are ones I tend to like the most!
    Have a lovely day! 🙂

  • All the food looks great! I’ve been visiting similar kind of market in Brooklyn but I didn’t know that this exists in London. Thank you for tips! 🙂

    Nora / https://dreamerachiever.com

  • Jayne

    Your post has inspired me to look deeper than the best bar the next time I’m a tourist!

  • Deborah Nicholas

    oh wow that all looks amazing and i love the thought of having a food crawl around town!

  • I absolutely adore your blog name and description! Also those halloumi fries look incredible
    Alice | Dainty Alice