KERB does Alchemy on the Southbank – 3rd to 7th May

If you’re planning to stay in London for the May bank holiday, then a trip to the Southbank is a must, especially so as KERB brings back the heat of South Asian flavours for a fourth year.

Yes KERB does Alchemy is back and you can expect some of London’s best Indian, Bangladeshi, Nepalese, Sri Lankan and Pakistani street food dishes for a full five days. Starting on Thursday 3rd May right through to Monday 7th May.

29 traders will be cooking up specials right through from lunchtime and into the night. Plus for those on a tighter budget, KERB are hosting ‘Happy Hour Lates’ at KERB Bar from 9.30pm – 10.30pm.

Alchemy also claims to be the biggest pocket of South Asian flavour in London, and promises street food creations that you won’t find anywhere else.

You can expect eighteen KERBanists, plus seven returning guest traders and four brand new discoveries from ‘beyond the KERB’

The four new faces include: KERB Favourites BBQ Dreamz with their very own lamb keema bar; Fundi’s are bringing Peschwari pizza garlic naans to the party; while Daja Chicken’s is delivering fried “butter chicken”; and good old Taco Dave’s is serving up Sri Lankan coconut shrimp burritos.

So whether you plan to go for an hour or all day and night, you can find more information about ‘KERB does Alchemy’ and the rest of the traders via the KERB website

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