By Emma lake
A month after leaving its Camden site street food market operator, Kerb has announced it will be opening a new indoor food hall in London’s Seven Dials.
Kerb has teamed up with landowner Shaftsbury to launch the venture in the 19th-century Thomas Neal’s Warehouse.
Opening in summer 2019, the 22,000 sq ft market will spread over two floors, bringing together street food traders and local businesses offering artisan pies, fresh bread, flowers and books.
Simon Mitchell, managing director of Kerb and curator of Seven Dials Market, said: “We have been seeking a special space in which to launch a destination, world-beating food hall for some time, and there is nowhere better than Thomas Neal’s Warehouse – a former banana warehouse.
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