Halal at new Seven Dials Market by Kerb in Covent Garden
The good news (if you haven’t heard already) is that street food giants Kerb are ready to launch Seven Dials Market tomorrow morning.
The sad news is that while there’s not a single food trader that’s confirmed with us a fully Halal status, there are a few out of the total of 25 who are Halal-friendly.
Having taken over the historic building of Thomas Neal Warehouse on Earlham Street in Covent Garden, which was used as storage space for bananas and cucumbers back in the 19th century, this will be Kerb’s first permanent, indoor market and sixth overall in London.
This huge 24,000 sq. ft, multi-storey arcadia will have a novel electric pink elevator for ease of access, and will be divided into two sections: Cucumber Lane, which will showcase London-based produce; and Banana Warehouse, which will house street food traders and new restaurants.
With the market open seven days a week from 11am-11pm on Monday-Satursday and until 10:30pm on Sundays, here are the food vendors that have confirmed their Halal status with us.
Seven Dials Market
Earlham St, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9LX.
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 11:00-23:00 | Sun 12:00-22:30