The Southbank Centre’s Alchemy festival is back on Thursday 18th May 2017 and with that comes the return of KERB at Alchemy with returning guest traders as well as new discoveries. 27 traders will be cooking up dishes from across India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka, to support Southbank’s Alchemy Festival 2017. We’ve put together a guide to the halal-friendly traders which you should check out before Ramadan kicks in.

With so many halal options (listed below), we’re spoilt for choice!

To eat:

Bun Kabab

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Chaatit

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Rola Wala

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Khao London

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Baba G’s

Spice Box

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Curry Cookhouse

Kolkati

Horn OK Please

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Sonita’s Kitchen

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Gupta’s

Dosa Deli

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Zouk

To drink:

Square Root London

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Chai Garam

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Dessert:

Vicky’s Doughnuts

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Blu Top Ice Cream

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Nonna’s Gelato

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#KERBdoesAlchemy runs from Thursday 18th May – Monday 29th May 2017. Below are the times:

Mon – Weds: 12:00-20:00
Thurs – Fri: 12:00-21:00
Sat: 11:00-21:00
Sun: 11:00-19:00
Bank Holiday Monday (29th May): 12:00-19:00

Still not convinced? Take a look at the highlights from last years festival: