Ahead of the Notting Hill Carnival, KERB’s Reggae Roast will be celebrating Caribbean street food and music in King’s Cross, on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 July. Expect classic Caribbean dishes including jerk chicken, curried goat, fish fritters, rum cake and, of course, rum punch.
Taking over Granary Square, the event will see DJs, MCs and live reggae acts provide the musical entertainment, with traders including Only Jerkin’, Vinn Goute and Winging It, among the 13 street-food stalls keeping you fuelled all night long. Oh, and there will be a tiki-themed golf course, too (join the queue now for drunken selfies).
This event runs from 5-10.30pm on 29 July and 11am-8pm on 30 July. Entry is free (excluding crazy golf, bookable via plonkgolf.co.uk).