Eat Lah – Kerb

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Whether it’s feeding the bustling workers of Kings Cross’ Kerb or families at Walthamstow’s Sunday market, Eat Lah has been making a splash on the London food scene in a big way!

With a traditional street food focused aesthetic, Eat Lah offers just a few authentic dishes, but done to perfection. From their Nasi Kerabu to their Satay Ayam, they have enough range to accommodate for everyone looking for some traditional home cooking flavours.

The Satay chicken was succulent and coated in in their signature mix, with enough of the eye catchingly blue rice leftover over to soak up all the remnants of sauce. Eat Lah don’t skimp out on accompaniments either, with generous helpings of side salads, fish crackers (for that added crunch!) and their freshly made sambal, keeping every dish light and balanced with a nice little kick for those of you looking for a little more spice!

But what has to set Eat Lah apart from the rest has to be their customer service. You’ll find their stalls filled with smiling faces day in day out and the passion and effort the team put into their dishes is more than evident in the quality of food they put out.

Make sure you follow Eat Lah’s insta page (@Eatlah) to keep up to date with where they’re going to pop up next, its not one to miss!

1 year ago

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