The company, part of the Concerto Group, revealed the Christmas concept will be based at The Camden Centre in London’s King’s Cross. It will feature up to four street food vendors from organisation Kerb, as well as cocktail bars and entertainment by The Street DJs within a warehouse-inspired setting.
Petra Barran, director of Kerb, said: "It is great to be giving more traditional catering options a run for their money by bringing Kerb inside with Concerto. Expect exciting new flavour options and definitely no bowl food."
Teresa-Anne Dunleavy, Concerto Group chief executive, added: "Street food has been at the forefront of the London dining scene for some time now, and we thought it was about time it made its official debut in the world of corporate entertaining.
"Xmas Street is a relaxed, fun concept which offers something completely different for Christmas 2014."
Kerb’s street food vendors include Anna Mae’s, Mother Flipper, Big Apple Hot Dogs and Spit & Roast. It hosts a number of food markets across London locations such as The Gherkin, King’s Cross and University College London Union.
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