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Bell, Beer, Brisket, and Plenty Salt Beef

He stole back the rye?
Jerry Seinfeld (Seinfeld episode “The Rye”)

My last treat in Kerb was a Salt Beef bagel. Yes the salt curing preserving meat method popularized in Keighley Yorkshire. The vendor is no other than The Bell & Brisket. Bel Shapiro left her job and got into the street food circuit to offer a London interpretation of the traditional Salt Beef and a perfect beer to go with.

The food truck
They offer a handful of options of fillings on bagel or rye. I went for the Lord Rupert, pickled cabbage, and melted cheddar on a bagel. Really nice flavours, good crunchiness from the pickles, and it’s kind of cool to see how they melt the cheese with a blowtorch.

Bagel time
The Bell & Brisket
T: 078 8761 1268
Street Food / Salt Beef
Approx Damage: £8pp
Various Locations
Twitter: brisketbel

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