It all started in Camden Market. That’s where Ghetto Grillz really learnt, seven days a week, to perfect the recipe for their iconic New York Reuben Bagel Melt. As Time Out wrote, back in 2016, “They pile their chewy dough-loops high with salt beef brisket, sauerkraut, Russian dressing and a LOT of cheddar, then grill it until the cheese has formed a melty, crispy crown around its edges. A melt so filthy that Reuben himself would probably drool over it.” Since then, they’ve become Kerb regulars and — for 2018 — finalists in the British Street Food Awards – South heat. They share prep kitchens with Wingmans who, last year, won the British Street Food Awards and picked up People’s Choice at the European Street Food Awards — a good omen maybe? Their beef comes from a family farm in Ireland — their bagels are fresh every morning from a bakery on Brick Lane. Served out of The Reubster (an ex ambulance restored by the GG team) this is one piece of modern London that everyone’s going to want a slice of this summer….