A total of 26 traders will be sited at the 23,000sq ft site, including a florist and a bookshop as well as a deli and a bakery. It is also expected to host regular workshops for the local community.
Located just off Seven Dials in a 19th century site, the Market will be KERB's bricks and mortar debut and is expected to open this summer.
Ink and Rice Guys came through the organisation's InKERBator scheme, which supports fledgling street food businesses.
"We are excited to reveal the first group of Seven Dials Market traders, especially given the history we share and having worked together since they all first hatched," says KERB founder Petra Barran.
"We strive to work closely with our traders, aiming to provide so much more than just a piece of pavement to trade from. Seven Dials Market is our next step in driving forward this industry and giving our street food start-ups a whole new platform on which to thrive."
KERB, which was founded in 2010, currently operates eight London street food markets and acts as an incubator for up-and-coming food brands.