Updated 8/11/20 with new delivery area
If you love the idea of buying your weekly groceries at Borough Market, but the reality of wading through the tourist-heavy throng not so much, then we have the answer.
The market now has an online shopping service - it's was apparently the first produce market in the country to do so. They've teamed up with Bath based company Good Sixty who are running the system for
Before the main restaurant returned after the lockdown, Flor's head chef Pamela Yung tried something new, ASAP pizza, their own take on a pizzeria with a heavy focus on quality produce and heritage British wheats. It was, as you'd imagine, rather successful - so much so that it's coming back every Sunday.
It'll be the first time that Flor opens on a Sunday and the whole menu will be an
Honestly, we were pretty gutted when we heard that chef Tom Cenci's Loyal Tavern was to become another restaurant victim of Covid. So it was cheering news to learn this week that Cenci is back behind the stoves again.
This time he's running a three-month residency at Stoney Street in Borough Market. The restaurant had
Elliot's expands into Borough Market with a summer pop-up alfresco restaurant. We head down to try it out.
Joining a range of restaurants finding new ways back to reopening in Borough Market is Shuk. Their market stall first opened as part of the Borough Market Kitchen section last year. Now they're about to start doing dinners at the weekends.
Erev (it means evening in Hebrew) will be all about small sharing plates and some off-the-hook hummus.
Turnips fruit and vegetable stall has been a Borough Market mainstay for over 30 years and now - post lockdown - they're going to try something new. They're teaming up with Tomas Lidakevicius, former executive chef of Jason Atherton's City Social, to launch a new vegetable-led supper club in the arches.
The menu will be based on what Turnip has in at the time (excellent, high-quality veg) and there
With Mei Mei in Borough Market back up and running (alongside a new delivery venture), Elizabeth Haigh is launching her next big thing. Harking back to her Kaizen House pop-up, she's launching Bā, a new twice-weekly dinner at Mei Mei.
She'll lead the supper club/chef's table experience, for 16 people across 16 counter seats (and a couple of extra tables). Bā is Chinese for the lucky number
If you're a fan of Elizabeth Haigh's Mei Mei, as we were, or didn't manage to visit it in Borough Market before the lockdown - we have some good news.
Not only will Mei Mei be back in action in Borough Market this week, but there's a growing range of goods on its
We had a bit of a preview yesterday as Flor - the sister restaurant to Michelin-starred Lyles - started selling pastries through Dalston's Snackbar.But now Flor itself has joined the steady stream of re-opening restaurants.
Flor will only be opening for takeaway to start with - starting
It's the latest big addition to Borough Market and sees them edging into the food hall arena, with Elizabeth Haigh's Mei Mei, Brindisa and more all taking part. We head down for a look.
Opening its doors today at Borough Market is the new food hall, Borough Market Kitchen. And joining it as one of their traders is popular Borough trader Scotchtails.
The folk behind a range of signature scotch eggs will now be able to serve those up plus an extended menu of eggy dishes. On that you'll find treats like ham, fried egg and crispy confit chips, a Berkswell cheddar and egg toastie. They'll be doing their usual twists on
A month ago we reported the imminent opening of a new food hall at Borough, The Borough Market Kitchen. Now we've got more intel on one of the new traders that'll be setting up shop there.
Batera will be a pintxos bar from Jon and Nicole Warren, the team behind Borough's cookery school Mimo. Inspired by all the fabulous snacks you'll
They made their name with porridge, but the team behind 26 Grains has a much more varied menu at its Borough Market opening, Stoney Street. There will be a seasonal menu that adapts from breakfast through to dinner and a handy hatch too.
Every now and again there's a collaboration between restaurants that makes you stop in your tracks. Last week it was the bacon naan pizza from Dishoom and Pizza Pilgrims - and this week it's the turn of Patty&Bun and Padella.
They're teaming up for the mighty
We've already brought you the info about Borough Market Kitchen, which sees the market entering food court territory - and one of the more exciting openings there was news about Mei Mei by Elizabeth Haigh, the highly regarded ex-Pidgin chef. Now we have a little more info about what she's planning. It's all based around
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