Best known for their intensely coloured dim sum, as well as excellent Hunan and Sichuan streetfood-inspired dishes, BaoziInn are coming to Borough, and this one will have a cocktail bar.
Keeping it simple at Borough Market this spring are The Beefsteaks. After a couple of successful guests spots the street traders, who describe themselves as "an 18th Century exclusive London steak club reimagined as inclusive 21st Century street food", have been given a space of their own for the next two months.
They'll be taking over the old Exotic Meat Company space next to Brindisa until the end of April. To begin with they'll start by serving
This Basque-based cookery school is making the move to London's Borough Market for its first UK branch, and it's bringing with it classes to help you master pintxos, paella and more Mediterranean classics.
Updated 7/8/18 with new date and line-up
This is not a drill. Repeat, this is not a drill. Put a 'meeting' in your google calendar, ward off any colleagues with an 'I'm far too busy to talk right now' look and get ready to buy your tickets to this year's Auction Against Hunger.
It's one of our favourite events in the London foodie calendar, supporting incredibly important charity work, and this year's line-up looks unmissable. Taking place in
Lovers of pizza unite - your festival is returning. Helmed by London's foremost expert on pizzas, Daniel Young, you'll have the chance to try different slices from six different restaurants. Taking part this year are:
A series of super exclusive lunches and dinners is coming to the Borough Market Cookhouse, with a series of guest chefs, and space for just ten per meal.
It’s part of their Cookhouse Christmas series. Stand out names include Sprout’s Dan Doherty, and Matt Worswick of the Michelin-awarded Latymer, and with such a small seating, you’ll be able to get very up close and personal to their trade secrets…
The full line up of their
31/10/17 - updated with the full list of dishes
Auction Against Hunger is back once more for 2017, and it's as strong a line up as ever.
For the event, which is now in its fifth year, 10 of London's chefs will be piling into Borough Market's big hall to whip up a special, one-off fundraiser menu, alongside local traders.
And now we've got the full list of what you can expect on the
An event for the calendar is coming up - the Severn Sisters Feast which sees 11 women from the world of food and drink team up. The night is a platform for established and emerging female talent in the industry, and to raise money for Action Against Hunger.
Set up by Romy Gill, the event features: Zoe Adjonyoh, Rosie Birkett, Xanthe Clay, Natasha Corrett, Elly Curshen, Maria Elia,
As Borough Market reopens after the attack, we look at the many reasons why Londoners, and tourists, love this food market and the streets around it so much.
They're best known for their meat, for sure, but now Roast in Borough Market are going all vegetarian. It's all linked to the launch of Vegetarian Week (15 -21 May) and to mark that, they've been developing their own veggie burger.
Base on their own Ultimate Roast Burger, it's the Ultimate Veggie Burger. That's a beetroot and quinoa patty (for a meaty texture) in a grilled charcoal brioche bun and with pickled carrot chutney,
It's Hawksmoor's sixth London restaurant, opening in their tenth year. We head down to Borough Market to see what's new.
What: Arthur Hooper's
In a nutshell: European plates and sharing platters near the Market
Summing it all up: Victoriana meets pan-European sharing plates at Arthur Hooper's, a new restaurant overlooking Borough Market, with a very flash interior.
What: Borough Plates
In a nutshell: Borough Market opens a pop-up, which will only use produce and chefs from the Market.
Summing it all up: For two months, Borough Plates will be popping up in the Market. There’ll be chefs from the Market on rotation, who’ll be cooking with produce exclusively sourced from the Market’s
Bleak, miserable old January is here, with its dark nights and post-Christmas waistlines, and it’s tempting to fall into the self-flagellation camp of diets, jogging and absolutely no comfort food. Or you could just screw it all and have an entire roast lunch in a burger with a roast potato bun on top.
The Roast Burger will provide those who’ve chosen to temporarily forget their New Year’s Resolutions with a Sunday lunch in a
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