Borough Market has a new pop up restaurant filled with your favourite market plates
Foodie favourite Borough has launched it’s own restaurant, owned by the market.
The market is stocked with yummy stools and pop ups, from burgers and sweet potato fries, to Malaysian curry and ostrich!
However, this is the first time the spot has opened a restaurant built around its traders and which serves only what’s available on its stalls.
On the menu is items such as air-dried venison with chard leaves, chopped beetroot and crumbled hazelnuts.
The dishes are pretty fancy with pork rillette, pickled russet apples, apple gel sourced from The French Comte, Chegworth Valley and Olivier’s Bakery as well as blood sausage, poached egg, salt and pepper lardo, pickled mushrooms and bacon jam from The Ginger Pig.
Each week, one or two profiled traders will see their produce featuring in several different dishes, and these traders will appear at Borough Plates to talk to the diners about their work.
The chefs, too, will be highly engaged with customers—assisting with service and taking time to discuss the sourcing of the ingredients and the techniques used in their assembly.
The menu is based of around 10 small plates, each of them costing between £6 and £16, and will evolve throughout the two-month residency, allowing dozens of products their moment in the spotlight.
Visit the Borough Plates pop up on 1 Cathedral Street, SE1 9DE running until March 2017.