Borough Plates Pop-Up Restaurant, Borough Market
While time spent in Borough Market is a paradise for any London foodie, it can also be met with a sense of disappointment that you’ll never be able to try everything the capital’s famed food market has to offer. Well, now may be your chance with the announcement of Borough Plates, a pop-up restaurant which will be serving food solely sourced within the market!
Yes, a two month pop-up restaurant is set to hit Borough Market bringing with it the best selection of ingredients anywhere in London. Presented in collaboration with Cuisson, the Borough Plates project will see a team of chefs bringing Borough Market’s produce to life in new and exciting ways.
Each week, one or two profiled traders will see their produce transformed in several different dishes, with the traders themselves appearing at the pop-up to talk to the diners about their work. The chefs, too, will be taking time to discuss the sourcing of the ingredients and the techniques used in their cooking.
The menu will change each week and will consist of around 10 small plates, each of them costing between £6 and £16. We’re talking charcuterie from Cannon & Cannon, mullet caught by Sussex Fish, beaufort cheese courtesy of Mons Cheesemongers and a raw milk pannacotta from dairy farmers Hook and Son.
Located at 1 Cathedral Street, SE1 9AL, Borough Plates is now open Tuesday to Saturday, Midday-10pm. Open until the end of March, bookings can be made for parties of six or more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There are also spaces for smaller sized groups which are walk-in only. Check out more details over at the Borough Market Website.