The Borough Market Kitchen in London | New communal dining space
The Borough Market Kitchen will open Monday 18th November at the same day the Borough Market celebrates 21 years as a central pillar of London’s food community. The Borough Market Kitchen will be their new communal dining space, in which they will welcome over 20 food traders dedicated to cooking with the best of the market’s seasonal produce, with familiar favourites such as ‘Arabica’ and ‘Horn OK Please’ sitting alongside newcomers including ‘JUMA Kitchen’ and the all new ‘Batera pintxos bar’ from ‘Mimo London’.
So if you’re going to London in the Christmas season, you’ll have another hip place to have lunch!
Long tables, eating shoulder to shoulder at The Borough Market Kitchen
As The Borough Market Kitchen comes to life each lunchtime, the bustling space will be filled with long tables to encourage the local community and visitors alike to sit and share, shoulder to shoulder. Guests can take their pick from dishes at ‘Brindisa Kitchen’ inspired by the finest recipes from along the ‘La Ruta de la Plata’ or ‘The Silver Route’ which spans from Andalucía to Asturias; daily-changing tortillas and elevated pintxos including olive oil confit cod with piperade, leek and black olive confit at ‘Batera’; spinach and feta croissants, sweet tahini pie and rare-breed pork afelia at ‘Elpiniki’; and kubbe, fried and braised stuffed dumplings from Iraq, at ‘JUMA Kitchen’. At least 30% of the ingredients in every dish sourced from the market itself, and continuing the market’s emphasis on ethics and sustainability, The Borough Market Kitchen is constructed from recycled sustainable materials, and will be entirely single use plastic-free.
Confirmed traders at The Borough Market Kitchen, stands: Arabica / Batera by Mimo / Brindisa Kitchen / East London Liquor Co. / Elpiniki / Gastronomica / Horn Ok Please / JUMA Kitchen / La Tua Pasta / Mei Mei by Elizabeth Haigh / Oroshi / Padre / SHUK.
Stalls: Applebees Fish / Gujarati Rasoi / Joli / Khanom Krok / Nana Fannys / Pochi / Rudie’s Jerk Shack / Scotchtails / The Bath Dairy / The Black Pig.
Since its rebirth as a public market in 1998, Borough Market has cemented its international reputation as a food destination and has seen industry pioneers such as Brindisa and Neal’s Yard Dairy mark the beginning of London’s food renaissance. Now, under the airy covered roof of Jubilee Place, The Borough Market Kitchen will represent both the quality produce at the heart of the market and the vibrant community spirit that has flourished over the last two decades. Borough Market is a source of quality British and international produce, but it is more than just a place to buy or sell food. It’s a place where people come to connect, to share food and awaken their senses. Borough Market is London’s oldest and most renowned food market. It is also the only fully independent market in London, owned by a charitable trust and run by a board of volunteer trustees.
Website: The Borough Market