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Irish chef Adrian Martin was due to open his first London restaurant in March 2020, but was delayed, like so many others, by lockdown; now open again with a reduced seating of just 10 covers (usually 30) Wildflower will focus on seasonality, foraged food, and Irish traditions; the newcomer is housed in a shipping container in Camden’s new eco market on Buck Street.

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Buck Street Market, 180-188 Camden High Street, London, NW1 8QP

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