Food and spice company Arabica have traded in their market stall to launch a bricks and mortar restaurant, opening on 23 June. Founder James Walters started out selling a small range of mezze at Borough Market 14 years ago, but he says the menu at his new 80-cover establishment will be more extensive.
Serving lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, Arabica’s menu includes mezze, rare-breed meat and fish cooked over charcoal, as well as stone baked pastries. The restaurant, in Borough Market’s Rochester Walk, will continue serve falafel and Label Anglais chicken shawarma wraps from a new street food cart outside on market days.
Bookings are available from June, call 020 3011 5151 or visit their website.
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