Borough Market’s own pop-up

Foodie haven Borough Market has launched its own pop-up restaurant to showcase produce sold by its traders.

Borough Plates is open from Tuesday to Saturday until the end of March in the two-storey redbrick trustees’ building, which overlooks the market on Cathedral Street.

Working with upmarket caterer Cuisson, the market is inviting chefs from some of London’s top restaurants to step into the kitchen and collaborate with traders and their suppliers.

Dishes cost £6 to £16 and early choices include British charcuterie from Cannon & Cannon; red mullet caught by Sussex Fish served with seared scallop and rainbow chard; salt-baked celeriac, soused radish and Beaufort cheese courtesy of Mons Cheesemongers, and a raw milk pannacotta from dairy farmers Hook and Son.

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