- 1 Cathedral Street, London, SE1 9AL
- 19/01/2017 to 31/03/2017
Plates ranging from £6-£16
Borough Market has launched its very own restaurant, Borough Plates on Cathedral Street. Working alongside Paul Hannagen and the Cuisson team, the two-month pop-up brings together resident traders and farmers to create a seasonal menu sourced from ingredients from the market itself.
Showcasing Borough’s heritage of supporting the best in quality, the pop-up invites a different chef sourced from some of London’s most exciting restaurants each week to step into the kitchen to collaborate with the market traders. Guests can enjoy a selection of plates including Charcuterie from Cannon & Cannon; Red Mullet caught by Sussex Fish served with Seared Scallop and Rainbow Chard; Salt Baked Celeriac, Soused Radish, Beaufort Cheese courtesy of Mons Cheesemongers and a Raw Milk Pannacotta from dairy farmers Hook and Son.
The old trustee’s building is a fitting location for the restaurant, the nineteenth-century red-brick façade greeting guests through to the high-ceilinged lower floor which hosts a restaurant and bar, whilst up the sweeping oak staircase, diners will be welcomed to a second, larger restaurant.
Bookings can be made for parties of six or more by emailing [email protected]. Smaller group sizes are walk-in only