Founder of Artisan Foods, Klaus, used to be a successful chef of his own restaurant before setting uo his Borough Market stall in 2000.👨🍳 You can order his famous quiches, tartlets & rich chocolate brownies to collect from our hub or we can deliver them to your home or office by eco-bike!🚲👌 (Shop with link in bio)
Who is excited about Frozen 2? But we have are own Olaf. Not a snowman more a saint. He supported King Aetherled the Unready in fighting the Vikings. At the time London Bridge was wooden and Olaf / Olave ties his long-boats to the supports and pulled it down! Some claim this as the origin for “London Bridge is falling down” nursery rhyme. King Olaf is a bit of a complex character - given to violence and bit of brutal killing & Norway’s patron saint.
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Hot grab n go lunches every day 🙋🏻♀️ yesss please!
When big sis and her team cook my fav Singaporean 🇸🇬 classics, I’d prefer time to sit, eat and watch all the hustle and bustle of the markets. But on days when I can only pop out for a quick bite, fast food prevails! Hot food, even better.
N A T I V E O Y S T E R S 🌊🌤🐚 As November is rapidly disappearing, we’re getting ready for the intense Christmas period! Did you know you can order ahead for your oysters to be delivered in time for Christmas? Click the link in our bio to pre-order your native oysters or gigas and enjoy a feast with your family! We also have a little giveaway in mind for December so watch this space 🙊👍🏻🥳
A Year of Mindful Eating: Food stories that take you home
I’ve been a tea drinker all my life, and I never thought I see the day when I’d actually crave a cup of coffee, but never say never.
I still remember the day I drank my first cup. It was the mid 1990s and we were living in Melbourne. My ex was a big coffee drinker, always encouraging me to try it. To be honest, I always loved the smell of coffee, it was the taste that put me off. All my Melbourne friends took their coffee black, but I found that so bitter.
My ex took it American style, lots of cream and sugar. More of a confection than a drink, and eventually I decided I was ready to dive in and drink an entire cup. Talk about jittery. I showed up at the Victorian Writers’ Center for some reason, and I was so hyped up I made Seinfeld’s Cramer seem mellow. I just remember talking a hundred miles an hour as a tremor reverberated through me. The women who ran the place was normally pretty friendly, but that day I just recall her leaning away, then backing away.
I’ve never understood why the caffeine in coffee has such a powerful effect on me. I drink many cups of tea a day and the only way I know it impacts me is that if I stop drinking it I get a head ache. That first experience with coffee was pretty unpleasant, none the less, it was barely three years later when I drank my second cup. By then I’d seen coffee growing on a tea estate in Sri Lanka.
I learned on that trip that Sri Lanka, once Ceylon, famous for its tea, began to grow tea in an attempt to save its colonial planters for ruin after the coffee industry was wiped out by a blight. An enterprising Scotsman by the name of James Taylor got the ball rolling in 1867. The rest is history. Last time I was there, the tea planters were testing new varieties of coffee to see if they were blight resistant.
Meanwhile, I’ve noticed a real spike in my coffee consumption. I’m taking in maybe half a dozen cups a year, but as with addictions that initial buzz has gone. Still, I now enjoy a good cup and despite the absence of the jitters, drinking it retains a sense of occasion. What do I drink on the other 359 days a year? Why tea, of course.
191108 ~ 191115 영국여행 #버로우마켓 🇬🇧 #boroughmarket
매일 아침 영국식 브렉퍼스트에
햄버거 샌드위치를 반복...
영국음식의 종류도 단출하고
맛도 그닥이라 도대체 영국인들은
뭘먹고 사는건가 불쌍하다고까지 생각했다. 이곳에 오기 전까지는.
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1 513 hours ago
When your lady beats you to the punch and you’re struggling for a caption...but hey, let’s try this anyways.
Thank you for breaking the 2.5 year stalemate and visiting me first. I’ve missed you an incredible amount and I am so grateful for all our adventures (that span the globe! NYC! Florence! Seattle! Vancouver! Now London!) and more importantly, all the food and wine and design we get to experience together. I can’t wait for our next adventure, and all the next adventures to come after that. Here’s to us and being the future Grace & Frankie in about 50 years. #ldr
6 8013 hours ago
Went across the #TowerBridge and over to #BoroughMarket . Tons of food, cool spot to try a bunch of different things, had some Jamaican food, some Hot Juice, some desserts and a Chorizo topped burger!!! We made our way to our last stop, and the fun one for any artist...the #NationalGallery . Another place you could spend a week. Saw some Monet, Rembrandts, Cezanne, Carvaggio, and one of my favorites #VanGogh . Selfie with the Sunflower painting.
My phone died pretty quick after...but we met up with good friend Mat Barnsley and his brother Peter for dinner at Nandos, and hopped on the train to head back....one fun, exhausting day!
Borough, it’s been real 🤘🏽
Sorry for the late catch up/update/final post - exhaustion you know 😂. What can we say, we’ve had the most unbelievable 6 weeks, and a huge thanks to everyone who came to support us on our last Saturday 🙌🏽 Over 7000 arepas were made and demolished during our stay, mil gracias 🙏🏽
We’re so proud to have been the first ever Venezuelan eatery to trade in London’s most iconic 1000 year old market, to say we’re humbled would be an understatement. We made some great friends and sourced some incredible new producers who will be with us indefinitely - main shout out here to @gingerpigltd for now being the official producer of our very own Venezuelan chorizo. A massive shout out to @tedsveg for supplying us our daily fresh produce, the management and security team at @boroughmarket for giving us the most incredible 6 weeks we’ve ever had as a business thus far.
A huge personal thanks goes to our master arepa maker Daniel, there’s no way we could have managed without you. 🙏🏽
And with a bittersweet feeling we say farewell for now to Borough, and we roll on the Christmas season back home at Maltby. Starting TOMORROW the Christmas Night Market is BACK 🎄🌟
Find us EVERY Friday and weekends until Christmas:
📍Maltby St Market 🕠Friday: 5.30pm - 9.30pm
🕙Saturday: 10am - 5pm
🕚Sunday: 11am - 4pm
New to Borough Market, this Friday sees the opening of Stoney Street by @26grains. Known for their hearty, seasonal and simply delicious porridge that has become synonymous with Neal’s Yard in @coventgardenldn, Stoney Street will offer breakfast, lunch and dinner service. There will be grains – if not 26 of them – alongside seasonal tarts and pastries. And for lunch and dinner, think warm chicory, pear and raclette, focaccia sandwiches with anchovy hazelnut butter, fresh pasta and bavette steak with Swiss chard and taleggio. #boroughmarket#ourboroughmarket#26grains#newrestaurant#restaurantopening
14 1,06319 November, 2019
I walked through Borough Market this morning and it is so Christmas ready 🌲 with festive food and mulled wine. I absolutely love it here and I cannot wait to come back and buy my Christmas feast & treats. I love all the colourful veg for starters. How many coloured carrots can you get for starters 🧡♥️💜🖤💛 In fact I’ll have one in every colour 😂Thank you .
28 57019 November, 2019
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