The Borough Market Kitchen

London's oldest food market features a new communal dining space housed in Jubilee Place.

The communal dining area inside Jubilee Place houses over 20 food traders dedicated to cooking with the best of the market’s seasonal produce, with familiar favourites such as La Tua Pasta and Horn OK sitting alongside newcomers including Mei Mei by chef Elizabeth Haigh (inspired by kopi tiam culture and serving Hainanese chicken rice as its signature dish) and Basque Pintxos bar from Mimo London. Offering everything from the Iraqi cuisine of Juma Kitchen and the traditional Jamaican dishes of Rudie’s Jerk Shack and the definitively British scotch eggs of Scotchtails, which can be enjoyed at large communal tables.

In line with their commitment to sustainability, The Borough Market Kitchen is entirely free of single use plastics, and the tables and seating have been constructed from sustainably sourced materials.


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