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Druid Street Market

Aug 3rd, 2015

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With Borough Market and Maltby Street Market dominating the food scene around London Bridge, the new kid on the block, or on Druid Street to be precise, is carving its way into the hearts of Saturday market foodies one stall at a time. Founded by Miranda York, Editor TOAST magazine, Druid Street Market promotes and supports local businesses and artisans whose instinctive skill and pure love for food fill our bellies with some of London’s finest grub. From unusual pickles and kimchi, to buttermilk cheese and salted caramel treats, the market’s lineup revolves every week. It showcases the best of the food start up scene and also the latest recipe books and concepts from some familiar faces such as Camilla Barnard from Rude Health and Meera Sodha, author of Made in India.
It might not be the platform for the healthiest cold pressed juice or the latest spirulizer technique (2 stalls in the lineup include the word ‘FAT’ in their name) but Druid Street Market ultimately shows what rookies in London are all about.

 

Some of our favourite traders:
Fatties – homemade caramels and sweet treats

 

FAT by Freddie – pickles, kimchi and hot sauce, plus toasties using the pickles

 

Raw Duck – restaurant bringing their  homemade drinking vinegars, ferments and ceramics

 

Druid Street Market

 

Saturdays 9am-4pm

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