Meet Camden Market’s newest food traders
BUY PRODUCE, LUNCH AND SNACKS AT THESE STALLS FROM FRIDAY TO SUNDAY
Sometimes, a soggy sandwich just won’t cut it. You need something handmade, something artisanal, perhaps some charcuterie meats (because let’s face it, who doesn’t need more cured meats, cheeses and scotch eggs in their lives). Here’s a little introduction to our newest food traders, located in the middle of North Yard.
The Fruit Cup
Need a vitamin hit? The Fruit Cup made a tour of the festival circuit last year before landing in our very own Camden Market. As you might have guessed from the name, all of their chopped fruits, yoghurts and granola and smoothie come in cups, so are perfect for snacking on the go.
The Charcuterie Board
Bringing the best quality cured, smoked, air-dried and fermented meats from two artisan providers: Native Breeds Charcuterie in Gloucestershire and Moons Green Charcuterie in East Sussex, all of The Charcuterie Board’s meats from venison salami to beef brisket to air dried pork are all sourced locally and are certified organic. Plus they do a banging Scotch egg.
If you are in the Market for a posh lunch, you won’t get much posher than the boxed lunches at Capital Larder. From super salads to sandwiches to cakes and sweet treats, you can celebrate the weekend with some fancy food.
Possessed by the thought of pastry? Deli Santé is where it’s at if your idea of a good time is various foods wrapped in crispy, golden pastry. From quiche to sausage rolls to sweet pastries, you’ll be able to get your fix all weekend long.
The Scottish Kitchen
Scottish produce is some of the best in the world and the meats, tarts, smoked salmon and baked goods at The Scottish Kitchenare no exception. So if you want to experience The Highlands but you only have your lunch hour or the afternoon, head to their stall to pick up produce including soft fruit, haggis and black pudding, as well as hot smoked salmon salads, haggis and bacon rolls and steak sandwiches.