New Opening:
The Kitchens at Old Spitalfields Market

Discover modern fine dining in a relaxed market environment.

A handpicked collection of chefs have come together to form the new Foster+Partner’s designed Kitchens at Old Spitalfields Market. The ten new traders are cooking an exciting mix of contemporary dishes in the market’s relaxed communal environment.

The Kitchens form the heart of the market, a central point to enjoy all-day dining. The chefs and restaurants, many of whom are East London’s best-kept secrets, range from nose-to-tail dining to a dedicated dessert stall for the sweet-toothed among us. The eclectic mix allows you to experience a range of flavours from different cultures around the world, housed in one place.

Look out for Berber and Q who focus on middle-eastern ingredients, Breddos Tacos bringing a unique take on Mexican cuisine, Bar Barbarian explores Asian flavours, Dumpling Shack will be serving it’s cult dumpling recipes, Flank offers nose-to-tail comfort food prepared on an open fire, Happy Endings Instagram-worthy desserts, Thousand Knives for Japanese, Sood Family for modern Italian, Rök’s Nordic dishes, and top street food trader Yum Bun.

 

The Kitchens have been expertly curated by renowned Chef Nuno Mendes and hospitality specialist Stephen Macintosh, the goal is to, “bring Old Spitalfields Market into the modern day, and to celebrate all of the creative people and talent within this pocket of London.” says Mendes.

“It’s a chance for us to bring Old Spitalfields Market into the modern day, and to celebrate all of the creative people and talent within this pocket of London.”

Nuno Mendes, co-founder of Ten Ten

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