Our newest branch on Ropewalk and Maltby Street. Featuring flooring, architectural antiques, industrial fittings, a full carpentry workshop and @mkitchensmith.
As a family business that also encompasses events, cane juice machines, festivals, wholesale distribution and private dining, JamaicaDeli.com seeks to bring a unique taste of the Caribbean to one of London’s best weekly food markets.In addition to retailing 100% JamaicaBlueMountain coffee – the ‘Champagne of coffees’ – JamaicaDeli.com boasts a product line including their ‘most refreshing drink in the world’ – fresh sugar cane juice, Jamaican rum and fruit cake alongside seasonal fruits and, of course, their much-loved Jerk wraps.
The Cheese Truck started out in Dec 2013, Mathew and Alex wanted to celebrate just how great British cheese could be. They`re here every Saturday and Sunday making what could only be described as London`s finest grilled cheese sandwiches. Using fresh Pagnotta sourdough and British farmhouse cheeses they make melted cheese heaven.
Taking produce from local grocers, and lots of different types of sausage from local butchers O’Shea’s, Potdog offer a more interesting and less bready alternative to the traditional hotdog – all lovingly put together for you in a big delicious pot. After all, who needs poor quality bread and meat when there’s so much better out there? No bun, more fun, that’s our motto!
The Bottle Shop presents The Modern Beer Bar Specialising in full-flavoured, quality-made beer from London and other parts of the UK. We feature beer that pairs wonderfully with food, available for takeway or enjoyment in the market. These beers are made by brewers who brew with passion for their beer. Come enjoy the exciting world that is modern beer and how well it goes with adventurous food. Free food and beer advice given.
The Avocado Cafe provides a range of avocado dips and inspired dishes to London’s finest food markets. The business first traded in April 2013 at The Great Brixton Bakeoff after running a series of tasting sessions. Founded by Louise Maddy, The Avocado Café is a 2013 First Pitch Finalist, a scheme run by the National Market Trader’s Federation. Louise has worked full time on the business since June 2013, when she left her job in Finance in the City of London. The avocado dip range comprises of five different flavours; lime pickle, pickled beetroot, tzatziki, hummus and guacamole. The business also provides a range of food to eat on the go, including salad boxes, bruschettas and fishcakes.
Newton&Pott are homemade Chutneys, Jams & Preserves made in a London based kitchen in Hackney. All our ingredients are fresh and all natural taking pride to practise the artisan methods of yesteryear while combining interesting and fun flavours, sometimes with an exotic flavour twist for the modern day palate.
The art of soap making comes to SE1.
Using only high quality, natural ingredients and traditional methods, Stella produces stylish, deliciously scented, olive oil & shea butter soaps, balms and bath bombs in her local kitchen workshop. These beautiful handmade soaps make fantastic gifts, party or wedding favours (bespoke orders welcome) and with no chemical nasties, are especially suited to delicate skin.
Treat yourself after a day at the market with a hot bath and a little personal indulgence.
Jemima In The Woods provides fresh cut flowers, plants, containers and accessories to make a gift or to enjoy at home. The flowers selected are seasonal and frequently sourced from British growers. With her training and wealth of experience in the industry, Jemima delivers a quirky and bespoke style in her design of bouquets, weddings and events.
Chef Grant Hawthorne produces award-winning, premium Mozambique-style Peri Peri sauces and marinades, with a selection of street food to showcase their versatility (think pulled pork, chicken Prego rolls, prawns and burgers). African Volcano also donate 30 pence from every bottle sold to support the initiatives of Habitat for Humanity’s Youth Build project in Cape Town.
On the outskirts of Forest Row in East Sussex, Brambletye Fruit Farm specialises in biodynamic apples, pears and soft fruit of the highest quality, alongside biodynamic vegetables and mushrooms. The 50 acres of orchard are also home to some of the happiest and healthiest chickens. Completely free to roam among the fruit trees and eating only local cereals, they produce organic eggs of superior quality and savour.
The passionate, knowledgeable baristas at Craft Coffee serve up delicious Has Bean coffee. They offer espresso based drinks, filter and, if it’s sunny, cold brew. With a different selection of single-origin beans each week (which you can purchase bags of to enjoy at home), you are sure to taste something you love.
Ole-Martin Hansen’s smokehouse in Stoke Newington uses Scottish salmon, which arrives early in the morning and is salted, cured and cold-smoked using a blend of juniper and beech wood. Often quoted as the best smoked salmon available in London, each Hansen & Lydersen salmon is carefully hand-filleted and hand-salted according to a family recipe devised by Norwegian fishmonger Lyder-Nilsen Lydersen in 1923.
Little Bird Gin is lovingly distilled in small batches in London using unique botanicals including grapefruit and orange to give a smoother, more rounded, fresh tasting gin. Take a seat at their pop-up bar for spicy Bloody Marys, classic Negronis and the perfect G&T.
Keith Bagley set up Market Gourmet to provide a range of high end ‘convenience meals’ that are the equal of those served at a top class restaurant (using the techniques of sous vide). A selection of handmade pates, rillettes and terrines are also available. Try the likes of beef brisket and pulled pork on brioche at the market, or pick something up to cook at home.
Monty’s Deli Jewish soul food has been a regular and much talked about fixture on the Ropewalk since the beginning. Owner Mark makes everything from scratch, from the wonderfully soothing chicken soup with matzo balls to the incredibly delicious and tender Pastrami and Salt Beef. Every week 40kg of beef brisket is delivered and then brined for 6 days in Monty’s secret recipe cure. The Pastrami is then rubbed with a blend of spices and carefully smoked in an outdoor coal smoker for around seven hours. The sandwiches are hand-sliced and heavy-loaded New York style, and judging by the long queues, extremely sought after too.
Une Normande a Londres provide an extensive range of quality artisan cheese, cured meats and preserves from France.
Run by the best jamon carvers in London (Zac and Chuse), the Tozino market stall offers Spanish cheese, cured meats and jamon carved to order. Look beyond the stall though and you’ll find London’s first jamon bodega hidden under the railway arch. Platters of jamon and cheese are offered alongside traditional dishes such as tortilla de patata, migas a la pastora and sobrasada with honey. And of course there’s cava, sherry, wine and Moritz beer on tap. With experience cutting ham for Ferrán Adria and the Spanish Royal Family, Tozino also offers professional carving for events.
Eddie and Bettina love waffles. Fresh waffles made right in front of you on hot and heavy cast iron machines. They like to push the envelope and your expectations on what a waffle can be. Re-inventing traditional and regional German waffle recipes, experimenting with ingredients and honing their technique to produce waffles that are deliciously light, airy and crisp. For early birds they serve breakfast waffles (think dry cure bacon with maple syrup or home-cured salmon served with lemon crème fraiche), and for the sweeter tooth there are deliciously fruity options and cheeky chocolate sauces.