Wednesday 9 December 2020

Borough Market - Enjoy late night Christmas shopping at Borough Market


Enjoy late night Christmas shopping at Borough Market

This year, in the absence of the usual mass gatherings, the simple pleasures to be found in buying, preparing and sharing food are likely to be felt even more intensely than usual. And there really is nowhere better to start the process than at Borough Market, a place unmatched in the quality and diversity of its seasonal produce. To make your Christmas shopping as convenient and pleasurable as possible, were staying open until 9pm on Thursday and Friday, this week and next week. Start the festive spirit flowing by browsing our stalls under the lights, accompanied by musicians and entertainers.
See our full Christmas opening hours

Last call - cook along with Olia Hercules, using the finest Borough Market produce

Among the many trader demos, interviews and cookalongs in the Borough Market Festive Kitchen this week, the wonderful Olia Hercules will be joining this week’s host Bettina Campolucci Bordi on Wednesday at 6:30pm to rustle up a plate of varenyky dumplings – a Ukrainian Christmas speciality – filled with kraut, mushrooms and chestnuts. For the ultimate combination of convenience and quality, there’s still time to order a Borough Market recipe produce box containing everything you need to join in (plus a little more), sourced directly from our traders. If you live in London, order by 1pm on Wednesday and we'll deliver it direct to your door.
Buy Olia’s recipe produce box
If you missed the opportunity to join in with Ben Ebbrell last week, we still have a few recipe produce boxes available for his ridiculously moreish caramelised onion and squash mac ’n’ cheese. Order one now, then fire up the video of his highly entertaining cookalong on our Facebook page.
Buy Ben’s recipe produce box

Mei Mei

Headed by Elizabeth Haigh, Mei Mei serves dishes inspired by the cuisine of Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, as well as selling a range of spice blends, sauces and meal kits. Elizabeth will be in the Festive Kitchen on Wednesday at 3pm, showing us how to bring leftover turkey to life with a homemade laksa paste and kaya toast.


Brindisa imports high quality, carefully sourced Spanish food, including cheeses, oils, store cupboard staples, chorizo and the very finest Iberian ham. Monika Linton, founder of Brindisa, will be in the Festive Kitchen on Friday at 3.30pm alongside chef Leo Rivera, demonstrating how to cook rice with pork ribs and black pudding.


Jerusalem artichoke soup with hazelnut oil & crispy skins

A light, highly seasonal starter for a Christmas feast, leaving plenty of room for the main event.

Muscovado meringue, caramelised orange & cardamom custard

Perky citrus, warming spice and rich caramel combined in the most indulgent of wintery desserts.