What: Vintage Borough
In a nutshell: European plates and sharing platters near the Market
Summing it all up: Victoriana meets pan-European sharing plates at Vintage Borough, a new restaurant overlooking Borough Market, with a very flash interior.
Sharing will be the name of the game here, rather than proper sit down plates, making it a good casual stop in. Inside the Victorian-themed restaurant, which will be open seven days a week, there’ll be charcuterie and cheese boards a plenty, which you can pair with other dishes including:
- Crispy artichokes, garlic herb crème fraiche
- Burrata, samphire and almond salad
- Harissa beans, charred tender stem, salted ricotta
- Pork and fennel fettucine, salmoriglio breadcrumbs
- Seared onglet, English asparagus, sun dried tomatoes
Suppliers will include Neal’s Yard, and there’ll also be a curated wine list.
The restaurant itself will overlook Borough Market, and its interior should prove interesting, describing itself as a 'rough jewel box', and has been designed by an interior fashion label to echo the history of the local area using steel caged light fightings and decaying wooden stalls.
More about Vintage Borough
Where is it? 8 Stoney Street, London SE1 9AA
When does it open? Late April