Dan Doherty's Chefs of Tomorrow is popping up at Druid St Market


If Druid St Market isn't firmly on your radar (and if it isn't, what manner of foodie ARE you?) then reason to put it top of your list comes with the news of a series of pop chef spots hitting the market between now and Christmas.

It's all down to Duck and Waffle chef Dan Doherty’s Chefs of Tomorrow venture which aims to showcase burgeoning talent on the brink of chef-stardom. So you'll be able to try the cooking of chefs from some of the best restaurants in London and further afield on a special stall.

We've had a sneak peek at some of the food coming your way and it looks good. There'll be Fish on Chip, Pickled Pink Fir Apple Potato, Burnt Cod, Mushy Peas - from Julian Pickersgill at Picture; Madeira-braised Veal Shin with Bramata Polenta and Gremolata by Alex Dome from Petersham Nurseries; “Joek” (Thai broken rice porridge) by John Chantarasak from Som Saa and a whole roasted goat by Blair Hammond of Brighton’s Silo.

The full calendar of events goes as follows:

Saturday 7th November

  • Julien Pickersgill - Picture Restaurant
  • Lorent Baratki - L'Escargot

Saturday 14th November

  • Lewis Sully - Fera
  • Rachel Karasik - MA in Anthropology of Food

Saturday 21st November

  • Matt Ramsdale - Townhouse, Shropshire
  • Alex Dome - Petersham Nurseries

Saturday 28th November

  • Blair Hammond - Silo, Brighton
  • John Chantarasak - Som Saa

Saturday 5th December

  • Natalie Poroosotum - The Ham Yard Hotel
  • Dan Gibeon of 64 Degrees, Brighton