Camden’s Stables Market is this winter welcoming The Flour Station, who have chosen the historic market as location for their first permanent site. The Flour Station begun in the kitchen of Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen and grew to a network of 9 market stalls across some of London’s best markets, now growing so big that they have opened up their restaurant serving everything from breakfast through to dinner.
You’ll see market stall favourites such as their decadent salted chocolate brownies, their signature traybakes, oat and raspberry slices as well as a whole array of savoury edibles. Though famed for their delicious bakes, The Flour Station will be working with fellow marketeers Cannon & Cannon, Neal’s Yard Cheese and Vadasz Deli, to add a whole new dimension to their breads. As well as this, there’ll be wine from Borough Wines and beer from Toast Ale who work with The Flour Station using their waste bread to create their bubbly brews.
The breakfasts will be served on market-style sharing platters, piled high with all sorts; maybe a breakfast pudding – layers of croissants soaked in custard with fruit, or a brioche with hazelnut frangipane might take your fancy. Chris Honor of ChrisKitch, has collaborated with The Flour Kitchen to create a lunch menu that will boast flavoursome salads, open-faced rye sandwiches as well as sweet sticky toffee brioche buns to satisfy that sweet tooth of yours. Dinner again will be served on sharing platters featuring foods from their collaborating marketeers, to be washed down the alcoholic beverage of your choice.
So forget that worry about carbs and load up at The Flour Station.
The Flour Station opens 2nd November at Camden Stables Market