Druid Street Market has joined forces with Dan Doherty’s Chefs of Tomorrow for a series of pop-up chef spots every Saturday from 7th November to 5th December. Providing some good old-fashioned community spirit on the run up to Christmas, the Bermondsey-based market will host a line-up of burgeoning talent on the brink of chef-stardom. #yummyyum
Featuring lesser-known culinary masters from some of the best known kitchens in London and the UK including Fera, Petersham Nurseries, 64 Degrees and L’Escargot, the pop-up is a chance to sample food from serious players in the food world of tomorrow.
Highlights from the five week series include Julian Pickersgill from Fitzrovia’s Picture cooking Fish on Chip, Pickled Pink Fir Apple Potato, Burnt Cod, Mushy Peas; Alex Dome from Petersham Nurseriesrustling up Madeira-braised Veal Shin with Bramata Polenta and Gremolata; John Chantarasakfrom Som Saa making “Joek” (Thai broken rice porridge); a whole roasted goat from Blair Hammond of Brighton’s Silo.
Other culinary stars not to be missed include Lorent Baratki (L’Escargot), Lewis Sully (Fera), Matt Ramsdale (Townhouse, Shropshire), Natalie Poroosotum (The Ham Yard Hotel) and Daniel Gibeon (64 Degrees, Brighton). All will be manning stalls alongside the market’s roster of regular traders including Lonzo, & Cultured, Fatties, Blackhand, Weligama, F.A.T and Decatur.
Chefs of Tomorrow at Druid St – Line Up
Saturday 7th November
Julien Pickersgill – Picture Restaurant, London
Lorent Baratki – L’Escargot, London
Saturday 14th November
Lewis Sully – Fera, London
Rachel Karasik – MA in Anthropology of Food
Saturday 21st November
Matt Ramsdale – Townhouse, Shropshire
Alex Dome – Petersham Nurseries, London
Saturday 28th November
Blair Hammond – Silo, Brighton
John Chantarasak – Som Saa, London
Saturday 5th December
Natalie Poroosotum – The Ham Yard Hotel
Daniel Gibeon – 64 Degrees, Brighton
7TH NOVEMBER – 5TH DECEMBER 2015
Saturdays 9am-4pm – Druid Street Market