MARKET HALL FULHAMWed 05 2018 | Adaya
Market Hall Fulham is a huge new food hall filled with ten vendors selling everything from coffee to barbecue.
It’s the first of three halls planned for London, inspired by the hawker halls of Asia. We think this will definitely become one of London’s best street food markets and food halls.
This is inside the Grade II-listed Edwardian former ticket hall of Fulham Broadway Station, which was designed by Harry Wharton Ford in the 1880s. It’s been empty for six years, so its great to see such a historic space come to life once more. You’ll see some original features retained, like the enamel ‘TO THE TRAINS’ sign and the original ticket offices.
Make sure you bring your A game because there’s lots to try here.
Claude’s Deli: It’s the best of seasonal British food at Claude’s Deli, a new venture from the locals behind Claude’s Kitchen, Amuse Bouche and The Tommy Tucker. Think hearty sandwiches, salads, home made bread and pastries, and tartines.
Thima by Farang: We love Farang — it’s one of London’s best Thai restaurants — so we’re excited to welcome this new project from its founder Sebby Holmes. Here you’ll find some of his most popular dishes from the North London restaurant along with some new exclusives.
Yard Sale Pizza: The bases at Yard Sale are double fermented for an extra flavour boost and toppings include harissa lamb with guindilla chillies, goats’ cheese and red onion with fresh mint yoghurt dressing.
Hot Box: This is one for the carnivores as Hot Box specialise in those big ol’ meat platters you find in traditional American ‘cue restaurants. They rub their meat then slowly smoke it using a combo of hickory and oak wood.
Ahi Poke: After something a little lighter? A poke bowl could fit the bill. Inspired by the laid back poke bars of California they make (very Instagrammable) bowls of fish (which is sustainably caught), served on a base of rice, quinoa or kale.
Calcutta Canteen: This is a new venture from Asma Khan, the woman behind Darjeeling Express in Soho. This time, she’s focusing on the street food of Calcutta, serving dishes like phulki lentil fritters and drinks including salted cumin lassi.
Soft Serve Society: You’ll be needing something sweet so head to Soft Serve Society, where they top cones with plump swirls of ice cream in unusual flavours like charcoal.
Butchies: We love Butchies for their tender, buttermilk fried chicken sandwiches and those irresistible Buffalo hot wings.
Fanny’s Kebabs: You’ll find lamb, falafel and other ‘kebab’ options at Fanny’s, alongside rice boxes with salad, pitta with hummus, baba ganoush and chicken wings.
Press Coffee: These guys import and roast beans from 15 different countries so it’s the place to stop for that all important caffeine hit.
You’ll also find drinks served at individual vendors.
In a Nutshell:
The food hall is becoming quite the trend in London. We enjoy this way of dining as it gives a chance to try food from a few different places and introduces the possibility of a mini food crawl. Lucky Fulham…