Market serves excellent British cooking in a friendly atmosphere and with reasonable prices to boot. The menu features classic dishes such as roasted pork belly stuffed with prunes, chicken and ham pie, and salt lamb, served with Jerusalem artichokes and caper sauce. To complement your meal there's also a well thought out selection of wines from around the globe.
We have dined here on special evenings and lunchtimes ever since Market opened. I cannot fault the food - it's honest and is exactly what it says on the menu. Which to my delight is ever changing with seasons and available produce. Moaning vegetarians (I have been one in a past life), please read the menu first and go up the hill to the York and Albany if you think you will do better. Otherwise, dine on the pavement at Fresh
and Wild - it's very nice also.
by myke, 12 Mar 2009
Wonderful gem. Camden is full of great places to eat. Market may be just about the best of them all. Pork belly and lemon sole to die for.
by Old Reprobate, 15 Feb 2009
Don't ever go to this place with a vegetarian. We went last night and although everyone else's food looked and apparently tasted great, the only veggie main course option was blatantly no more than an afterthought in concept, taste and execution: a puddle of overcooked risotto with a stingy five small pieces of boiled-to-a-mush pumpkin in it, the whole tasting more of salt than anything else. At £11.50, this is not acceptable. Everything else was cool though.
by emma1977, 09 Nov 2008
Possibly the best service in London! This, for me, is such a massive part of an enjoyable meal. The food ain't half bad either. Been back here a few times now, thinking it can't be as good as the last time, and it just gets better! Lovely grub, including the best Sunday roast I ever had and lots of other fine food.
by franko (2 reviews
), 18 Sep 2008
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