Property PR team client London Square has brought in Four’s food and drink specialist Johara Chambers to work with them on promoting an artisan food market, for one day only, at the London Square development in Fulham.
The market will showcase London producers, from Wildes Cheeses (of Borough Market fame), Le Grappin Wines and Madam Gautier French traiteur to new and upcoming talent from young entrepreneurs. Four’s very own Sarah Mourtada will be launching Big Smoke Poutine, (the Canadian mouth-watering dish) of Chips, Cheese curds, gravy, pulled pork and slaw.
Fulham is famous for its markets, with North End Road market a regular fixture since Victorian times and the Parson’s Green farmers’ markets– reflecting the days when Fulham was filled with market gardens producing fresh fruit and vegetables. Food markets have long been a colourful part of London life for centuries and at the heart of the regeneration of newly fashionable areas of the capital, such as Borough and parts of East London, creating a sense of real community and a place to meet shop and enjoy some delicious treats.
The Artisan Food market is taking place in Rainsborough Square in Farm Lane on Saturday 24 January from 10 am to 2pm. Everyone is welcome to come and sample the fantastic selection of exceptional British and international produce which will be available to taste, sip and purchase for the whole family.