Elliot's Cafe makes the most of being in the heart of Borough Market, creating dishes from ingredients sourced from the market - so if there's no mackerel that day there won't be any mackerel on the menu. It makes for a menu that doesn't just change with the seasons but is tinkered with on a daily basis. As well as Ginger Pig steaks and Square Mile coffees they bake their own bread every day so you can get a great caponata on freshly toasted sourdough. Brett Redman and Rob Green, the duo behind Elliot's, already have a proven track record - this is their second venture following the Pavilion Cafe in Victoria Park, and Rob has run a tea stall on Borough market for around eight years. Part of their plan is to localise London, allowing people who live around Borough to pre-order their lovely loafs, nibble on some olives, or pick at a plate of prosciutto di Parma and pickled peaches - something the friendly staff effortlessly encourage. If you're feeling hungry, opt for a main course which might include baked whole sea bass and wild oregano, partridge, or beef rump with baked onions, carrots and rainbow chard. These can be washed down with offer a some organic and bio-dynamic wines from small vineyards, cider from the New Forest or beers from a range of small scale London brewers. All together a lovely cafe well suited to the spirit of Borough.
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