Hackney,
27
November
2017
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17:30
Europe/London

New Narrow Way market opens

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Christmas trees, Caribbean roti and chimichurri sauce are all coming to the new Narrow Way St. Augustine's Square Market opening from today (Monday 27 November).

Created as part of the improvements to the Mare Street Narrow Way, St. Augustine's Square, which is located between St. Augustine's Tower and the Narrow Way will see a new weekday market, operating between 10am-4pm.

Well Street Market favourite, Meat in Point, will now be offering argentine sandwiches for lunch-time visitors to the popular Hackney Central spot, which will also see offerings including falafel and Caribbean roti.

Adrian Sandobal, head chef at Meat In Point, who is bringing Argentinian style sandwiches to the new Narrow Way market said: “I am excited about bringing a taste of Argentina to Hackney Central and hope everyone will enjoy adding some chimichurri and salsa criolla sauce to their lunch time flavours!”

Alongside street food the square will also see fruit and veg, books and Christmas trees on sale, just in time for the festive season.

Keep up to date by following the new market on Instagram.

Cllr Guy Nicholson, Cabinet Member for Planning, Business and Investment
It’s great to see local traders bringing life to St Augustine's Square, the new public space in the Narrow Way. The Council has been working with Hackney Central’s St John-at-Hackney to help start up this new weekday market, it will be a great addition to the Narrow Way's growing reputation as a flourishing shopping destination.
Cllr Guy Nicholson, Cabinet Member for Planning, Business and Investment