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Borealis, Borough: restaurant review

Soren Jessen’s Borealis is a treasure trove in a slightly unloved part of Borough, with snacking and dining menus inspired by the Nordics

Hawksmoor Borough, London Bridge: restaurant review

You'll find an even greater focus on seasonal, sustainable cooking at Hawksmoor's latest site, which sees the kitchen collaborate with Borough Market's raft of top-notch producers for a menu of Market Specials

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Clare Finney

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A writer with a keen interest in anything edible and quaffable, Clare cut her teeth (on an olive stone) at the Borough Market magazine, Market Life, and continues to eat, drink and write features and interviews for them and various other magazines and websites. Negroni, Nocellara olives and a cheese board for two please.

Pop-up review: Borough Plates, London Bridge

The former offices of Borough Market are a fitting spot for this sociable pop up, where products from nearby traders get the small-plates treatment

Borough Market: Foodism 100 winner 2019

Borough Market has been around for over 1,000 years, but the hustle, bustle and sense of community that has always been a key part of London’s oldest food market is stronger than ever.

The 2018 Foodism 100 awards night – in pictures

On 25 January, the first ever Foodism 100 awards – in association with Southern Comfort – took place at Borough Market's Market Hall. Here's a look at what went on

Foodism 100: the awards night

We're crowning the Foodism 100's ten category winners at an exclusive event at Borough Market on 25 January – and you can be there to celebrate with us

Auction Against Hunger returns for 2018

This time, the event will take place on a summer evening in July at Borough Market, where some of London’s best and brightest chefs will join in the action

Flavour of the Week: Padella

Pasta, cheese and olive oil form the holy trinity at Padella, the new opening from the guys behind Trullo and the latest addition to Borough Market

The Foodist: on Hackney council's disastrous new licensing policy

A controversial new licensing policy could spell disaster for Hackney's nightlife scene. It's time to get involved