/Changes Afoot at London's Borough Market and Maltby Street

Changes Afoot at London's Borough Market and Maltby Street

Kappacasein, Borough Market

Visitors to London’s Borough Market this weekend may have noticed the conspicuous absence of seven of its best food artisans: The Borough Cheese Co., The Ham and Cheese Co., Hophurst Farm/Rennet and Press, Kappacasein, Kaseswisss

, Mons and Topolski. Collectively called the The Bemondsey Seven, these vendors were evicted from Borough on May 7 (long story, which I reported on for The Atlantic here) and for now will be trading exclusively at Maltby Street.

There are even some changes afoot at Maltby, as well, namely Kappacasein has moved to a new 200 square meter space at 1 Voyager Business Estate at the junction of Frean Street and Ness Street (SE16 4RP). It is a five minute walk from Maltby Street towards Bermondsey. Its a six minute walk from Bermondsey Tube Station. Check out Maltby Street and the new Kappacasein location every Saturday from 9am-2pm.

2017-02-17T15:28:02+00:00 May 15th, 2011|Categories: Culture, London|4 Comments


  1. Jill May 15, 2011 at 7:28 pm - Reply

    Good to know about Kappacasein’s! I’m still dreaming about the toasted cheese sandwich I had in March…

  2. daphne May 16, 2011 at 3:44 pm - Reply

    Thanks Katie! I´ll travel to london later in the year and was planning a trip to this markets in search of kappacaseins etc, good to be kept updated! 🙂

  3. Angie May 17, 2011 at 4:56 pm - Reply

    Woa! What exactly is that in the picture? It looks awesome!

  4. Katie May 20, 2011 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    @jill i can relate to that. the sandwiches are dreamy

    @daphne check the kappacasein website for updates but at the moment, the workspace is open from 9-2 on Saturdays

    @angie that is raclette which has been heated and scraped off its form into a plate of potatoes, onions, and pickles.

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