A sandwich and bakery spot open from 8am each morning serving Margot’s Pride, an exclusive range of sandwiches from Margot and Hector Henderson of Shoreditch’s Rochelle Canteen; a range of housemade sweet treats; and Origins coffee. In the evening, the space transforms into Provisions Lates, serving Cocchi negronis, Jamon by Juanito and Margot’s Pride hot sandwiches.
Tuesday-Friday from 8am, Saturday from 10am, Sunday from 12pm.
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Viet Populaire is bringing its famous bánh mì to Arcade by popular demand. Faithful to the Vietnamese original, baguettes are baked daily and served warm with a still-crackling crust. The Hanoi-style bánh mìs are generously filled with butter mayo pickles, pate, cold cuts, tofu and finished with fresh herbs and chillies from owner Luke Farrell’s collection of greenhouse in Dorset.
True to Hanoi café culture, there’ll be Vietnamese phin coffee in the mornings, made with dark filter coffee roasted with butter and vanilla, dripped over condensed milk.
Tuesday-Saturday from 10am, Sunday from 12pm.
Sonora Taqueria’s Michelle Salazar de la Rocha and Sam Napier, bring their brand new alter ego, Mexa, to Arcade.
Rooted in pride and heritage, Mexa, usually a term of endearment in Mexico, is a celebration of Michelle’s homeland with many dishes being created from family recipes, with an added punch of flavour.
Expect quesadillas, tacos and mariscos like you’ve never tried before.
Developed by Arjun Gurung (ex-Berenjak, ex-Fat Duck), Nepali street food stall Tipan Tipan is named after the variety of small starter plates eaten before a main meal in Nepal. Plates are heartily filled with traditional tipan tapans like momo, achars and choila. On special occasions, tipan tapan unites family and friends in celebration over food.
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Shatta & Toum is a shawarma kitchen from Berenjak founder Kian Samyani. The shawarma is made using khobez bread stuffed with chicken shawarma and marinated lamb doner. The menu also showcases a range of Middle Eastern mezze.
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Order SHATTA & TOUM via Deliveroo here.
Street food from the warungs and night markets of Indonesia and the second kitchen from chef Luke Farrell. The menu is built around the twice-cooked crispy duck and chicken that Javanese street stalls are famous for, created using fresh Indonesian ingredients and produce grown on Luke's Dorset farm, Ryewater Nursery.
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A sushi kitchen developed by the founders of Yashin Sushi featuring freshly-made Tempura Prawn and Salmon Sandos, and Salmon, Tuna and Avocado Maki Rolls. Omakase experience also available, see below.
The Benham & Froud Jelladrome is an eye-catching concessions by Bompas & Parr. It serves up shareable architectural trifles layered with jelly, blancmange, biscuit and cream in flavour like Mango Colada, boozy jelly shots and nostalgic penny licks.
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Alongside a sushi menu available for the food hall, Sushi Kamon will offer their counter for a bookable omakase experience, where master sushi chefs prepare a tailored menu in front of their guests.The dining experience costs £45 and is bookable at 7.00pm and 8.30pm for up to 8 guests.
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Arcade’s flagship, bookable restaurant from Luke Farrell delivers Southern Thai comfort food on the mezzanine level. With the name nodding to Thailand’s ‘khao gaeng’ (curry over rice) street stalls, curries will be made using specially-made fresh curry pastes and herbs, spices, vegetables and fruits grown in Luke's greenhouses in Dorset.
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