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Covent Garden Real Food Market Menu – Thursday 24th September

Good morning! No time for photos I am afraid, but there is a menu – I believe that’s called progress! Two vegetarian options today, so come on down vegetarians, we’re not all about the swine. We’ve a leaner cut of pork today, the more decadent and luxurious loin, I thought I would treat you. Great meat again from Yorkshire.

I best get my skates on! See you soon.

Eat Like a Girl @ Covent Garden Real Food Market Menu

- Thursday 24th September 2009 12-7pm-

Roast loin of pork sandwiches w/ spiced apple relish in homemade bread £4.50

Potato & Bacon Tart £3/slice

Beetroot, Tomato & Goat’s Cheese Tartlets £3 (v)

Caramelised Onion & Goat’s Cheese Tartlets £3 (v)

Pork & Chorizo Sausage Rolls in homemade butter shortcrust pastry£3

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Bisol Jeio Prosecco £3.50

Bisol Jeio Rosé Prosecco £3.50

Pear & Elderflower Bellini w/ Bisol Jeio Prosecco £4

(v) = vegetarian

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  1. I visited Covent Garden today hoping to say “Hello” and to sample the pork sandwich, but I couldn’t find you. Is your stall amongst the food stalls at the eastern end of the market? I could find a polish deli, indian food, spit roast chicken and all sorts of lovely looking stuff, but not your stall. I was there about 12.30. Better luck next time I hope.

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    • Oh, so sorry Dave! I was a little late with issues with my taxi :( I was there at 12.30 though.

      Cove next week and I’ll give you a sausage roll on the house as an apology! :) And I’ll be on time. Promise.

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  2. The pork & chorizo sausage roll was great – a good meaty tasty pork (I knew I was eating the real thing!) and the chorizo added a nice kick. Crumbly buttery pastry – not too thick . It left me wanting for more, or a bigger one at least!

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    • Thanks Caroline! I was worried the pastry was too thin this week, as it is quite a crumbly shortcrust. However, I did like the taste :)

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  3. Makes me hungry. Not being a Londoner, I’m still trying to understand Covent Garden opening hours.

    You are open in the afternoons? Where is the produce market? They only open from midnight?

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