The only problem with Market Hall is choosing which of the London restaurant outlets to eat from. Familiar favourites congregate under the Edwardian space’s glass roof offering fast service on hero dishes. There are 11, plus 3 bars, a coffee shop and a roof terrace planned for April. Roti King’s Malaysian fried chicken is on nearly every table, statuesque on a banana leaf platter. Then there’s Kerbisher and Malt’s perfect chippie and Monty’s succulent salt beef bagels. In the end, we plump for Baozilnn’s ruby dumplings: delicate steamed rice wrapper bursting at the seams. Next, Koya Ko’s tempura prawn udon – the foot-long prawn wrapped in swirls of crisp batter, resting on bouncy noodles in a zen dashi broth. We add Flank’s brisket naan into the mix: big smokey, spicy comfort food. Full but wanting more, we grab a bag of Monty’s still-warm bagels to go. With the Marksman Pub’s Bunshop and Breddo’s Super Tacos still to try, we’ll be back soon.
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