Agua Na Boca

Herne Hill market.

Agua Na Boca in English means “MOUTHWATERING” and the word says it all. The owner, Andre Gailey Coutinho has been working in the Hospitality Business in London for the past 14 years. With his passion for food, he was looking to bring some of Brazil’s most popular food to the streets of London.

So here it is… a food stall with a difference! Agua Na Boca sells Brazillian delicacies such as Salgadinhos (pastry savouries), Gourmet Brigadeiros (chocolate truffles) and Churros ( delicious doughnuts filled with chocolate or salted caramel) from his tricycle.

Agua Na Boca also provides catering services for parties and you can hire our food stall to make Churros at your party.

www.aguanabocalondon.com

Arlene’s Cakes and Honey

Stepney and Alexandra Palace markets


Arlene comes from a family of bakers and cake makers - her mother was a great West Indian cake baker. In the 1960s each weekend, her resourceful mother would bake cakes for most West Indian celebrations.

Arlene is a therapist, yoga teacher, birth-worker, doula and beekeeper. She now also sells her very different cakes at farmers markets in London. Arlene started beekeeping in 1998, after inheriting a hive when she bought a house in Chingford. Depending on the season, she harvests approximately 300 pounds of honey, and as such is able to maintain the quality of the local honey that she sells. This untreated, raw, unpasteurised honey is sold locally or at markets in London.

Chillimamas

Herne Hill Market


Chillimamas was established by Frances 4 years ago in her home kitchen in Hayes, Kent.

Chillimamas makes jams and chutneys mainly from organically grown fruit and veg from her garden. Any extra ingredients are usually sourced locally from friends and neighbours gardens. Each year Frances grows red hot chillies which she makes into her popular SWEET CHILLI JAM and her HOT HOT CHILLI SAUCE.

You can find Chillimamas once a month at Herne Hill Farmers Market where you can see and taste all her delicious range of tasty products.

Bath Soft Cheese

Alexandra Palace, Oval, and Herne Hill markets.




The Padfields have been farming at Park Farm in Somerset since 1914. They make award-winning organic cheese with milk from their own herd of Friesian cows.

The organic dairy farm is situated just outside Bath around the village of Kelston. The three cheeses always on sale at CCFM are: Bath Soft Cheese, a soft cheese similar to camembert that dates from Admiral Nelson time; the Wyfe fo Bath, a nutty and sweet semi-hard cheese similar to a Gouda; and the Bath Blue Cheese, which won 'Best Cheese in the World' at the World Cheese Awards in 2014. The cheese is currently made in the same stone building where cheddar was made back in 1920's.

parkfarm.co.uk

WhamBam Mother Bhumi

Herne Hill market.







WhamBam-Mother Bhumi pride themselves on making the best bhajias and pakoras that money can buy and they are cooked right in front of you. They buy in wholegrain rice, lentils and spices, grind them themselves, mix up the batter, dip in some seasonal local organic veg, pop them into some sunflower oil and hey presto! They are irresistibly delicious nutritious allergen-free snacks which everyone can enjoy with a choice of dips to really tickle your tastebuds.

If you can't eat them right away then you can take a cold bag home to reheat and maybe even tell your friends you made them yourself! They are at Herne Hill market twice monthly and have been in the pakora business for 16 years now. It might seem crazy but they really do get better all the time! For those who care, they also have a very vigilant environmental policy which means they serve you on biodegradable trays and compost or recycle/reuse much of their waste. They use their sunflower oil once or twice only and then it becomes biodiesel. They are also gluten-free and vegan. This is food for the future!