Borough Market will be providing culinary inspiration from Northern Ireland to celebrate St Patrick's Day in the capital, with guest traders setting up shop in the Market Hall to sell some of the best Northern Irish delicacies available.
There'll be all the ingredients to make a legendary Ulster fry: from Cavanagh free-range eggs, produced from hens which forage amongst oak, ash and chestnut trees in County Fermanagh, to freshly baked soda farls and potato bread.
For a healthier (but equally delicious) breakfast, White's traditionally milled porridge oats from will be on sale from one of Northern Ireland's oldest brands.
Add to that Irish black butter, artisan triple cream cheese and award-winning rapeseed oil, and visitors won't be disappointed in the ingredients available.
For a regional tipple, Shortcross Gin, Northern Ireland's first premium craft gin - inspired by the surrounding forests and gardens at Rademon Estate in Co. Down - will be on sale. Botanicals include foraged wild clover, local green apples and elderberries all combined with fresh water from the estate well.