It is going to be sited in the arches opposite Feng Sushi / Wine Wharf, next to the Floral Hall bit of the market.
lalous - I think Monmouth are doing their best to find ways of expanding but for various reasons haven't yet done so. The area of new cages fronted by the floral hall is in the process of being occupied by the meat vendors - Ginger Pig, Peter Gott, Farmer Sharpe - and the small cage is for the chap who sells pasties and pies. I believe Turnips will eventually move back to the area under their glass box office.
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Feng Sushi is extremely important, especially for residents of gastroflats, who tend to have very little space and a lot of bad chi to redirect.
By using small slivers of strategically positioned raw fish, residents of said gastro"pods" can effectively combat your dragon's claw style of scoffing, Mr Bridger., while they wait for the Occado van to come.
lalous, there are already some real meat eater's places in the area. You'll find that the restaurants run by members of our vibrant South American community, serve meat almost to the point of excluding any other item on the menu. As for pasta, Castello at the E&C, is well worth a visit.
A bit further down the Walworth Road, La Luna is also a good italian that gets a good write-up in Time Out. Last time I was in there, Mad Frankie Fraser of 60's gangland fame was in, so what more recommendation could you want? :-)
By coincidence I've just had the programme for next month's Lambeth Readers' and Writers' Festival...
History in your lunch hour
Monday 9 May, 1-2.30pm
'Mad' Frankie Fraser in conversation with local history librarian Anna Robinson. Waterloo born and bred Frankie will be talking about his memories of his life and times in and around Waterloo.