Traders Bring Fresh Tastes to Corn Exchange Square on Saturdays
Four specialist food stalls will be trading outside Leicester’s Corn Exchange on Saturday 20 April, giving shoppers some fresh ideas for their weekend dining.
The Little Artisan Market is set to provide high quality food every Saturday, bringing with it a variety of differing cuisines.
Leicestershire-based Sourdoughome will be offering a tasty selection of its organic sourdough loaves, while Springfield Kitchen will be introducing shoppers to its range of chutneys, jams, marmalades and mustards – all made with 100% natural ingredients.
At Nini’s Delicious stall, shoppers will be able to choose from a selection of hot Indian dishes, with meat, fish and vegetarian options on offer.
There will also be a wide selection of vegan Indian savouries – all made to traditional family recipes – at the Tasty Bites stall. Vegetable samosas and dhebras – a fried savoury bread – will be on sale, as well as homemade Bombay Mix and a special, milder ‘Leicester Mix’ that features puffed rice, yellow lentils, potato sticks, nuts and sultanas.
All four stalls will be trading from 10.00am until 3.00pm on Saturday on Corn Exchange Square, in front of the pub.
Markets development officer Adam Piotrowski said: “These specialist traders will complement the fresh food on offer at Leicester Market, giving shoppers new ideas and even more choice.
“Every Saturday, we’ll be inviting local artisan businesses to take a stall in front of the Corn Exchange to create a mini speciality food market.
“We hope that our customers – both old and new – will enjoy the extra choice they’ll find at our little artisan market on Saturdays from now on.”