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Famous salt beef bagels and sandwiches plus London's best vegan falafel wraps and salads based in Borough Market in London

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Nana Fannys street food market stall is based within London’s finest and most prestigious food market, Borough Market, SE1, which has been in existence for over 1000 years.
We currently specialise in amazing Salt Beef from a 3rd generation, 1944 family recipe, alongside amazing vegetarian Falafels, both of which have been featured in London’s Evening Standard and Time Out magazine, however, as of November 18th 2019, we are relocating to a newly created hot food area called Borough Market Kitchens and expanding our menu (examples being - Potato Latkes, Middle eastern inspired salads, Fish goujons amongst many more deli classics) and therefore need to employ additional servers and a chef to bolster the team.

Role:- Full training will be given enabling you to setup the market stall, prepare & cook all menu items ready for service following strict guidelines and training whilst maintaining our 5* rated hygiene standards, serve our customers, cash handling, customer interaction, clean down at the end of the day, pack down the stall and return to storage. This is a customer facing role NOT kitchen based

Requirements: - We have both full and part time positions available. Working within the street food industry is a lot of fun in an amazing environment, however it’s very fast paced!! and can be physical. You MUST speak fluent English with perfect understanding (this is essential), be reliable & with good time keeping, work well under pressure, enjoy public interaction, have a great appearance, the ability to be on your feet all day, great communication skills and enjoy working outside in all weathers. You must also be able to carry out some heavy lifting as the stalls quite often need to be erected and dismantled at the beginning and end of each day. Catering or Chef / Kitchen experience is a bonus but not necessary however as our menu grows, so will the necessary skills required

What we offer: - We pay from £9 per hour during training which should only last a week or so, up to £10.55 per hour for customer servers & Chefs depending on experience and ability. Lunch is on us and you’ll be part of an amazing team. Full training will be given at the stall. Hours are great (no evenings) If you have what we are looking for, have a 24-hour smile, and are up for the challenge, then apply NOW. What have you got to lose?


If you meet the criteria above, and are up for the challenge, then email us by clicking the logo at the top of the page.
We are excited about further expansion, new opportunities and about the future for Nana Fanny's street food inc Salt Beef & Falafels........ are you?
What have you got to lose? Apply now!

We serve hot salt beef sandwiches and beigels (not bagels! Beigels being a the traditional Jewish boiled and baked rather than New York style) from a 1944 recipe which has been passed down 2 generations. Our beef is traditionally hand brined then cooked till 'super tender'. Our beigels and Rye bread (which is a polish style white rye with caraway seeds) are baked every day in Brick Lane for us and delivered warm, and we serve our beef either traditionally, which is with razor sharp pickles and fierce English mustard, or we've introduced a 'Camden special' which is the melt, containing hot beef, pickles, pickled red cabbage, sauerkraut, mustard, hot lutka's (traditional Jewish potato pancakes) and melted cheese available on either beigels or rye bread.

Camden Lock Market is a fantastic day out shopping. We specialise in bringing you the very best designer makers, craftspeople, artists and specialist shops. With thousands of unique products available and an amazing selection of global food, bars and restaurants on-site, Camden Lock Market is the perfect place for a great day out. Find us at Camden Lock Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1 8AF.

Location: West Yard
Open: Mon - Sat 10 - 6

Transport

By Underground

Northern Line: Camden Town 500m Down the Road

Chalk Farm 700m Up the Road

Mornington Crescent 800m Down Road

(Saturday and Sunday during peaks times we don't advise using the Camden Town station due to congestion it is sometimes closed).

By Bus

Camden has an extensive range of bus stops which will carry people in from most parts of London. Search for you best route at: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/gettingaround/maps/buses/

Suitable for families all days.

By Car

Camden Market is not in the congestion zone. However don't come by car unless you have to, Camden is famous for few and far between spaces . If you are thinking about doing this, consult Camden Council's website about parking.


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History

The Camden Lock you see today was once T.E. Dingwalls timber yard. Timber was unloaded from large river barges to the smaller narrow boats that plied the inland canals of Britain. As more efficient forms of transport grew the canals began to decline, and the site closed in 1971 signalling the end of an era, but the beginning of another.

In 1973 Camden Lock was opened by Northside Developments Ltd as the original arts and crafts market; a makeshift collective of workshops and traders set against a rich industrial heritage. The early development revolved simply around the old wooden sheds and cobbled yards. As the first Market in Camden, it immediately stood out from London's other markets for its eclectic mix, and soon attracted the vital group of entrepreneurs and artists that first generated the Camden Town 'buzz'.

For young artists, the Lock studios offered a new opportunity to rent a space where they could sell their work, and for customers the chance to see their goods being made a rare thing in modern London. Goods are still designed and made on-site today and studios are open to the customers.

During the 1980s Camden Lock's vitality began to spread. Shops up to Camden Town Tube Station, which were previously let at peppercorn rents, began to become very desirable.

Camden Lock didn't stand still either. 1991 saw the opening of the Market Hall, a glass-roofed arcade designed to merge with the surrounding Victorian architecture that met with high praise from the architectural press. In 1999 the Market Hall was extended, and in 2003 the East Yard was covered with a Victorian-styled steel and glass canopy. Also in 2003 the West Yard wharf, one of the original areas first redeveloped in the 1970s was further opened up and refurbished, and the first floor walkway extended to form a terrace overlooking the wharf.

Today Camden Lock stays true to its original principles and attracts both Londoners and visitors from all parts of the globe, eager to come face-to-face with some of the capital's most creative people.

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