Byzantine cuisine was marked by a merger of Greek and Roman gastronomy.
Byzantine food consumption varied. The core diet consisted of bread, vegetables, pulses and cereals prepared in varied ways. The salad was very popular; to the amazement of the Florentines.
We bring all the flavours to your table with our street food concept.
This is Paris, owner of V For Vegan. His friend suggested they go to MM for dinner one night and he instantly fell in love with the market and its sustainability commitments. At the time, he was taking his food stall to markets all over London and so he decided to apply for a permanent spot at MM. He loves that you can find a variety of food from all over the world here and thinks that the staff are lovely.
He has been interested in food from a young age — he started cooking at 8 years old in his mum's kitchen, using recipes from his grandmother's special cookbook. Sometimes his grandmother wasn't very pleased to find him there! He started his own bakery in Cyprus and decided he would like to experience somewhere new, so he moved to London. He initially worked as a baker and then decided to set up his own food business, V For Vegan. His mum likes to come to MM to watch him cook. She says it takes her back to when Paris was 8 and cooking in her kitchen — she's proud of how far he's come.
Greek yeeros - Donner made with Pulses, vegetables paprika and oregano with homemade vegan Tzatziki sauce and Tricolore Fries.