LabTech, owner of Camden Market and Buck Street Market, has announced that world-renowned pastry chef, Philippe Conticini, has chosen Buck Street Market for his second pâtisserie concept in the UK, as his debut site in Camden Market re-opens. The new Philippe Conticini café at Buck Street Market, the UK’s first eco-conscious consumer market, will open in November next to London Works, with the two-floor site spanning over 900 sq ft and catering for up to 40 customers. It will have a more casual, grab-and-go experience than the Camden Market boutique, but still with an on-site boulangerie, freshly baked viennoiseries, and an array of filled croissants. In Camden Market’s North Yard, Philippe’s emphasis is on a more formal Salon de Thé concept, centering on the innovative and luxury pastries he is famed for. Featuring all-day bistro dining and a Parisian afternoon tea, the re-launched elegant tearoom – designed by architect Pauline David with minimalist focus to highlight the pastries and open-style kitchen – has space for 60 covers, including seating on the outdoor heated winter terrace. Commenting on the opening, Maggie Milosavljevic, LabTech’s Commercial Director, said: “Philippe Conticini is one of the world’s most celebrated pastry chefs, so for Camden to […]

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