Well known streetfood names Mike and Ollie have released news of a new menu for their restaurant Queen’s in Camberwell. Gaining a reputation for good food, rustically served with a personal touch at Brockley Market the company are focusing on Turkish inspired cuisine. Taking center stage in this new move is their famous Manti handmade Turkish Dumplings. These dumplings are made from seasonal British Ingredients and finished off with a seasoned yoghurt as well as smoked chili butter, deep fried breadcrumbs and fresh herbs to complete the flavours of the dish.
The team recently opened their stall dedicated to Manti streetfood, which is located in the Flat Iron Square Arches.
The new menu was inspired by the Queen’s founder Mike Richardson’s recent culinary train tour. Richardson and his team travelled from London to Istanbul in search of new flavors and ideas to serve up to their customers. The dish due to take center stage for the team dates back to the Mongol Empire and has long been linked to nomads, prepared by hand and cooked on an open fire. A perfect concept to be adapted by the thriving streetfood scene.
Visitors of either the Queen’s restaurant or the stall in Flat Irons choose the fillings for their Manti from a range of carefully sources and seasonal British ingredients. Celebrating two cultures at once by sticking with British suppliers. All food is freshly prepared by hand, and fillings range from Yorkshire Lamb to Scottish Salmon and Cornish Gurnard. Served rustically to suit the style of the business, the Manti is accompanied by handmade flatbreads.
The company are also teaming up with Breaking Barriers in order to help skilled refugees already familiar with the cuisine on offer to help make the food in the restaurants and on the stalls. Thereby helping refugees find work when coming into Britain and celebrating the culinary diversity available when many cultures mix.