BOROUGH YARDS: opening 22 June
The clock's ticking until the opening of our fab new Borough Yards Store on 22 June. Located in an area fast emerging as the go-to cultural spot of the capital, Borough Yards offers a pedestrian zone connecting Borough Market to the Southbank.
When you visit our new store, expect to find beautifully handcrafted Japanese knives, Japanese ceramics made using highly localised techniques and styles, lots of inspirational kitchen equipment and ingredients that should tick the box for anyone who loves to cook. Also in store will be the ever-popular chef presses, graters and scalers plus exclusive items from local London designer makers. For those who like a spot of gardening, we have a great selection of shears, rakes, hoes and sickles and if that all sounds a bit too energetic, you can treat yourself to one of our cool t-shirts, totes and baseball caps.
Our big opening coincides with BY Summer Party and also the opening of some other great new beauty, food, fashion, and homeware businesses at Borough Yards, from Atis, After School Cookie Club, Brother Marcus, Bancone, Malin+Goetz, to Lids. This is followed up by other exciting events happening over the summer at Borough Yards. The Great Get Together, on 24 June is a community event with live music and performers, and a Wimbledon pop-up with live streaming taking place on the 3 and 16 July so don your tennis whites and pop in and see us at Kitchen Provisions.
SHOP OPENING TIMES:
Mon-Wed: 10am-6pmThurs-Sat: 10am-7pmSun: 11am-5pm
WHERE WE ARE:
If you need a little help finding us, look for Stoney Street, on the west side of the market (home to Monmouth Coffee, El Pastor, and Bao). Head north towards the river and, just after The Ginger Pig, you will see Paul Smith on the corner and Soap Yard on your left. Soap Yard is the main outdoor space that makes up Borough Yards. Turn left into Soap Yard walking towards the Everyman Cinema, outside the cinema turn right along Dirty Lane heading towards the river. Pass by Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse, Atis, and walk about 200m further into the covered section. We are on the right.