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Black Market


About Black Market

Making the most of locally-sourced ingredients, Black Market offers a concise and exciting menu at reasonable prices in a cool and contemporary setting. Choosing from a dozen or so dishes in all, diners can sit at one of a handful of booths, or join other gastronauts at a large communal table, bringing to mind feasting of old. The wine-and-beer list is as succinct as the menu and well chosen, with the emphasis on food-friendly wines at again very fair prices.

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Black Market turns out exciting, no, make that thrilling, food that extracts the maximum potential from predominantly locally-sourced ingredients.

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