WARRINGTON MARKETUNDERGOES FOODIEREVOLUTIONWarrington Market is fast becoming the go-to destination for local foodies.The award-winning market-one of the largest in the North West-isdrawing in customers with its potent combination of a bright, bustlingand modern independent food court trading alongside a selection oftraditional stallholders specialising in locally sourced produceTRADERS IN FOCUSChanging tastes and the rise in popularityof quality artisan food has seen the likes ofLiverpool Cheese Company setting out theirstall at the market-a business that waslisted as one of the top 15 cheese shops inthe UK by The Times in November last yearbut new trends with foodie shoppers andcooks are also helping some of the market'straditional and long-standing traders.Weekly specials are also available, whichhave included the Teenage Mutant Ninja'burger- a double cheeseburger served in apepperoni pizza bun.With a long-term dream to serve Punjabisoul food' in New York, Mareek Singhof Singh's Grillhouse is currently focusingon making his Indian street food a firmfavourite at Warrington Market. Mareekfirst built up the reputation of his grillhouseat Urmston Market and events around theUK before arriving in Warrington-andAndrew's Fish, Game and Poultry hasbeen in business since 1995. Regulars atthe Tatton Show, they sell venison, quail,pigeon, pheasant, rabbit and hare that is al although the business was only founded in2016, Mareek hasyears of culinaryFamily butchers Sweeney's wasestablished 22 years ago and sells Cheshirepork, Welsh lamb and Yorkshire beef, withpopular cuts among punters being T-boneand rump steaks. Since their inception,Sweeney's has gone on to form strongties with their existing customer base, asKaren Burkeher father and brother (both named Roy)explained: "We're so lucky that peoplesupport us all year round, pensioners aswel as the young. We've had relationshipswith some of our customers going back thefull 22 years, which is lovely. When I gotmarried, my customers bought me gifts andwhen I had a baby, they knit me blankets.with his skillsin the kitchendeveloped by hise, who runs the business withhe was still aspecials includegoat curry andrib burger, aswell as veganABOVE: Dave Mooney of Liverpool Cheese CompanyLEFT: Mark Sing of Singh's GrillhouseBELOW: Karen Burke is pictured with Roy Sweeney Jnrand Snr of Sweeney's Butchersfriendly optionsthat will rotateAndrew Kinsella at Café at the End ofthe Universe has managed to combine histwo loves: great American-style fast foodand pop culture. The former Lymm HighSchool student's restaurant and take outspecialises in burgers and hot dogs, but themenu is all themed around his favouriteTV shows, films and retro games. Optionsinclude the Breaking BadHinspired 'LosPollos Hermanos burger, as well as theJurassic Pork hotdog, while a side orderof Sci-Fries can be boosted with meatyextras such as beef chili or pulled porkI think Warrington Market is fantasticI love the direction it's going in," saidMareek. "We've been busy since weopened and we've had some awesomeWarrington Market, located on BankStreet, is open six days a week-Mondayto Saturday from 9am to 5pm. For furtherenquiries, contact Warrington BoroughCouncil at infodesk@warrington.gov.uk ortelephone 01925 632571

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WARRINGTON MARKET UNDERGOES FOODIE REVOLUTION Warrington Market is fast becoming the go-to destination for local foodies. The award-winning market-one of the largest in the North West-is drawing in customers with its potent combination of a bright, bustling and modern independent food court trading alongside a selection of traditional stallholders specialising in locally sourced produce TRADERS IN FOCUS Changing tastes and the rise in popularity of quality artisan food has seen the likes of Liverpool Cheese Company setting out their stall at the market-a business that was listed as one of the top 15 cheese shops in the UK by The Times in November last year but new trends with foodie shoppers and cooks are also helping some of the market's traditional and long-standing traders. Weekly specials are also available, which have included the Teenage Mutant Ninja' burger- a double cheeseburger served in a pepperoni pizza bun. With a long-term dream to serve Punjabi soul food' in New York, Mareek Singh of Singh's Grillhouse is currently focusing on making his Indian street food a firm favourite at Warrington Market. Mareek first built up the reputation of his grillhouse at Urmston Market and events around the UK before arriving in Warrington-and Andrew's Fish, Game and Poultry has been in business since 1995. Regulars at the Tatton Show, they sell venison, quail, pigeon, pheasant, rabbit and hare that is al although the business was only founded in 2016, Mareek has years of culinary Family butchers Sweeney's was established 22 years ago and sells Cheshire pork, Welsh lamb and Yorkshire beef, with popular cuts among punters being T-bone and rump steaks. Since their inception, Sweeney's has gone on to form strong ties with their existing customer base, as Karen Burke her father and brother (both named Roy) explained: "We're so lucky that people support us all year round, pensioners as wel as the young. We've had relationships with some of our customers going back the full 22 years, which is lovely. When I got married, my customers bought me gifts and when I had a baby, they knit me blankets. with his skills in the kitchen developed by his e, who runs the business with he was still a specials include goat curry and rib burger, as well as vegan ABOVE: Dave Mooney of Liverpool Cheese Company LEFT: Mark Sing of Singh's Grillhouse BELOW: Karen Burke is pictured with Roy Sweeney Jnr and Snr of Sweeney's Butchers friendly options that will rotate Andrew Kinsella at Café at the End of the Universe has managed to combine his two loves: great American-style fast food and pop culture. The former Lymm High School student's restaurant and take out specialises in burgers and hot dogs, but the menu is all themed around his favourite TV shows, films and retro games. Options include the Breaking BadHinspired 'Los Pollos Hermanos burger, as well as the Jurassic Pork hotdog, while a side order of Sci-Fries can be boosted with meaty extras such as beef chili or pulled pork I think Warrington Market is fantastic I love the direction it's going in," said Mareek. "We've been busy since we opened and we've had some awesome Warrington Market, located on Bank Street, is open six days a week-Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm. For further enquiries, contact Warrington Borough Council at infodesk@warrington.gov.uk or telephone 01925 632571

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