Consequently, I was in need of restorative grub to perk up my day, so after a rain-spotted stroll had rather ruffled the look of my camel coat, I found myself at Stockbridge Market, which was perfect casting for the role.With Harajuku boasting a lengthy queue, my attention turned to nearby Pea Green Boat, which I hadn’t previously tried. Alongside their much-praised cheese sables, they were offering soup and scotch eggs both of which sounded ideal to me.
I ordered both the pea, chilli and coriander soup (£2) and one of their meaty scotch eggs (£2.20). The wonderfully friendly stallholders soon had me on my way with items in hand.The soup proved to be deliciously fresh, with the sweet peas nicely balanced by the chilli and herbiness.
The scotch egg has sundried tomatoes in the mix which added a really good flavour base to things. The rustic crumb packed good crunch and the egg itself had a lovely bright yolk.
So overall, I really enjoyed the delights of Pea Green Boat. Both treats I sampled were of very good quality and were packed with charm. I’d recommend a visit next time you’re at this excellent Sunday market event.