// Morrisons opens new temporary store, Market Kitchen, near its site in Camden, north London
// The takeaway food concept is around the corner from the existing Morrisons store in the area which is being rebuilt
Morrisons has opened a new temporary store near its site in Camden, north London, which features a new fresh-food takeaway concept called Market Kitchen.
The entrance to the Market Kitchen concept is directly on Chalk Farm Road and is just around the corner from the existing store in the area that remains closed as it undergoes a rebuilding scheme.
Morrisons said the Market Kitchen offers a range of meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner that are made to order by a team of chefs on site.
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The Market Kitchen also offers a smaller selection of groceries than the closed Morrisons Camden site nearby, while Morrisons Pharmacy has opened in a dedicated space at 66 Chalk Farm Road.
However, customers wanting to do their usual big shop are encouraged to visit Morrisons’ store in nearby Halloway instead.
At the Market Kitchen in Camden, customers can buy the meals when shopping for groceries or choose to have the food delivered to their doorstep via Deliveroo.
Customers can also order take-away coffees and waffle pops directly from a counter on Chalk Farm Road without having to enter the store.
“We are pleased to open our temporary store while our existing store is being rebuilt,” Morrisons Camden store manager Michael Burrnett said.
“We know it involves some changes for our customers but are excited to be able to offer our Market Street meals to our customers.
“The chefs use our fresh Market Street ingredients to create these delicious seasonal meals that are made to order for our customers.”