The Sellers Sub will feature Asian-fusion duck sausage, Gruyère cheese, cucumber relish, fermented ginger mustard, scallions, watercress, and five-spice salt. It will cost £9 per sub, and be available at Brockley Market on Saturdays, Maltby Street Market on Sundays, until 18 December.
In addition, on Saturday 3 December, Sellers and the Sub Cult team will appear at the Beavertown Brewery in Tottenham Hale.
Both the cheese and the duck comes from other sellers at the Brockley Food Market – namely Mons Cheesemongers, and The Butchery.
Tom Sellers is best known for his Michelin-starred restaurant Story in Bermondsey (around the corner from Maltby Street), and Restaurant Ours in Knightsbridge, which opened in May this year. He is also executive chef at The Lickfold Inn in West Sussex.
This will not be the first time that Sub Cult has teamed up with a Michelin-starred chef, having worked with Tom Aikens in a three-day pop-up at his Tom’s Kitchen Chelsea site.
Sub Cult was founded in 2014, as a street food stall on Berwick Street in Soho, by Ben Chancellor and Gareth Phillips. It now trades at Maltby Street, Brockley Market, and Leather Lane, and hopes to open a bricks-and-mortar site in central London in the near future.
It aims to serve Anglo-American-style subs using British seasonal produce, with classic options including the Rodeo Sub (with aged sirloin beef, truffle mayonnaise, confit shallot jam, spicy provolone and pickled Serrano chilli), and the Sub Marine (with seared scallops, roast pork shoulders, calamari, rocket, lemon and parsley mayonnaise).