Six London markets with great food
There’s a market for everyone in Central London from vintage clothing to souvenirs, but the best markets have tasty food to snack on too. Here’s five to check out.
Camden is big, busy and almost feels like it’s three different markets stuck together. When you’re done checking out the vintage shops and souvenir stalls make your way to The Stables You’ll find Dutch pancakes, fresh lemonade and Mexican street food by the canal.
It’s a little touristy but that’s because it’s so good. Borough Market is a foodies dream with everything from venison burgers, to duck confit in brioche buns to giant pans of paella. It’s a pricey place to do your weekly shop but fun to come home with cheeses, spices or something delicious that catches your eye.
Just down the road from Borough Market is Maltby St Market. Here you can find Bad Brownie, grilled cheese sandwiches from The Cheese Truck and Taiwanese waffle cakes from Dhan Waffle
The place to be on a Saturday morning in East London. Broadway Market has live music, plenty of stalls and some of the best Vietnamese around.
With a yard sale feel, East London’s Netil Market is home to the best tacos in London and a village vibe. Grab a drink and chill on a weekend afternoon.
When winter comes around the Southbank is the place to be. With mulled wine, sweets, German hot dogs and live entertainment for everyone.