Are you a foodie? Well, then the good news is that London has some of the nicest food markets and halls offering a variety of delicious dishes. Check out this list and try out the exciting places:
Monday-Thursday, 10am- 5pm; Friday 10am-6pm; Saturday 8am-5pm
This is London’s longest and most adored market. With a history that can be traced back to the 13th century this place is popularly called the ‘artisan foodie market’. Through the various stalls, you’ll find a plethora of different food options from Spanish chorizo sarnies, French confit duck sandwiches, Ethiopian stews and scotch eggs (Wow, doesn’t all of this sound amazing?) The market has both domestic and international food manufactures from around the globe, offering their very best. On Monday and Tuesday, a smaller version of this market is available too!
Monday- Friday, 10am- 5pm; Saturday- Sunday 11am to 6pm.
Camden market is located in Camden city; a vibrant place and home to abundant, delicious food options. You can check out the food stalls online and decide what one you which to try out. The possibilities include Wok Boy, Shawarma Bar, Camden Tea Bar, Harvest Garden and Yorkshire Burrito. Not just this, it also has some oh-so-good dessert options like Dutch Pancakes, Hans and Gretel, and Sweet Kitty. After you are done eating, walk around the Camden city, which offers some of the nicest shopping options (Pro Tip: Don’t forget to try the lunch options at the Breakfast Club).
Monday-Saturday, 8am-11pm; Sunday 10am-10pm
Some of the food options available here are – Voodoo Ray’s (pizzas), Eat Chay, Rudie’s Jerk Shack (Jamaican) and Snog (frozen yoghurt).
Wednesday-Saturday, 5pm-midnight. Entry is free before 7pm.
Now, this has to be one of my favourite food markets in London. Often called ‘Street Feast’ – the place offers dishes such as burgers, pizzas, kebabs, bao buns and ice-creams. It has two-levels, with lovely bars on each.
This post was written before the COVID-19 lockdown in the UK.