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Best Food Market in London

London has quite a few permanent and weekend markets. They range in size from a handful of fruit, vege and seafood vendors to collections of hipster foods trucks. Here we have a list of a couple of the food highlights; for a more comprehensive run down of all of London markets, have a look at the very excellent MarketMate.

Best Food Market in Shoreditch and Hoxton

Brick Lane Market

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It's hard to tell where this market starts and ends. There are flea market stalls and tonnes, tonnes of things to eat. Start from the corner of Bethnal Green and Brick Lane and then walk/eat ... Read more

Old Spitalfields Market

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Large covered market with flea market type stalls in the middle, some food trucks and more formal dining options around the outside. Read more

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Best Food Market in Soho and West End

Berwick Street Market

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This is a collection of street food vendors. Check out the website for a list of who is here and when. It serves most of the office folk so is best visited Mon-Fri. There isn't much here in weekend. Read more

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Best Food Market in South Bank

Best Food Market in London

Borough Market

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Borough Market is London's largest and well-known food market. The market runs from Mon-Sat, and it gets quite busy on the weekends after midday. From Wed-Sat the outer section of the market fills up with ... Read more

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