Heading our list of best markets in London is Borough Market. Borough Market is one of the best markets in London and is London’s worst kept secret. In recent years it has become the undisputed haven for hipster-foodies and enthralled tourists alike. Nestled close to London bridge, you’d be forgiven for thinking it doesn’t look very appetising at first glance. Yet below its grimy facade lies a haven of superb culinary exploits.
From scones to bratwurst, from jerk chicken to chow mien; Borough Market hosts a wide range of international cuisine. You can find anything you can think of: fresh bread, cheeses, pickles, chutneys, jams, oysters, hot dogs, burgers, paella, falafel, fish&chips, pasta, noodles, local beers, juices, pastries and cakes. Aside from the market stalls, there are also plenty of cafes and restaurants to sit down in.
Monday: 10am-5pm Limited Market
Tuesday: 10am-5pm Limited Market
Wednesday: 10am-5pm Full Market
Thursday: 10am-5pm Full Market
Friday: 10am-5pm Full Market
Saturday: 10am-6pm Full Market
London Bridge (Jubilee, Northern Line)
There are bus stops very close by at London Bridge, Borough High Street and Southwark Bridge.
43, 141, 149, 521 to London Bridge/Borough High Street
Union Car Park, 53 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU.
You can find out more information of this site, and some of the most iconic sites in the city, on our London In A Day Tour!
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