Borough Market

London’s oldest food market has been serving Southwark for 1,000 years with exquisite eats and extraordinary heritage. For a fully immersive experience of sights and smells, Borough’s Market is the epitome of human engagement.

If you love Borough’s, but want to give another London food market a try, below we have a list (in no particular order) of markets in the area that will fancy your tastebuds.

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Mercato Metropolitano
Mercato Marketplace offers a range of street fare from Italiano to Vietnamese, even cocktails. MM is known for “glocal” (global reach, local focus) approach of diverse food practices by using ingredients from different countries, cultures and traditions into urban environments.

Maltby Street Market   A weekend street market located below 19th century railway arches with 30+ fresh produce stalls. Maltby takes pride in street food, pizza, meats, and baked goods.

Camden Market Camden Market started small with 16 stalls in 1974 and was only available and open on Sundays. Today, they are open 7 days a week. From New York to Portugal, Camden Market offers shops from all over the world. Tea, bagels, burgers, custard tarts, seafood, you name it.

Portobello Road Market
On Fridays and Saturdays, expect hot food stalls to offer choices from curry, fish and chips and so much more.


Greenwich Market
London’s only historic market set in a World Heritage Site. You can find street food, antiques, fashion and boutique shops.


Covent Garden Market
Covent Garden Market offers an abundance of food, services, a local farmers market 2x weekly and several cultural festivities and events.

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