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Borough Market
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Today 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
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8 Southwark St London SE1 1TL United Kingdom
8 Southwark StGBLondonSE1 1TL
+44 20 7407
££Farmers' Market, Tourist AttractionToday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday Closed
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Huge market under the railway lines, for British-reared meat and artisanal baked and dairy goods.- Google
People talk about free samples, chorizo, fruit and veg, monmouth coffee and food stalls
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Debbie Ong
reviewed a month ago
I'm lucky to live nearby and so I come here once in a while to grab some groceries. The produce is a little on the pricey side but the fresh quality makes up for it. Love the oysters that come really fresh as they shuck it on the spot for you. Reasonably priced as well at only £1.50 for each one.
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I Yune Hoe
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Got out at the London Bridge underground station and had a lovely foodie afternoon! £1.50 fresh oysters, plenty of cheese and paella sampling don’t even begin to cover it. A really good selection of cakes and interesting gelato choices. I had lemon, lime and basil gelato in a cone which was refreshing. Further inside was a fresh fruit and vegetable market where you can do a little grocery shopping.
Leanne Fraser
reviewed a month ago
I had originally intended on heading to Borough Market to watch one of the cookery demonstrations they frequently host but after an hour of wandering around the different areas I still couldn’t figure out where the demo kitchen was! (Then again, neither could the woman who works there selling pink prosecco by the glass!) Instead I spent my time wandering through the stalls taking in the sights, smells and sounds of one of London’s most famous markets and it didn't disappoint. Some of the produce is a little more expensive compared to supermarket prices but you really cannot beat the freshness – just one circuit of the market will leave you salivating no matter how big a breakfast you’ve eaten in preparation!
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Ben Gan
reviewed 4 months ago
The reason why I love this place is the variety of stuff on offer. There is so much to offer with regards to food, sounds, people and sights. Within the shadow of the Shard, it makes for a fantastic walk around on a Saturday morning. If you want to avoid the crowd, come early as the market opens at 8am and the food will be freshest then.At Christmas time there is no better place to be. Taking a loved on or otherwise, it is a great place to just hang around. If you happen to be hungry, there are plenty of vendors selling everything from Spiced Apple and Pear to mushroom paté, coffee to sloe gin and cold or hot food!
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Pablo Costa Tirado
reviewed 2 weeks ago
I think this is my favourite market in London. The appeal is really high. Smells like leather a lot and remember to you what this was. All the galleries under the bridge are just great!! You have a lot of options to eat and to buy. I love this place.
Katie Bury
reviewed a month ago
The original and the best food market in London. It's a treasure trove for the food lover! I never manage to go here and leave without spending a small fortune, but the quality of produce is excellent. It does get VERY busy at peak times, so be prepared to be in a crowd, but there's lots of little places to dive into to get a bit of peace nearby!