One of the largest and oldest market in London. It comprises of stalls selling a variety of items from fruits and vegetables, wine, cheese, bread, olives, fish and seafood, poultry, etc. A good pit stop to fill your stomach while exploring London.
Raclette. The cheese is melted under the heater, scraped and served over potatoes. The queue was crazy; we had to wait around 30 minutes to get our hands on it.
How to get there
Address: 8 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1TL
Travelling by train and underground?
The Market is located next to London Bridge station which is serviced by the Jubilee and Northern Lines on the underground and by overground trains from all over London and the south of England. Exit the station following the exit signs for Borough High Street.
Travelling by bus?
If you’re travelling by bus, stops at London Bridge, Borough High Street or Southwark Street will leave you right by the Market.
Travelling by bike or foot?
Bike racks are provided so you can cycle to and from the Market. You’ll find the racks in Jubilee Space.
If you’re using a Barclays cycle hire bike, the nearest docking stations are located on Southwark Street and Park Street.
The Market can also be easily reached by foot or along the Thames Path on the Southbank or over London Bridge from the City.