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Pop Brixton 

Bringing the best of local produce to one central Brixton location, Pop market is all about the community, and making sure they’re well-fed. Whether it’s hosting a cinema evening, tai-chi morning or bottomless brunch Sunday, Pop Brixton has an ever-changing roster of culinary creatives, so there’s always something new to try.

Address: 49 Brixton Station Rd, SW9 8PQ

Brockley Market 

Fresh produce, spices, flowers, ice cream, freshly baked bread, award-winning teas and BBQ, whatever foody craving you have, Lewisham’s Brockley Market is sure to satisfy.

Address: 228 Lewisham Way, SE4 1XL


On a mission to make the city a more delicious place to be, Kerb has an army of foodie followers and a fleet of food trucks under its tasty banner and makes its way through the city every week at 6 different sites.

Address: King’s Blvd, N1C 4AA

Borough Market 

The first and last name when it comes to London food markets, whether you’re looking for the city’s best doughnuts or the ultimate duck confit, Borough Market delivers. Offering everything from reindeer meat to Viking mead, who said tables were compulsory to enjoying an amazing meal?

Address: Middle Rd, SE1 9AH

Street Feast 

With multiple sites around the city, Street Feast does exactly what it promises, and has something for everyone, from the meat-lover to the chocoholic to the ice-cream fanatic.

Address: Hartwell St, E8 3DU

Urban Food Fest 

Forget fancy dining rooms, car parks are the new home of tasty eats, specifically Euro carparks in Shoreditch. Food, drink, live music and even a spot of face-painting all add to the party-atmosphere of Urban Food Fest.

Address: Euro Car Parks, 162-167 Shoreditch High St, E1 6HU

Street Food Union 

Taking over Soho’s Rupert street whatever the weather, Street Food Union brings together the tastiest flavours from around the globe, as prepared by local kitchens.

Address: 51-53 Rupert St, W1D 7PQ

Netil Market 

Netil Market promises “Eat Work Art” and it does just that. From authentic world foods to fashion and nail art, the market site’s also home a host of the city’s young creatives.

Address:  13 – 23 Westgate St, E8 3RL

Maltby Street Market 

A stone’s throw from Borough Market and enjoying a much more relaxed vibe, though equally as tasty food, Maltby Street Market offers just about every foody treat you could hope for, including grilled cheese sandwiches, organic coffee and sushi burgers.

Address: Ropewalk, SE1 3PA

Southbank Centre Market 

One of London’s leading art hubs, every weekend the Southbank Centre adds culinary arts to its offerings. Filled with music, local suppliers and a mouth-watering selection of food and drink, you’ll need a big appetite to get through even a fraction of everything this market has to offer.

Address: Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, SE1 8XX



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