London is the capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom. London is also one of the biggest cities and most popular in the world.
Hosting people from all over the globe, London gives to all these nationalities the opportunity to express themselves through their gastronomies, and the best way of discovering that is by visiting the food markets and street food of the city of London.
Here are 3 of the best food markets and street food in London to visit:
- Brick Lane Sunday Market: One of the most famous markets in London, located in Brick Lane. Opens every Sunday the whole year, you can find anything that can pop up in your head, and of course food. You will find plenty of street food vendors from different nationalities as well as small restaurants, but the most popular shop is the Brick Lane Beigel Bakery, that is open 24/7.
- Borough Market: Being London’s oldest food market and a rich place with history. This Market has been serving the people of Southwark for 1,000 years, and that extraordinary heritage is an important part of its appeal. Borough Market is a mix of colours, smells, tastes and human interactions. The humble but professional people who work in its shops are very happy to share their secrets with their customers. Slow Food is a worldwide movement that supports a low impact approach to food production. The Borough Market is also Popular by its slow food philosophy that makes it the perfect place for any Organic and Gastro Lover.
- Camden Market ( West Yard ): This is the Most Famous Market in London and in the United Kingdom. Camden Market opened as a very small arts and crafts fair in the backyard of Dingwalls. When it just started it was temporary and only opens on Sundays, however, its popularity grew very fast year after year. Today this market is the largest in its kind in London. Opening the whole week to serve its customers of all types and ages. A wild selection of cafes, terrace bars, best street food and fresh-baked sweet items from any place you can dream of.
A bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else…