Best Of British Produce At Borough Market

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LONDON | Borough Market is London’s oldest and busiest food market, and one of the most well known food markets in the world. Up until the 20th century it operated primarily as a wholesale market, and while it still fulfils that function today, its better known for its retail offering which attracts visitors and locals alike.

The market consists of several heritage listed and more modern buildings, along with a variety of open spaces. The oldest building on the site dates back to 1851. Across the market’s spaces visitors will find the best British produce showcased, along with produce from other parts of Europe. Traders are selected through a detailed application process, and must all show a strong commitment to sustainability, and their products have to pass a rigorous taste test.

Three Crown Square is the largest part of the market, and it’s here that you’ll find traders selling fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish and dairy. From here you can wander in any direction and find things to sample, as well as plenty of food to purchase and enjoy on site. There’s a lot to recommend here. Some of our favourite stalls are Bread Ahead for fantastic bread and pastries (do try the doughnuts), The Ginger Pig for quality British meat, Neal’s Yard Dairy for cheese and Monmouth Coffee for a caffeine fix. We also love Brindisa for Spanish goods, Gourmet Goat for amazing goat dishes, and Padella for fantastic pasta.

Monday and Tuesday are limited market days, where many but not all of the shops are open. From Wednesday through Saturday, the full market is open. We recommend just wandering around and letting your nose and eyes guide you around, but if you do want to do a tour, cook and food writer Celia Brooks runs the sole official tour of Borough Market.

For more great London market action, also be sure to check out the nearby Maltby Street Market.

Borough Market

8 Southwark Street
London SE1 1TL
United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 7407 1002
Email: n/a
Website: Website

Open
Mon – Thu: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Thu: 11:00am to 11:30pm
Fri: 10:00am to 6:00pm
Sat: 8:00am to 5:00pm

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