One of the oldest chartered markets in London is having a revival. Broadway Market is a buzzing centre of the community. The market includes a farmer's market stocking an eclectic mix of goods from local farmer, artists and crafts.
With shops and galleries selling local art, a ceramics shop selling original pieces and Fabrications selling a mixture of exciting and unusual clothes and gifts, the street offers unusual and stunning merchandise at affordable prices.
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BEST PLACE EVER. If you're a foodie, it's heaven. HEAVEN. I don't know why it took me so long to go there but I'm going to come back for sure. It was a nice and sunny Saturday morning. I didn't know where to start. So many food stalls, pubs and cool shops (of course, cool people as well, this is East London my friends).
I bought cheese pretzels, a yummy brownie from 'The Cinnamon Tree Bakery'...more
Un des meilleurs marchés de l'est londonien où l'on trouve pleins de stands pour un déjeuner ou goûter sur le pouce. La majorité des produits sont locaux. Le parc Victoria ou les bords de Régent's canal sont à proximité pour un pique- nique improvisé.more
One of my new favourite Saturday morning hangouts. Perfect for fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and cheeses. Excellent selection of both pre-made foods and food that you can take home and make if you're feeling imaginative. Also always a great selection of singers and bands playing which is great as you're walking through testing all the delicious foods. Every time I go here I attempt to try...more
What to say about Broadway Market that hasn't already been said...
It's just fantastic, a bit crowded, but fantastic nonetheless. Great to buy food from any of the stalls for cheap and head to London Fields for a picnic. My favourite stalls are the sweet stalls cause they have everything you want from brownies to whoopies, an American sweet - two soft cookies with cream in the middle.
I saw reviews saying that this is Borough market without turists. Well, it's not.
Borough is much more international, with italian, french, german, everywhere-in-the-world stalls, and offer much more variety, both from the "buying" and "eating" point of view.
Does it mean this place is worse?! NOT AT ALL, DAMN IT!! This place is wonderful and much more "british"! As said before, you won't...more