Chapel Market sells an extensive variety of fruits and vegetables as well as some reasonably priced clothes and Arsenal football memorabilia.
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I'm am proud that Chapel Market has retained its comparatively original 'no-frills' attitude amidst the upmarket and somewhat flouncey Angel environ that doth ensconce thee.
Wheeley-suitcases, fresh fruit + veg stalls, thigh-high stripy socks, technicolour fingerless gloves (always need some of those), mr fishmonger and a faithful butcher, divan mattresses and planted daffodils.... mobile...more
Sure, it doesn't offer the gourmet wares that Borough Market does. Nor are there market stalls serving up mouthwatering meals like Whitecross Market. Still, Chapel Market has it going on... in the form of brazenly fresh, organic produce.
Whether you're seeking whole free range chickens, loaves of spelt bread, or the heartiest yellow and red beefsteak tomatoes, you'll be able to find it...more
Ever since Islington Farmers' Market moved from their beloved home behind Islington Town Hall to Chapel Market, this market has been revived. What before looked like random tripped and spilled out all over the street, now holds everything I'd hope to find at Target, plus amazing food.
You'll still find everything from nail polish, shoes, mattresses, super sweet tiger rugs, CDs, sunglasses,...more
I come to Chapel Market to buy bootleg phone accessories, parrot food and gifts.
A stall here does a decent fruity parrot, Boots finds palatable. I bought a mobile phone USP plug here (I couldn't find anywhere else) for 5 pounds.
The most important thing I purchased here was a Guatemalan worry doll in a woven pouch to take Nan's worries away. It wore a little little hat and had plaits,...more
I love going to markets and Chapel Street Market in Angel is one I frequent fairly often and I especially love it at Christmas. The stalls have Christmas cards and paper and everyone seems filled with the holiday spirit. I love that the market has so much variety all year round.
When I enter Chapel Street I normally focus on one side of the street and walk down to the end, looking at...more