Chapel Market sells an extensive variety of fruits and vegetables as well as some reasonably priced clothes and Arsenal football memorabilia.
This content has been supplied by Chapel Market
Liverpool Road, Islington, London, N1 0RW
For More Information:
+44 (0)20 7278 8787
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
Not the most hopping market around, but Chapel is still a great place to stop and get fresh produce. They've also got vendors selling various household items.
Open 6 days a week, but don't believe the stated times: stalls will close early on slow winter afternoons.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
Eh, I don't think the Chapel Market is that great. It's ok if you're looking for cheap junk, but otherwise it just feels dirty. There's so much JUNK. It's just not for me really. I'll give it three stars for the produce which seems to be decent quality and well priced, but I've never tried any of the food stalls because it's always too crowded.more