Exmouth Market is a weekly street market on Fridays and Saturdays, focusing on offering superior local community shopping, with an emphasis on quality, speciality and variety. The market primarily offers food stalls stocked with a variety of mouth-watering produce - from local and specialist farmers and producers, to small region continental delicacies - as well as a small number of art and craft stalls stocked with individual one-off items and ethically sourced and environmentally friendly goods.
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Venue Details & Map
Exmouth MarketClerkenwellLondonEC1R 4QE
- Public transport:
- Angel, Underground
Small, but mighty! That's Exmouth Market in a nutshell.
It only spans one small block right at the corner of Farringdon and Roseberry and features just a handful of food stands, but each of them wafted mouthwatering scents toward us as we walked past. But really, I didn't even bother looking at any of the rest after I stumbled across the Freebird stand.
It's worth noting that the Exmouth...more
The food along Exmouth Market needs to be seen to be believed, no matter what we say does not do it justice. The Food is FANTASTIC, from Sausages, Thai Food, Indian Food, Ghanian Food, Salt Beef, Vegan Food, Cakes, Turkish Food, Mexican Food, Spanish Food, Caribbean Food, Pie & Mash and thats just from the stalls!!!!. The Restaurants & Takeaways along this market is MIND BLOWING!!!!, On a...more
I ate bannoffee pie here. It was better than sex.
I had to have the box taken away from me as I had my little face licking the cream out of it after I had finished eating. Snuffle, snuffle...
Seriously, where has this market been all my life? I've been to this area many times, I've eaten here many times, I've been drunk here many times but I had not been here while all the market stalls were...more
Yes, brilliant. Delicious, cheap street food. We sampled the sausage sandwich and Medcalf's burger and had as sides Spinach & Agushi's eponymous dish, plus their plantains and rice. That was some GOOD meat. I think the sausage sandwich was £3.50 and the burger was £4 which I thought was pretty good value for huge hunks of delicious meat. I also enjoyed perusing the other stalls -...more
You know when you find the next big thing? That apple of your eye? The product or area or cuisine or dance move (yeah, that's right... dance move, suckas) that is the latest and greatest love of your life? Perhaps you even maven it out so all of your friends literally can predict that the punchline of your current sentence will be the subject of your latest obsession... (not that I know from...more