A small but bustling market offering fresh produce, including breads, cakes, meats and cheeses. Popular sellers include Monty's Deli sandwiches and St John Bakery's sourdough and fresh filled doughnuts. The Kernel Brewery is also open during market time. The market is open Saturdays between 9am-4pm and Sundays between 11am-4pm
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Maltby Street Market
Maltby StreetBermondseyLondonSE1 2HQ
Love this market! Its a smaller version of Borough market. Its less busy, although getting busier every time I go, and it also grows every time I go. Its not just stalls along the little street, there are bars/restaurants/shops in the arches. Cocktails to brownies to giant scotch eggs, loads of tasty food to try. Really nice way to spend a weekend morning (or afternoon)more
My favorite morning in London! This was a wonderful way to start the day, and the amazing food didn't hurt the experience. We wandered the whole way through before settling on the grilled cheese for our first victim. The bleu cheese and bacon was fantastic and fairly priced. After that we had the scotch egg, which was a little heavy but a fun choice that we wouldn't have tried elsewhere....more
This market is pure brilliance. It's relatively small and so much less busy and crowded than its better known cousin, Borough. It's also jam-packed with deliciousness that's ready to eat there and then!
There's loads of free tasters along the way to enjoy with some delicious freshly ground coffee: everything from honey beer to chocolate truffles and melt-in-your-mouth peanut butter!
Maltby Street Market is great. Basically touristless and presumably therefore laughing at big brother Borough Market.
There is a lot of good stuff: the grilled cheese sandwiches are pretty damned good; the frankfurters are proper.
But the standout here is the burger stand. Ask for the Dirty Little Secret. To let you in on the secret a bit, it's a burger topped with pulled pork. Clearly lots...more
A meander through a maze of 50s brick walkways, a shimmy past some fenced off railway arch units (notably Neal's Yard Dairy), and you're in! This isn't a large market, but it makes up for it in quality stalls. The scotch egg stall is excellent, and the man who works it is clearly passionate about his produce. Little Bird and Jensen gin distilleries both have units here, there's an excellent...more