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
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
I may be in the minority, but I did not enjoy this market. Perhaps it used to be better, but now, it's so mobbed that I could barely get through. As some mentioned, it's one small street, which limits options and makes it a bad choice for the claustrophobic. It can be tough to find too.
Also notable was the low number of gluten-free options: everything seemed to be a sandwich or a pastry....more
I've been in and out of London a few times, and Maltby market is definitely one of the few markets I'll pop by for a visit. Has a great variety of food and booze stalls to choose from.
It's one of the less touristy markets compared to Borough Market. Has an open car park and some standing tables to have. So that's quite nice. It does get quite crowded, the lane's pretty narrow but that...more
Maltby market used to be a relatively unknown street food market in London but no more. Last Sunday the small lane of food vendors was rammed with people (mostly Americans for some reason).
Street food conglomerate KERB were there with their steak and chips stall and their cheese truck stall. And while I love their food I feel like they're pretty much at every street food market.
After seeing all the positive reviews on Yelp, Alba V and I decided to give this food market a try. After a two hour travel due to some tube problems we arrived there and to be honest, I was quite surprised about all the fuss. There is nothing impressive about his market.
To me, it was just like any other normal food market in London, but all compressed in a short and tiny alley. More or...more
This is like Borough market but a million times better. For a start, it's not so packed so you can actually shop and browse (and taste samples) without having to grab your bag for fear of pickpockets or stepping on someone's toes.
Secondly, the selection of food types covered is broad. My favourite was the scotch egg stall, where I picked up a black pudding scotch egg and a haggis scotch egg...more