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Real Food Market at Southbank Centre
Royal Festival Hall,Belvedere Road,Southbank Centre Square,Southwark,London SE1 8XX,UKSE1 8XX
- +44 20 7370 8627
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If you are meat eater, this is a must do!
The guys at The Frenchie make a mean duck confit sandwich, complete with all the right fixings.
Also the most perfect Scottish Egg - yolk was nicely soft, while the pork exterior was crisp and flavorful.more
I know Borough Market is the crown jewel of London food markets, but I have to say that Real Food Market is my personal favourite.
I used to come here every weekend (yes, EVERY weekend) while I finished my master's up the road at King's College London. Since the cafeteria on campus wasn't open on the weekends, I would come to the Real Food Market to buy food during my 12 hour shifts at the...more
I've been working at Waterloo for 3 weeks now and decided that today was the day I return to the food market to sample their lunchtime delights. Perfectly located by Royal Festival Hall, this collection of 20ish stalls has a brilliant variety of sumptuous cuisine to pick from. Having been before, I convince myself to try something different and make the most of the local worker discount they...more
I love this place and I love bringing visitors here. There is a huge selection - lamb burgers, caribbean curries, indian food, baklava, korean bibimbap, Takoyaki, schnizels, ice cream, sangria... you name it, they have it. And they are all pretty authentic too. A great place to come with a couple of friends and share, so that you can try all the things you want. And it's just next to the...more
Food markets are the greatest invention since the invention of food. I'm pretty sure this is exactly the way that conversation went:
Person 1: "Hey, it's pretty great we invented food."
Person 2: "Not just food! Tons of types of food. There's so much food we can eat."
Person 1: "So much food""
Person 2: "So much!"
Person 1: "In fact, there's almost... too much. How do I know what I want to...more