Search for fresh food and drink from small producers and independent traders at the Real Food Market, Southbank Centre each week.
Held every Friday to Sunday on Southbank Centre Square, behind the Royal Festival Hall, this market features more than 40 producers, including specialists in meats, spices, confectionary and more. You can take the delicious produce home, or sample yummy dishes cooked on site.
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Real Food Market at the Southbank Centre
Royal Festival Hall,Belvedere Road,Southbank Centre Square,Southwark,London SE1 8XX,UKSE1 8XX
- +44 20 7370 8627
Wondering around town and came across the market... so glad I did. Was so happy to see the variety of healthy foods... especially vegan foods! Had a few desserts... oops... ohhhh well lol! Oh and the best vegan chocolates I have ever tasted!!!more
Just returned from my 4th (or is it 5th?) visit to this amazing market. The Real Food Market isn't huge, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in quality. It's located right behind Royal Festival Hall, a stone's throw from the London Eye and Waterloo Station. There's lot of variety here, from burgers and hot dogs to pasta and prosecco. Almost all the stalls offer ready-to-eat food, so...more
The Real Food Market in Southbank is open every weekend from Friday to Sunday and It's a lovely place to go get a bite(s) to eat if you're on the go. Nice way to spend a lazy Sunday for example ;). The market is buzzing with people and it's filled with dozens of food stalls with all kinds of amazing food from all over the world, so there is definitely something for everyone. There are also...more
Open: Fri, Sat, Sun
Great tasty selection: french, caribbean, indian, vegetarian, baked goods, cheese, wine, greek,etc. It was hard to decide.
From "the Frenchie" stall, I opted for their duck confit brioche with melted goat cheese, truffle honey, red onion chutney, rockets-arugula and crispy duck skin to top it off.... I just dribbledmore
To be honest, I was hoping for more. I'd heard this market talked up, and thought it would be great! It was a lot smaller than I imagined and I can't really describe it as 'real food'.... it's more like 'another generic food market'. There was the usual meat, cheese, street food - some of which professing their organic or free range or gluten free options..... but I didn't see a lot of good...more