You'll find a bit of everything at Leather Lane Market, a weekday market in the Farringdon/Clerkenwell area. Office workers head there at lunchtime for the numerous food stalls. You'll also find cheap clothes, DVDs, mobile phone accessories and other bric-a-brac.
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Leather Lane Market
Leather LaneLondonEC1N 7TX
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Not the biggest market around, and not the most convenient timings for a market (work calls unfortunately), but if you ever get the opportunity to, come check out this small market full of bric a brac of all manner, from fruits to street food to vintage clothing, and even flowers. It spans the whole leather lane, and as you walk down it, you'll be greeted with the lovely smells of food wafting...more
If you work around Farringdon/Chancery Lane, Leather Lane is a blessing.
It's a blessing because of the variety of the food: fancy Japanse, Korean, gluten-free, cakes? You have it, you have it ALL. The number of stands varies a lot from a day to another, and depending on the weather.
It's a blessing because it can also save you a whole load of money! I have NEVER spent more than £6 on a...more
Leathen Lane market close to Chancery Lane
Station is a great little market mainly street food,but also stalls selling clothes, houseware... It's open only during the week .
I opted for a dak galbi ( spicy chicken) at Yog!Yo Korean food , delicious rich in flavor. They are at the top of the street in a beautiful caravan, and I bought a bibimbap at Gangnam ( korean ) ... Delicious!
Working from the London office for a change I was in dire need of an alternative lunch from the M&S and EAT options. Hearing about Leather Lane Market, a colleague and I wandered down to check out what was on offer.
The whole street was packed full of various street food traders, stalls selling mobile phone accessories and bags, with bricks-and-mortar food businesses down both sides as...more
Not a bad market, lots and lots of interesting tasty food options, along with some really rubbish home and clothing stands. Great place to come if you are in the area and hungry, not worth trekking all the across town for though.more