An award-winning weekly food market selling fresh produce, seasonal fruit and veg and street food.
Discover artisan breads, moreish confectionary, top-notch coffee and enjoy breakfast, brunch or street food bites at this popular weekend market.
Saturday: 10:00 - 14:00
Venue Details & Map
Lewisham College Car Park
Lewisham WayLewishamLondonSE4 1UT
Top 5 reviews of Brockley Market
Brockley market is held in a carpark moments away from St. John's rail station. It was busy and had the perfect London market vibe.
The stalls were a mixture of eat straight away and ingredients or veggies to take home.
To eat there were things like: flat bread, Mexican, pizza, mother flipper, halloumi fries and fish & chips.
The other stands included gluten free baked goods, lots of fruit...Read More
I had been meaning to try Brockley Market for some time before heading across the other week. It is closest to St John's national rail station and a short bus ride from New Cross (Lewisham is also in walking distance) and is held in a car park on Saturdays (10-2). It is a fairly small but perfectly formed with a range of hot food vendors and produce stalls. One of my friends is obsessed my the...Read More
Hi, Brockley Market! You've been on a post-it on my cork board written in caps: "BROCKLEY MKT: GO THERE". But I'm sometimes slow at taking my own (post-it) advice.
I went though.
I went this weekend.
I want to go back next weekend.
The Market is held 10am - 2pm on Saturdays. In a car park. It's small, but I don't say that disparagingly; I think that's one of Brockley's...Read More
Brockley Market is where the Lewisham foodies flock on a Saturday.
There's a decent selection of hot - burgers, burritos, Vietnamese pork. And you can stock up on granola, try some fresh cheese from one of three different stalls and enjoy your fill of tempting cakes, biscuits and pastries. There's also a butchers plus fresh fruit and veg dotted about the place.
I only had a small amount of...Read More
It's been over two years since I first discovered Brockley Market and I feel that while B.M. is still worth a visit, if one is in the area, I am not so enamored of it as I once was. Perhaps it's the change of vendors, the constant lack of available seating, and, on my last visit, the underwhelming selection of local fruit and veg, that bum me out. Dunno.
An interesting selection of...Read More