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.
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Lewisham College Car Park
Lewisham WayLewishamLondonSE4 1UT
Really nice place to come to on a Saturday morning! It was a bit smaller than I was expecting but it had everything you need from a Farmers Market.
I had been for a 5 mile run before heading out to this so I felt like I deserved a really treat! There was quite a bit to choose from from the food trucks -
burgers from Mother Flipper, flatbread wraps, crepes! In the end I went for the Breakfast...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...more
Cute quiet market in a parking lot selling things from food stands to fresh produce. It's open from 10 to 2 so has a small time slot of availability but great place to chill out for lunch.
Try: Mother Flippin Burgers (try the breakfast sandwich or the candy bacon burger with an EGG), Kooky Bakes for their Red Velvet or Caramel whoopie pies, the tea stand for some Darjeeling tea. During...more
Ok so it's my local market so I'm probably biased but it really is a great market & it is getting better all the time. This weekend it felt like there were more fresh produce stalls, which I love. Dark Fluid for great coffee & a number of stalls for a tasty late breakfast/ early lunch. It ticks every box for me.more
A perfect start to a perfect weekend.
This small, but perfectly formed food market along Lewisham way makes an idyllic scene in what is essentially a school car park. The short and sweet two hours on a Saturday morning is just enough time for a lazy breakfast and mooch around the vibrant offerings of the market stools.
My advice, go hungry. There's an interesting array of tempting fast...more