An award-winning weekly food market selling fresh produce, seasonal fruit and veg and street food. Open Saturdays 10am-2pm.
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Lewisham College Car Park
Lewisham WayLewishamLondonSE4 1UT
So I hemmed and hawed on what would be the right place to review for my 500th Yelp review (!!!): should I stick to my expertise (Phx) or do a secret gem here in London?
I finally settled on Brockley Market, because it's simple and it delivers. You don't need DJs and cocktails, and don't want entrance fees and crowds and long lines to enjoy some wonderful London street food. Brockley Market...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
Great little food market, almost like a mini borough market but without the hoards of people.
Food stalls vary, you have a butchers, green grocers, fish monger's and baker's, for all your takeaway goods, then you have your vendor's that serve food hot and cold to eat there and then. Stall's vary still keep a eye on the Brockely Market web site or Twitter page. Great market, great food,...more
In my opinion, the best food market in London. None of the confined space of somewhere like Borough Market and nowhere near the crowd, not to mention a very high quality of market stall with a few award winners present most weeks.
In fact, the worst thing about Brockley market is trying to decide what to eat. I always want a Mother Flipper, but can't limit myself when there's so much other...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