When I lived in Marylebone, I went here every single Sunday. They have a little bit of everything. Veggies, fruits, baked goods, dairy, etc. They also have cooked food (tarts, bread, sandwiches, pastas, etc.) for sale. Fantastic. The vendors are funny and approachable, and can tell you a lot about what they are selling. If you're in the area, check it out, and then go to La Fromagerie and The...more
It has a bit of everything.
For those who want to load up on basic fare, there are vendors selling greens, potatoes, meats, raw seafood, etc. - great basics that need some preparation.
For those who don't want to cook, there are vendors selling tarts, cakes, quiches, and entrees such as French chicken or Italian Lasagne, ready for the fridge.
For those who want to eat...more
Tiny little market tucked away in car park in central London, taking place every sunday. Some fancy local clientele and only a handful of tourists.
Standard farmers market fare: organic meat and veg, dairy, bread, a couple of hot food stands, and even some fresh juice and smoothies!
The star of the show was definitely the pastry stand; I actually think I died and went to heaven. The...more
Hands down, my fav farmers market in London to date (and I've been making the rounds!). I go every Sunday morning right around opening, just because things to get picked over quickly.
The layout is well planned, with wide rows and plenty of space for people to browse without having to feel like a salmon during spawning season. As it gets warmer, there is a larger variety of beautifully...more
The Marylebone Farmers Market is one of the nicest places to visit on a Sunday morning in London. Maybe only a tenth of the size of Borough or Brick Lane, it is one of the city centre's real hidden gems and because of this it's virtually tourist free. However, this is not a place to go to if you are just hoping to soak up the atmosphere and grab a quick bite to eat as it has remained very much...more