Roman Road Market

Overview

This East End market sells fruit, clothes and fabrics at knock-down prices. Situated on one of the oldest trade routes, Roman Road market is still going strong.

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E3 5LU

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Roman Road Market

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E3 5LU

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 19 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Roman Road Market

2.0 out of 5 24 June 2014
by Scarlett J.

A good place if you want some cheap clothes which are supposedly from 'big' names (hmm, a likely story!!) Or some cheap jewellery, slippers, bedding, music, bric-a-brac etc. Good for picking up bits for fancy dress, but not so great for anything that will last. Still, good if you're on a tight budget.

My only qualm living so nearby is the market traders don't give a monkey's about littering....more

3.0 out of 5 31 January 2014
by Chanae M.

For a small markets in East London i was pleasantly surprised. It is GREAT for cheap clothing with lots of variety, known brands and also makeup. I live close so i usually go once a month for a quick look. If your in the area and have a couple of hours free on a saturday go and have a look.more

4.0 out of 5 12 October 2013
by Vanessa A.

Following on from some of my recent market reviews, I thought I'd check out Roman Road.The number 8 bus dropped me off right at the mouth of the market... I have to say, I was expecting a lot of cheesy crap with a few good bits but was pleasantly surprised.

Overall, this is a great place to find cheap, on-trend clothing -- at the moment, tartan, leopard prints, and leather-look garments....more

3.0 out of 5 11 February 2011
by Larissa G.

I am a road market scientist.

And if Roman Road Market is the function [F] and the commodity cost is x then:

F'(x) = the limit as the cost of things at the market [h] approaches zero, times (x + h) minus the function of x, divided by h.

Which, when you've worked out the proof, will become:

F'(x) = f'(x)g(x) + f(x)g'(x) = A-OKmore

3.0 out of 5 9 February 2011
by Laura N.

Wait just one hot second here... I'm no road market scientist, but it only takes a simple equation to figure out that Roman Road has all of the components to be 3-star worthy:

Cheap, trendy clothing + jewellery shops and stalls + lotsandlotsachippies = a-ok.

Knock-off shop. Bling out. Dine in.

If you can get behind this motto, Roman Road will be a-ok for you too. A bit depressing at...more