Church Street Market provides visitors with a lively and friendly street market experience.
Its central London location with great transport links and proximity to areas such as the West End, Hyde Park, Regent's Park, and St John's Wood make it a great place for shopping.
From the renowned Marylebone antiques district at the eastern end of Church Street through to the traditional fruit and veg and fish stalls close to Edgware Road, Church Street Market already has a varied offering for locals as well as those visitors from abroad.
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Always fresh fruits and vegetables. I like coming here with my wife for our weekly shopping. We usually come on Friday and I can say it can get pretty crowded. Anyway, the quality goods are worth it.more
Want a taste of real, diverse, working class London? Like a bargain? Then you can't go wrong with Church Street Market.
Just a stone's throw from Edgware Road Station and right at the heart of the Arabic restaurants and shops that dot Edgware Road this is an old school London market with a multicultural flavour. You won't find organic cheese stalls or Artisanal breads here but you will find;...more
Though it's located near some fancy neighborhoods, this is a low-budget, no frills market that offers little in terms of trendy food purveyors or cool vendors. There are no arts or crafts or cupcakes or cheeses. There are socks and cabbage, and ladies in burkas feeling up carrots.
For much of the week, there are about 2 dozen stalls, half of which seem to be selling the same stuff... the...more
The market is open Monday to Saturday. I usually buy my fruit and veg from here. Most of the stalls do a bowl for £1 which is excellent value. On a Saturday you'll also find stalls selling clothes and linens and household essentials and tools.
And if you're hungry, there are plenty of cafes dotted around the area or you can buy fast food from catering vans. If you get to the market early on...more
Best day to come to Church Street Market is Saturday when it is in fullest swing (closed on Sunday, trading from Monday to Saturday day time but rather quiet between Monday and Friday).
Primarily serving the needs of ethnic minorities resident in the vicinity (Somali, Pakistani, Muslim countries), there is great variety to be had for all.
I love coming here to check out the £1 a basket...more