Established since 1830, Berwick Street Market is situated in Soho and sells an array of mouth-watering foods and nibbles. Open from early morning, stallholders sell cheeses, cakes, street food, artisan bread, fresh flowers and more. Often visited by local chefs, the market is known for its seasonal fruit and vegetables. Record shops are also plentiful.
Venue Details & Map
Berwick Street Market
Berwick StreetLondonW1F 8ST
- +44 (0)20 7641 7813
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Berwick Street Market
Be cautious when buying produce. The ripe and pretty fruit and veg they display is not what they pull out from behind their crates and give you, as they don't let you select like you would in the grocery store. Check the goods before walking away and getting home to realize you were given produce with holes filled with mold. more
For those with a fondness for nostalgia, Berwick Street Market offers an glimpse into markets of the past. When food was food and there certainly was no hint of metrosexual artisanal cheeses and funny foreign breads on the horizon!
In fact, Berwick Street Market is part of the ever shrinking world of the old Soho that Westminster council is trying to clean up and walking from one end of the... more
Berwick Street market is a small street market in the heart of Soho amongst the music and thread shops. Amongst the stands are a fish, a fruit and veg, a Malaysian fast food stall; where they sell Chicken Rice!
I have bought from these three stands and have always been please with the quality of the goods. What I like more about the market though is that adds to the traditional character of... more
Well, it's not a big market and it's in a weird place, as in there Yautcha at the corner, then a number of fairtrade..uhm..places that smell like weed, and it's definitely old school fruit and veg stalls. (a pound a punnet and all that shazam!) Maybe it's a Monday, but the stall owners weren't that lively at all. I would have enjoyed a del-boy type hardsell, the atmosphere would've have been... more
The down and dirty streets of old town Soho, always make me smile. Just a stones throw from the peep show rooms, the seediness of those clubs seeps out and effects the Berwick Street atmosphere. The whole place feels seedy, apples and all. Certainly not one of London's go to markets, but if you are in the area and fancy some fruit, there are a handful of stalls still clinging onto their... more