Discover Buck Street Market in Camden Town, a colourful venue in north London dedicated to sustainable food and ethical fashion.
What is Buck Street Market?
Buck Street Market is the first eco-conscious market in the UK, made of recycled shipping containers. Not only does the market operate a zero single-use plastic policy, but it is also dedicated to reducing waste by generating energy from their food waste, which produces electricity for the market.
With more than 80 eco-conscious and retail businesses, Buck Street Market also boasts the largest rooftop in Camden, with two rooftop bars and a flashy pink terrace with pallet sofas.
Buck Street Market’s shops and restaurants
Find anything from Latin American street food and English muffins to loaded burgers from Stack and Dome and treats from Philippe Conticini’s French Patisserie. For a quirky twist on the classic English roast dinner, head to Yorkshire Burrito which sells fluffy Yorkshire pudding burritos bursting with meat, cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes and stuffing.
Are you aiming to reduce your environmental impact? Don’t worry, all traders have at least one vegan or vegetarian option on their menu and use compostable packaging.
Browse independent brands and shop more than 50 ethical fashion traders, from loose leaf tea to beard grooming products, custom made jewellery and personalised vegan candles.
Where is Buck Street Market and how do I get there?
Find Buck Street Market next to Camden Town station, which is serviced by the Northern Underground line.
There are also several buses stopping at nearby Camden Town Station and Kentish Town Road Camden Town.
What are the Buck Street Market opening times?
Buck Street Market is open from Monday to Sunday. Food and retail stalls are open from 11am to 7pm, and the rooftop restaurants from 11am to 10pm. Some stalls and restaurants are closed on Mondays.