Good little spot and lots of activity. Some nice bars and restaurants. Usually full of city workers swamping beer and talking loudly. Lively and very close to Lloyds of London.
About Leadenhall Market
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The architecture is really beautiful! In terms of shopping, you need the monies, its an expensive place. Also there is part here which was used in the Harry Potter films, Bull's Head Passage.
The place has the look of an old Victorian style market but was actually built in 1990. It's cute, but small and not much of a market. A few expensive shops and pubs. We took a few pictures because we had heard it was in...More
A great part of London that has kept the architecture of the Victorian Market. It is actually now changed to a Upmarket eating area and retained little of the products of the original Market.
I thought the market would be bigger and more of a market. It was just a bunch of (expensive) restaurants and pubs. It looks great though, with beautiful looking buildings and ceiling.
Calm oasis on a muggy day In the city. Tremendous choice of old school wine bars , cafes and restaurants something for every ones taste and budget. A small step from the glass towers of the city takes you back in time to calm down...More
Visited here as we were too early for our appointment at the nearby SkyGarden - glad we did! A wonderful Victorian building with ornate shop fronts. Mainly eating and drinking establishments but also other retail stores.
Daughter heard the JK Rowling based Diagon Alley on Leadenhall, so off we trekked. You can see why it's the inspiration - covered alley of quaint shops. Very Victorian, unique and a real range of items to buy.