Farmers markets in London

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Farmers Markets in London

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  • Rebecca B
    London, UK327 contributions
    Lots of food options with the Sri Lankan being excellent. There are plenty of seats and lots of outdoor setting. Non alcoholic drink options are not great and unable to bring water in with you.
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • Andrea R
    United Kingdom156 contributions
    I went on Thursday the 2nd of December with my boyfriend and sisters. Arrived at 5pm and we went straight in, no queues. Not many people were there, but those who were there were buyers and not selfie-obsessed tourists. Thankfully, that crowd is being kept at bay by the covid related travel restrictions.

    Just after the first lockdown ended (June 2020) there were very, very long queues on Saturdays, so since I have always visited on a Thursday and there has never been a queue.

    So if you want to go, try a Thursday at 5am and you'll have a pleasant shopping trip.

    Prices are half of what you'd pay at a fishmongers, but to be fair, fishmongers do fillet and sell prepared pieces. Halibut was £15.00 a kilo (at a fishmongers you'd pay £33.00 a kilo) and Swordfish loin was £13.00 a kilo (at a fishmongers you pay £28.00 a kilo). Giant prawns (13-12cm long) was £27.00 for 3 kilos. I have attached pictures of my purchases.

    Apart from prices, there is a vast variety of fish which you will not see in any other shop or market.

    There are some sellers who sell "old" fish, and you can tell from handling the fish (which is allowed) and also they're cheap as well, which is a tell-tale sign. The market do apparently have inspectors but somehow, some people do get conned.

    Other points to note:
    Don't wear sandals or open toed footwear - they won't let you in.
    Wear slip-resistant foot wear.
    Don't bring your kids, as kids are not allowed.
    If you drive, take containers to place your bags in, as ice-water can leak from bags.

    We knew what we wanted to buy and we were out of the building in 30 minutes.

    Plan well, go on a Thursday and you'll be ok, and best to buy from the traditional sellers like Selsea and James Nash.
    Written 2 December 2021
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  • Fara S
    London, UK137 contributions
    The Frenchie

    Very tasty duck confit burguers filled with great ingredients! They have a selection of cheeses to pick from and these come with fries dipped in duck fat! Very yummy indeed!
    Written 4 June 2022
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  • holidaybunch
    London, UK116 contributions
    Many stalls, cafes and local independent shops. Even cycle stalls repair/advice area. Herne Hill station doorstep, Brockwell Park & Lido across the road, Dulwich Village a short walk away and Brixton just a quick bus ride too. Family fun.
    Written 6 March 2020
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  • Bluebellplasnewydd
    Cardiff, UK1,442 contributions
    This is a fun market in an old engine shed just outside Waitrose. There is a good selection of food and trinket stalls together with tables for eating. The sort of thing you see all over London. Best to visit for entertainment and street food. You are unlikely to find anything substantial to buy apart from artisan groceries.
    Written 31 July 2021
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  • Hussain
    Greater London, UK169 contributions
    It’s a awesome place , near the park and buy very nice foods you can buy easily because so many shop and you have a choice . I personally like this
    Written 11 May 2021
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  • Alex T New York
    New York City, NY5 contributions
    I’ve seen a lot on Instagram about urban food fest and it is in shoreditch which is one of my favourite locations. Street food and drink stalls. Food is great. Great atmosphere of people just wanting to enjoy their day. Good music playing. Worth a visit if your in the area
    Written 6 June 2022
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  • GReyMaiden
    Maidenhead, UK2,948 contributions
    Just yards from China Town and Leicester Square and in the shadow of the Raymon Review Bar is the Street Food Union. A collection of covered stalls selling hot food to take away. Interesting selection and prices reasonable. Can be shady so you may wish to order and take your food somewhere sunnier.
    Written 13 April 2019
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  • Ariel16
    London, UK242 contributions
    The market is amazing!
    So many stalls with fabulous organic products and food on the go: pizza, hot dogs and dumplings.
    Bustling with people and the occasional celebrity too.
    Highly recommended
    Written 20 October 2019
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  • Malarchy
    Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo844 contributions
    Tachbrook Market is a street market open Monday-Saturday based at the pedestrianised end of Tachbook Street in London's Victoria district just off Warwick Way. During the working week it is a street food location with a range of the excellent world cuisines. Of a Saturday there is more of a focus on traditional market fare like fruit & veg.

    The market is not particularly large as the pedestrianised end of the street is relatively short but it is a good selection of food choices including Thai, falafels, Japanese, and the occasional slightly less well-known option like Jordanian. Given it includes some of the best types of food, it is remarkably busy even on a blustery winter's day during lunchtime. Queues can get fairly long so it is important to time the visit effectively.

    The food choices are pretty good. This is not the best in the area as Strutton Ground is outstanding but without that comparison it would be an impressive set of street food stalls in its own right.

    There is a bench so it is possible for a small number of people to sit but in general this is a standing spot with most people walking away after getting their food. Despite the throughput the market is in reasonable shape with the street not being overly littered.

    Fruit & veg is available at times including on a Saturday. A fish stall is also in evidence. It is hard to tell how good this is when there is an average Sainsbury's nearby and a corner shop that sells good quality stuff including some decent scotch bell peppers.

    There is some good stuff at Tachbrook Market. It is fairly small and not quite the wonderful Strutton Ground but nonetheless it is a decent and reasonable value spot to grab some decent hot food to go from a range of the best of world cuisines all lined up alongside each other.
    Written 7 March 2020
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  • stet20
    London, UK204 contributions
    Charming local farmers market selling local organic produce. Very friendly stall holders. A bit like borough market but less commercial. Perfect way to spend Saturday morning. A must for foodies!
    Written 15 September 2021
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  • Kate W
    Woolwich, null, United Kingdom17 contributions
    My local Farmers Market great produce from sausages to vegetables ,olives and bread ,cakes and jam .Most importantly friendly traders with knowledge of their products and it's provenience and competitive prices,my fortnightly go to for brilliant food .
    Written 5 January 2021
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  • finnlagun
    London, UK239 contributions
    Clapham’s Venn Street Market lacks the size and sheer joie de vivre of Hackney’s Broadway Market, but it has great personality, plenty of interesting foods to try and friendly food traders who are very happy to provide tasters of their products without being pushy. We enjoyed visiting the olive/antipasti stand and chatting with the Iranian owner. Cutesie jewellery and beauty products can also be found at Venn Street, including some wonderfully fragrant handmade soaps. I would highly recommend a visit. 
    Written 11 March 2019
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  • Joinery
    United Kingdom16 contributions
    Good to have a place that bring real market food to London.
    More growth and work to do, but a joy and a donation for local food culture.
    Written 1 November 2020
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  • Emma C
    London, UK68 contributions
    This Sunday market feels like it’s ‘not quite there yet’. I’ve had some of the best vegan fast food in London here at Pig Out... who I have never seen again there. Equally I bought a lovely handmade African print tote bag from a lady who no longer seems to have a stall. Every time I visit there seems to be a new stall holder who hasn’t quite worked out an efficient food prepping and ordering system and is rarely seen again. Sometimes the number of traders is very thin on the ground. Maybe this will get better and develop over time. London has such a thriving and varied market scene though, that they had better hurry up!
    Written 18 July 2018
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