No visit to London is complete without an wander round London’s best food market. Borough Market is London’s oldest food market , initially it was just a fruit & vegetable market before it expanded to what it is today .
Borough Market is firmly on the foodies map as the place to go, you’ll find that a majority of the stall holders are the actual producers , from farmers to fishermen , bakers to butchers selling their products direct from source.
The best time to visit Borough Market is before 8am, skip breakfast at home and kick off the morning with breakfast at Maria’s, I recommend the sausage or bacon sandwich with a mug of steaming hot tea before heading off for a wander round the various stalls.
Then its off to check out the foodie sights and sounds around Borough Market.
Practical Info for visiting Borough Market
Take public transport to London Bridge tube / rail / bus stops. Its steps away from the bridge, there is no where to park.
The market operates six days a week Monday to Saturday ( closed Sundays )
Take cash , bank cards are not generally taken by everyone, there are cash points located just outside the market on various locations along Borough High Street.
Best time to visit ? early is best anytime before 9am, otherwise you’ll get caught in the crowds.
For more info on Borough Market, check out their website