5 of London’s Best Street Food Markets

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As a city known for its diverse and eccentric cultures, it doesn’t come as a surprise that London remains one of the best culinary destinations in the world. The capital city’s spirit is very much linked to its street food markets that bring so much more life to it.

Sample authentic food from around the world and acquaint yourself with the taste of classic British staples for the best foodie experience in the city. Plan your visit and look out for our exclusive London hotel deals to save on a luxurious stay near the most popular attractions and experiences in the city. Here’s our list of some of the best food markets to explore in London. Let’s dive in!

Portobello Market

A rundown of the best places for street food in London is incomplete without the iconic Portobello Market, located only a stone’s throw away from the opulent Park Grand Paddington Court Hotel, in the heart of the city. Explore a wide range of street food options, perfect to suit different tastes including aromatic Greek and Caribbean street foods, artisanal sandwiches, gourmet burgers, crepes, churros and much more. Don’t forget to capture the view of the 19th-century colourful houses and browse the market’s unique vintage and antique collection for a wholesome experience.

Borough Market

If you come with an appetite, you’ll be able to sate it in more ways than one can count at the historic Borough Market! Opened in 1756, the unmissable Borough Market is loved by locals and travellers alike. It is known for its artisanal foods, and high-quality produce and exploring the market is sure to be a sensory overload. Don’t miss out on homemade food delights, fresh produce from various parts of the UK and the world, and inventive cocoa creations for a little something sweet.

Camden Market

Arguably, one of the most epic street food markets in London, the vibrant Camden Market is where you’ll find a whopping number of traders and a diverse range of dishes, all seven days a week. Known to be one of the loved food markets in London, plan your visit and add diverse flavours to your palate with the finest Latin cuisine or suit yourself to some comfort food as you try out authentic mac and cheese, hotdogs and more.

Berwick Street Market

Located in the heart of Soho, Berwick Street Market is one of the oldest street food markets in London. Explore this bustling street food destination with an old-world charm, where you can choose from old-school vendors selling aromatic street food including Afghani delights, artisan pastries, Mexican-inspired food, organic fruit beverages and plentiful options for quality coffee and tea.

Southbank Centre Food Market

Known for its unparalleled choice of street food and drinks, the Southbank Centre Food Market is a must-visit. Make sure to explore and enjoy flavourful Asian street food and Lebanese-Mediterranean cuisine here and indulge in traditional French desserts, afterwards for a wholesome experience.

Seven Dials Market, Neal’s Yard

London’s oh-so-popular Seven Dials Market is a concoction of the most tantalising independent street food and drinks vendors in London. Housing nearly 20 pioneering food businesses, the Seven Dials Market is located only moments away from your luxe accommodation in Paddington London and is divided into two floors, each with a different vibe. Visit the Banana Warehouse floor for some fantastic cheesy delights and head to Cucumber Alley, to find some of London’s best desserts to finish your meal with!

London’s food scene is unmatched. Whether you’re looking to enjoy authentic street food from all around the world or dine in at some of the city’s best restaurants near Paddington Station, you’re in for a memorable experience!

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