Eat and shop in London markets with independent gems to get a real flavor of what the city is like. London local Lisa Comfort, founder of Sew Over It, shares her favorite London markets
The best London markets from Lisa Comfort:
Nestled right in the heart of East London’s Hackney neighborhood is the Broadway Market. Established in the 1890's, this traditional hotspot is constantly flourishing with market traders and vendors serving up a variety of different tastes from cultures around the world. Check out their many pubs, shops, and cafes while picking up meats, cheeses, and so much more!
If you love eating and drinking, then Borough Market is the place to be! This renowned food market specializes in British and International produce luring in chefs, restaurateurs, and passionate amateur cooks. The spices and traditional dishes from around the world will rock your world!
This eclectic mix of vendors at Brixton Village is your one stop shop for fresh baked goods, flea market finds, even rare vintage pieces. Conveniently located right next to the Brixton Station, this market features a new theme each day of the week, so be sure to checkout their site for listings, special events, and more!
Chatsworth Road Market is a weekly market runs every Sunday from 12 - 4, bringing visitors flavorful foodie finds, special drinks, and even entertainment! Try a haggis toastie and a smoothie.