Visiting a food market is always one of the most interesting ways to experience a destination. And why not? It’s fun, affordable and interactive. For a riot of colours, sights and smells and a quick insight into the ever-evolving food scene of London, hit the Borough Market that sits on one end of the London Bridge. Wander around and get to know all about its 1,000-year-old extraordinary heritage.
Meet home bakers, small-scale artisan producers and traders with a vast culinary knowledge!
This is not only the place to buy fresh produce but also feast on hot, freshly-made food. Think chocolate truffles, handmade pasta, Indian street food, melt-in-mouth fudge, dim sums, Arabic cuisine and more. If you wish to taste some of the best British and regional delicacies in the company of curious foodies, join one of the group food tour.
With Secret Food Tours by Essor, you’ll be led by a chirpy guide who makes sure you stop at every noteworthy British joint and sample its specialty. Lastly, always go for a food tour empty stomach!
Some of the must tries at Borough Market are:
- Smoked Bacon and Egg Roll at Whisky Ginger
- Haddock and Triple Cooked Chips at Fish Kitchen
- Traditional Sausage Roll at The Ginger Pig
- Traditional Mead at Cartwright Brothers
- Aspall Cider and Luscomb cider with a selection of British cheeses and Sticky Toffee Pudding at Mug House
- Award-winning Vanilla Custard Doughnuts at Bread Ahead
When to go: The Borough Market is fully operational from Wednesday to Saturday
How to get there: Located next to London Bridge Station, you can reach here by the Northern and Jubilee tube lines or mainline trains. Also, the areas of London Bridge, Borough High Street and Southwark have several bus stops.