Broadway Market is one of the oldest chartered markets in London and is currently having a revival. Broadway Market once a desolate street whose thriving market had diminished over the years is about to become a buzzing centre of the community. This vibrant market stocks an varied and eclectic mix of goods from local farmer, artists and crafts people in order to tempt the customer to sample and buy.
With shops, restaurants and galleries in abundance there really is something for everyone, be it local art, ceramics shops selling original pieces, shops selling a mixture of exciting and unusual clothes and gifts and furniture and lighting on sale the market and surrounding area offers unusual and stunning merchandise at affordable prices.
The new market offers a varied selection of goods including:
Organic rare breed pork/veal/venison.
Sea food and fresh fish
Organic & conventional tomatoes.
Handmade cheese butter & butter milk.
Organic fair-trade coffee.
Organic Breads/Cakes and Pastries.
Health products, clothing.
USA street clothes.
Vintage Clothing 50/60/70.
Along with a number of snack foods and health drinks.
The 394 bus route runs from Islington (Todpuddle Street) to Homerton Hospital directly past the South end of the Market, the 236 runs from Finsbury Park to Hackney Wick (Eastway) across the North end of the Market. Buses: 394, 388, 263, 55 253, 106, 48, 26, 277, D6
Central line to Bethnal Green Station. Take the exit to the right, and walk up Cambridge Heath Road until you come to Regents Canal, then take a left after the canal and follow Andrews Road over to the market.
Something you might like to try at Broadway Market
Established in 1936, this is one local market that captures the real multicultural vibe of London.
Broadway Market is best for...
Markets What was once a run-down fruit and veg market evolved into the hippest place to spend your Saturday. Since radical gentrification hit this strip of street in Hackney the stalls have long since ditched their old cargo of apples and pears. Hog roasts, cheese cakes, art books, meat and vintage clothing stalls give the locals what they want, and if the number of bugaboos is anything to go by the rest of London and its families too.
Salt Beef Not a venue per se, but Ivan Lester has been serving salt beef to Broadway Market since most locals can remember, which probably isnít long, but hey. The salt beef isnít quite the greatest in London but nothing beats a Saturday stroll with a pile of salt beef between bread at the end of it.