Just South of London Fields, and North of Regents Canal, West of Mare Stree
Established in 1936, this is one local market that captures the real multicultural vibe of London.
From the minute you arrive, you’ll have friendly stall sellers vying for your attention; while hidden inside the indoor market, seamstresses will sit quietly, sewing up a hem.
There are plenty of goodies to feast your eyes on – and your teeth into. Nail technicians, jewellers, barbers, fabric stores, sari shops, butchers and fishmongers line the 90-unit indoor area and there’s even a pet shop if you fancy giving a good home to a gold fish or hamster.
And when you get hungry, you’ll find a whole range of restaurants catering for your taste buds. Thai-food lovers, curry lovers, burrito dreamers and anyone who loves a good old egg and chips and a mug of tea won’t be left disappointed.