Borough Market, London

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Borough Market, London - Address, Phone Number

Address: 8 Southwark St, London SE1 1TL, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2074071002

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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If you enjoy flea markets with street vendors and a lineup of stalls to eat from, the Borough Market was made for you. The market area is pretty crowded and lively. There are way too many food stalls here. The vendors sell fresh produce in fruits and vegetable and fresh seafood as well.

There is a variety to explore and treat your taste buds with in the market area. If you’re a foodie by heart, hits the market street right away and indulge in the yumminess of these delectable delicacies. borough market is one of the main tourist attractions to visit and should definitely feature in you London Itinerary 2 Weeks and London Itinerary 10 Days

Treat your taste buds to a humongous treat at the Borough Market that is lined with plenty of delectable stalls to choose from. While you are not in a necessity to buy tickets for Borough Market, Borough Market Tickets described in the tickets section comprise of varied tours making it really worth it given the Borough Market ticket prices. Hit the market now with the tickets for Borough Market in hand.

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Lunch Market:

  • Monday & Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm

How To reach Borough Market by Public Transport

  • Bus: 344, 381, N343, N381, RV1
  • Tube: London Bridge

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  • London’s oldest market, and still one of its best! No visit to London would be complete without a visit here for a grazing brunch or lunch. The best and busiest days is a Saturday when all the traders are open and the atmosphere is at its liveliest. Best to come early though to avoid having to queue too long. Amazing selection of different foods and treats available , and it’s hard to pick just a few items. There is seating available in the market , or you can take your purchases and head to the churchyard next door, or head towards the Thames where you can relax and enjoy the London buzz.

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  • What a fantastic institution. The choice of food here us endless. From raw ingredients, to the best meats, cheeses and every kind of tea you can imagine. The list is numerous and all good. If you're not taking it home to cook, the choice of hot and cold meals and smaller bites are mouth watering. Well worth a visit, or a regular stop off.

  • Excellent place with various food and items to buy. I visited today - Saturday. Various cheese, meat, drinks alcohol and non alcoholic drinks to buy. Just have loads of patience as it was very busy and very hard to get through at times. Some things are very expensive and some very reasonable. You can buy even truffle in here. Fear not as I have seen people with buggies too. Best market I know :-)

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  • We love it here on a Saturday morning, we always pick up some breakfast and sometimes other bits for our evening meal. There are loads of different take away food stores from a plethora of countries! There are stalls with bread, wine, beers and anything else you need for the perfect night in! Also around Borough Market there are loads of bars and restaurants! The ones of which I have frequented are all worth a visit!

  • Excellent food here, most by small suppliers and artisans. Not at lot of places to sit and enjoy the food, but still worth the visit. Here you can find excellent wine and natural wine (try Elliot's restaurant), cheese (stall and just outside the market, Neal's), fresh baked bread, craft beer, fruit juices, seafood, flowers, etc. Just amazing. Most places take cards, but it's good idea to bring some cash. It's a good option to go on a rainy day.

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