Divine jewelery from littlepearlbutton at Spitalfields markets
Old Spitalfields Market is my all time favourite London market, as the stalls are often run by the designers themselves, so you get to meet and talk to the makers; it is undercover, perfect for the London weather; and it is surrounded by great shops. This market is open everyday, but the main market days are Thursday till Sunday with each day different themes and different stalls so check out their website to see what is coming up this month. Continue reading
Antiques and collectibles at Portobello Road Markey
Portobello Road Market is one of London’s most well know markets for tourists and locals a like. Open Monday to Saturday from 9am with the main market day being Saturday when the antiques and bric-a-brac stalls also open and the crowds flock to this West London market. What I love about this market is that it is organised into different sections, and even on the busiest days there is still room to move. Continue reading
Plant stalls at Notting Hill Gate farmers’ market
Notting Hill Gate farmers’ market is hidden away behind Waterstones in the Kensington Church Street car park and is held every Saturday from 9am. This small market is perfect for purchasing some fresh local produce. If you are living or staying in the area this is the perfect place to sample some lovely cheeses, fresh baked bread, honey, meat, chicken and fish as well as your weekly fruit and vegetables directly from the farmers. This is a local market and a great place to meet those who produce your food and pick up
Fruit and vegetable stalls at Notting Hill Gate farmers’ market
some great tips on how to best prepare your fresh produce.
Favourite Stall: Chegworth Valley Juices, who offer a delicious warm apple juice, perfect for those cold drizzly London mornings.
Short walk from Notting Hill Gate tube station.
Delicious bites at Broadway Market
Broadway markets are the perfect place to meet some friends for lunch on a Saturday. The food stalls are vast and with such variety even the fussiest foodie with find plenty to please their taste-buds here. I was spoilt for choice and found myself munching my way through this market. Try some mouth-watering pork rolls, paella, Indian or falafels and then move on to some dreamy cakes and chocolatey treats. Continue reading
Camden Lock – handmade notebook covers
Camden lock, Camden stables, Camden lock village, Camden market, Inverness street and the electric ballroom combined make-up the Camden market group, which attracts enormous crowds to Camden Town every weekend. Some parts of the market are also open during the week and if you do not like crowds this is the time to come. If you love people watching, like me, Camden is the place to be, grab a drink and settle in because these markets attract a wide variety of people from all over the world. Continue reading