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Our top five London street food markets

London City Hotels

Try tasty dishes from around the globe at this street food market in the heart of London. Pick from a heady mix of homemade pies, savoury tarts, specialty scotch eggs, German sausage, Indian curry, burrito, falafel and a ton of veggie options. Thursdays and Fridays 9am-5pm; Whitecross St, London EC1Y 8NR

Exmouth Market

Nestled between Farringdon and St John Street in Clerkenwell, a bundle of stalls line pedestrianized Exmouth Market, selling enticing street food to Londoners on their lunch break. This area has a villagey feel and you’ll find everything from barbequed sausages to curries, burritos, and salads. Mon – Fri 12-3pm; Exmouth Market EC1R 4QE

Lower Marsh Saturday Market

Just a few minutes’ walk from Waterloo the new Lower Marsh Saturday Market is London’s latest foodie hotspot. Established traders and the next generation of stallholders have all set up here; including family run Lockie’s Fish, artisan meat traders Cannon & Cannon and booming social enterprise Bad Boys Bakery. Saturday 10am-3pm; Lower Marsh, London SE1 7RG

Broadway Market

Created by the community, this east end street market running from London Fields to Regents Canal has blossomed over the past few years. Trendy locals gather here to meet, natter, sip coffee and browse specialist food stalls filled with artisan bread, cakes, cheese, meat and fish. Saturdays 9-5pm; Broadway Market, E8 4QL

Borough Market

The granddaddy of London food markets, Borough Market dates back to the 13th Century, making it the oldest in the city. This is the place to come for fresh fruit and veg and gourmet goodies from around the globe including cheese, bread, cake, fish and meat. And, there’s plenty of opportunity to try before you buy.

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