London is a foodie’s paradise, with the widest variety of food markets to choose from near you. From fresh produce to London’s best street food, you’re sure to find something to your taste at one of the city’s popular food markets. The best part is that with your stay at the boutique Park Grand Lancaster Gate Hotel, with plush amenities and rooms with an emphasis on top-notch comfort and style, you’ll be only a skip and hop away from some of the finest food markets in the city as listed below.
Seven Dials Market
Seven Dials Market is an all-new, incredible indoor food market in Covent Garden, London. It is the first indoor market from Kerb, a company that is known for pioneering London’s diverse street food scene. Upstairs at the market, there is a curated selection of micro restaurants near Lancaster Gate with cute pink terrazzo bars including vegan Mexican and Filipino restaurants!
There is a row of stalls selling London-based produce outside the market entrance (Cucumber Alley). Downstairs at the market, get the taste of classic street food, with large communal tables and takeaway trays loaded with food from vendors selling juicy burgers, boas, and tantalising ramen. If rains spoil your market exploring plans you can indulge in an exclusive Indian afternoon tea experience in one of London’s restaurants or café.
Portobello Road Market
Portobello Market is one of London’s most iconic street markets and is known for more than just its vintage clothes and antiques collection. It’s an all-week-long working market and is a great place to find and try delicious food. Take a stroll around the vibrant market, with stalls selling artisanal cheese, fresh seafood, and gourmet items such as olive oils and balsamic vinegar. The best days to visit Portobello Road Market for food are Fridays and Saturdays when there is an even wider selection of food stalls!
Berwick Street Market
With 200 years of history, Berwick Street is perfect to indulge in flavoursome street food and find fresh produce. Try an amazing selection of inspiring salads or a superior wrap and discover biodynamic eggs and organic milk, butter, and cheeses. It is in the bustling West End area, close to Soho and Oxford Street. So, if you’re planning to book a London hotel package to explore the ultimate foodie capital, include Berwick Street market at the top of the list.
Chapel Market is a traditional London market tucked away on a backstreet in Angel. The market is also home to an array of food stalls, with some popular vegetarian Indian buffets that you must try! It’s also a great market to indulge in some flowers, fruits, plants, houseware, and even clothes shopping. After you’ve tried the amazing food here and shopped some, relax in the tranquil Culpeper Community Garden across the road. Every Sunday, there is also a farmer’s market at Chapel Market selling well-sourced meats, organic vegetables, and freshly made pasta. So, all the pasta lovers, reserve your Sunday for Chapel Market!
So, whether you’re looking for a quick bite to eat on the go or a leisurely browse of stalls selling everything from fresh seafood to vegan meals and refreshing drinks to cool off, London’s food markets have got you covered!