Borough Market – food lover’s paradise

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A place where you can find amazing delicacies and Saturday is its busiest day (if you want to avoid the crowd, try to go before 11am or perhaps go on friday?) Anyways, Borough Market is London’s oldest food market, packed with stalls that sell produce and food products from all four corners of the world. This place is without a doubt a food lover’s paradise. Some things to try: toasted cheese sandwich as you can see from the above picture, brownies, pork loin steak with apple and cider brandy chutney.

The atmosphere there is great and it is extremely near the Tower Bridge (more pictures in my next post) and it is filled with delicacies from all over the world.

Located: Borough high Street, Southwark; Subway/tube: London Bridge, Borough; Opening Hours: Thursday 11am-5pm; Friday 12noon-6pm; Saturday 9am-4pm

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