Maltby Street Market, London (Sat 9-2pm) Perched under railway arches this market is foodie heaven and without the tourist of nearby Borough Market. Start at 60 Druid Street for fruit and veg of unparalleled variety. From there, cross Tanner Street and head down Ropewalk and into LASSCO, an architectural salvage shop.  --- Look out for The London Honey Company, The Little Bread Pedlar and La Grotta Ices. Last stop: The Kernel Brewery, a micro-brewery…

Maltby Street Market, London (Sat 9-2pm) Perched under railway arches this market is foodie heaven and without the tourist of nearby Borough Market. Start at 60 Druid Street for fruit and veg of unparalleled variety. From there, cross Tanner Street and head down Ropewalk and into LASSCO, an architectural salvage shop. --- Look out for The London Honey Company, The Little Bread Pedlar and La Grotta Ices. Last stop: The Kernel Brewery, a micro-brewery…

Bermondsey Antique Market, London...arrived at 4 AM to get best deals....when dealers are there....

Bermondsey Antique Market, London...arrived at 4 AM to get best deals....when dealers are there....

Bermondsey Market - QUI LONDRA

Bermondsey Market - QUI LONDRA

Bermondsey Market Closest station: London Bridge Bermondsey Square hosts weekly antique and farmers markets, and is the perfect place to uncover a vintage gem or pick up your produce for the week. When the markets aren’t running, there are still plenty of charming shops and eateries in the area.

Bermondsey Market Closest station: London Bridge Bermondsey Square hosts weekly antique and farmers markets, and is the perfect place to uncover a vintage gem or pick up your produce for the week. When the markets aren’t running, there are still plenty of charming shops and eateries in the area.

"I still like Bermondsey Market in London. It's down and dirty but fun. When I'm staying in London I like The Soho Hotel; it's not too big and has quirky fun style and good food. The atmosphere is very relaxed in a very happening location so be sure to ask for a quiet room. In terms of dining, I love a good Gastro pub and for me the best is The Thomas Cubitt in Belgravia—great crowd and comfort food done with style."

"I still like Bermondsey Market in London. It's down and dirty but fun. When I'm staying in London I like The Soho Hotel; it's not too big and has quirky fun style and good food. The atmosphere is very relaxed in a very happening location so be sure to ask for a quiet room. In terms of dining, I love a good Gastro pub and for me the best is The Thomas Cubitt in Belgravia—great crowd and comfort food done with style."

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