By HUES OF DELAHAYE
A look at the best street food markets around the city – from trendy pop-ups, vegan-friendly venues, and weekend-only food markets to the most famous markets in London.
Borough Market has more than 1000 years of history. Try Khanom Krok for a taste of Thai street food or Padella Borough Market to carb-load on freshly made pasta or try the moist duck confit sandwich with crispy salad.
Here you will find the best Brazilian churros in London, mouth-watering Ethiopian vegan dishes, and weird ramen burgers at Pimp My Ramen.
Get your dog on (a hot dog, that is) at Oh My Dog, and mouth-watering and belly-filling Roti House with their amazing curry-naan bread wraps.
Housing everything from antique furniture and leather clothing goods stalls to organic olives and green juice stalls.
This market is vibrant and multicultural, offering products from smaller independent vendors, cafes and bars.
Soho’s Berwick Street Market dates back to 1778 and offers a variety of products from around the world like Greek souvlaki, Afghan curries, paella, and Caribbean jerk chicken.
Here you’ll find an array of Vietnamese, Italian, and Middle Eastern food, as well as some of the best coffee shops in London.
It’s packed wall-to-wall with excellent food vendors and beautiful antique stores. Expect lots of foodie goodness, plenty of wine, and some fantastic street food.