HUES OF DELAHAYE
It’s been operating at its current location since 1756 and actually has over a millennium’s worth of trading history. There are three main areas with over 100 stalls to serve you delicious drinks and snacks.
This canary yellow London market stands out in more ways than one, although it only opened recently in 2019. It is a hotspot for foodies, vintage shoppers, and art lovers, come rain or shine. This market is a foodie’s dream, with winning street foods from all over the world.
Leadenhall Street is a popular commercial street, only a short walk from London Bridge, that has served London for decades. It is open seven days a week and features beautiful boutiques, restaurants, bars, and shops.
Tuck into street foods from all over the world like Japanese gyozas, Spanish empanadas, or a British scotch egg with a twist. There are a few sweet tooth favourites for dessert, like fruit and syrup-topped waffles or delicious brownies.
Whether it’s culinary arts, performance arts, or visual arts, you will absolutely love Southbank Centre if you’re an art lover. There are menus from all over the world, from New Orleans to Thailand.
Southbank Centre Food Market
Travel to Italy for some cannolis and gelatos before moving south to Peru for some ceviche. Of course, there are also some South-East Asian dishes to try too, like Japanese Donburi and Ramen.