You’d have to give a lot of money to miss out on the opportunity to explore a market.
A trip to a foreign supermarket is always one of the things I look most forward to when abroad on holiday, and I always come back with suitcases full of spices, sauces, sweets and other local specialities.
If anything, I like markets even more.
Especially one as epic as Borough Market.
If you’re a foodie, Borough Market is really close to the idea you have of heaven.
They have everything you could possibly wish for.
From fruit and vegetables stalls, pilled high with the most gorgeous produce the season has to offer…
… to mountains of cheese…
… along with some excellent deli products…
… a few essentials (if you don’t think Iberico ham is essential, you’ve clearly never been to Brindisa!) …
… and piles of fresh bread, still warm from the oven.
And the best part is, you get to taste it all!
You can truly make a meal out of nibbling your way through the stalls.
But if you’re feeling quite peckish, Borough Market is also home to some of London’s best street food stalls.
Raclette, hog roast, sandwiches, paella or Asian food, the only difficulty (as usual) is to choose!
But whatever you go for in the end, make sure you save some room for dessert!
Maybe save some for me as well?
Borough Market, 8 Southwark St, London SE1 1TL