12 Sep 2017

Street food

Categories: Markets
Street food

It is obvious that the street food phenomenon has become a huge trend in all large cities of all around the world, but in this subject London is the number one. With its numerous food markets and its large gastronomic offer, the street food is now part of the culture of this cosmopolitan city. Reach the food markets of London with the hop-on hop-off tourist bus London City Tour and surprise yourself with the most innovative proposals.

The Borough Market is without any doubt the most famous market in London and the one with more history, as it is open since 1276. This place is where the most distinguished chefs of the city buy the ingredients of their dishes. The reason is that it has a great range of options and the goods have a high quality. Moreover, it counts with more than 30 street food stalls with suggestions of around the world. Get off our panoramic bus at the stop 6 of the Tower Loop and cross the London Bridge to get in the market.

The Southbank Centre Food Market counts with an extensive variety of fresh foodstuffs and drinks of small producers. From Friday to Sunday you will find around 40 street food stalls. Among its assortment, there are vegetarian Indian food, selected hamburgers and craft beer. Everything in the best environment, with views to the Thames River. You will get there easily getting off at the stop 3 or the stop 18 of the West End Loop.

Another option is the Maltby Street Market, a small and lively trendy market that offers delicatessen and fresh farm groceries. It is installed every Saturday morning close to the Tower Bridge. You will be able to arrive there getting off at the stop 7 of the Tower Loop.

Forget spending a fortune to eat well. The revolution of the street food offers you first quality products, food for any kind of palate and it suits for all budgets.