Maltby Street Market
As another refreshing cultural addition to the London market scene in recent years, we have seen the birth of Maltby Street Market. Bringing weekend wondering joy and gastronomical delight to all visiting guests, an array of traders offer an eclectic combination of eateries and hydrating concoctions. Ranging from MasterChef curated peri-peri street foods, comfort for your tummy chicken soups, granny kitchen reminiscing cakes to freshly squeezed local fruit and veggie juices, this street style hangout near the River Thames will certainly impress you.
Situated within a brisk 20-minute walk away from London Bridge and nearby to Bermondsey station, what better place to kick-start your Saturday or Sunday at this top 10 must-visit hot foodie destination in the city?
Unlike other London markets, Maltby’s food traders offer solely ready-to-eat foods only. So you will see no fishmonger or butcher around here, matey. Just pure food and beverages waiting for you to savour! Not feeling peckish yet? The market also comprises of craft beer stalls, wine wholesalers, tea specialists, cheese stalls, coffee shops and handcrafted products for shoppers not yet tempted by the delicious foods surrounding you as you stroll through.
The trading times are Saturdays from 9 am – 4 pm and Sundays from 11 am – 4 pm only and is closed for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Years’ Day. For those that prefer to dodge the mass human traffic bustle, it is suggested that you opt for visiting on Sundays, however, there will be fewer traders. Maltby Street Market is easily accessible via London Bridge station serviced by the Jubilee and Northern Underground lines or via Bermondsey station serviced by the Jubilee Underground line.