Maltby Street Market: This small market is one of London’s best hidden gems. Every Saturday, local producers sell their street food under the railway arches in Bermondsey. Make sure to get there before lunchtime, as most stalls wrap up in the early afternoon.

Maltby Street Market: This small market is one of London’s best hidden gems. Every Saturday, local producers sell their street food under the railway arches in Bermondsey. Make sure to get there before lunchtime, as most stalls wrap up in the early afternoon.

Bermondsey Square Antiques Market, Bermondsey Square, London | Shopping/Markets in londontown.com | LondonTown.com

Bermondsey Square Antiques Market, Bermondsey Square, London | Shopping/Markets in londontown.com | LondonTown.com

Maltby Street Market, London (Sat 9-2pm) Perched under railway arches this market is foodie heaven and without the tourist of nearby Borough Market. Start at 60 Druid Street for fruit and veg of unparalleled variety. From there, cross Tanner Street and head down Ropewalk and into LASSCO, an architectural salvage shop.  --- Look out for The London Honey Company, The Little Bread Pedlar and La Grotta Ices. Last stop: The Kernel Brewery, a micro-brewery…

Maltby Street, SE1

Maltby Street Market, London (Sat 9-2pm) Perched under railway arches this market is foodie heaven and without the tourist of nearby Borough Market. Start at 60 Druid Street for fruit and veg of unparalleled variety. From there, cross Tanner Street and head down Ropewalk and into LASSCO, an architectural salvage shop. --- Look out for The London Honey Company, The Little Bread Pedlar and La Grotta Ices. Last stop: The Kernel Brewery, a micro-brewery…

"I still like Bermondsey Market in London. It's down and dirty but fun. When I'm staying in London I like <a href="http://www.firmdalehotels.com/london/the-soho-hotel">The Soho Hotel</a>; it's not too big and has quirky fun style and good food. The atmosphere is very relaxed in a very happening location so be sure to ask for a quiet room. In terms of dining, I love a good Gastro pub and for me the best is <a href="http://www.thethomascubitt.co.uk/">The Thomas Cubitt</a> in Belgravia—great…

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"I still like Bermondsey Market in London. It's down and dirty but fun. When I'm staying in London I like <a href="http://www.firmdalehotels.com/london/the-soho-hotel">The Soho Hotel</a>; it's not too big and has quirky fun style and good food. The atmosphere is very relaxed in a very happening location so be sure to ask for a quiet room. In terms of dining, I love a good Gastro pub and for me the best is <a href="http://www.thethomascubitt.co.uk/">The Thomas Cubitt</a> in Belgravia—great…

Friday mornings at dawn, anyone serious about antiques is scouring the Bermondsey Market, one of London's main antique markets. Better known to tourists is Portobello Road (www.portobelloroad.co.uk), a Saturday morning tradition for decades with its hundreds of antique stalls and small shops. Brick Lane (www.visitbricklane.org) on Sundays is a definite browser's delight and Borough Market (www.boroughmarket.org.uk)

Friday mornings at dawn, anyone serious about antiques is scouring the Bermondsey Market, one of London's main antique markets. Better known to tourists is Portobello Road (www.portobelloroad.co.uk), a Saturday morning tradition for decades with its hundreds of antique stalls and small shops. Brick Lane (www.visitbricklane.org) on Sundays is a definite browser's delight and Borough Market (www.boroughmarket.org.uk)

Bermondsey Market was a North London market, known as the Caledonian Market (due to its location on Caledonian Road in Islington). Originally, a bustling drover’s market with cattle, sheep and pigs, its nature started to change when there was no longer need to sell animals. The ‘flea market’, which emerged in due course, didn’t survive …

Bermondsey Market was a North London market, known as the Caledonian Market (due to its location on Caledonian Road in Islington). Originally, a bustling drover’s market with cattle, sheep and pigs, its nature started to change when there was no longer need to sell animals. The ‘flea market’, which emerged in due course, didn’t survive …

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