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Edinburgh Farmers' Market, Edinburgh

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
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  • We started out here for a breakfast pastry (cheese and tomato) from one booth and coffee from another before walking over the the castle. Then we came back for lunch with vegetarian options, fish soup...  read more »
  • There are actually two farmer's markets on Saturday.. One in green market square (much more crowded) and one on top of the big car park on castle terrace( much fewer people). It was a great opportunit...  read more »
  • This farmer's market is held on Saturday mornings on the terrace below the Castle, in a very nice location, but also quiet. Here you will find both fruits and vegetables, dairy products, bread and cakes, but also meat (beautiful a feast of flesh and derivatives of deer) and handicrafts. The first Saturday of the month there is also a tour of slow food cooking raw Scots taken by local exhibitors. I liked it very much.
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  • Good selection of meats, breads, etc. I went to the Valvona and Corolla stall and got a lovely pizza for £1. Tasty loaf of bread for £2
  • Brilliant farmers' market, featuring fantastic fresh produce. Lots of takeaway food too, including venison haggis and buffalo burgers! Some local artisan shops have stall, e.g. the wonderful Chocolate Tree - handmade chocolate from Bruntsfield.
  • A great range of local products. Populated by a pashmina and puppy type crowd. Not cheap but a really cool selection of breads, cheese, veggies and cakes.
  • Great views and lovely food along with people passionate about what they sell and produce.
  • High quality stuff here, it's a proper farmers market where every stall sells food (not one of those where there's 2 food stalls and the rest sell craft knickknacks). The Scottish Brie I bought went down very well at Christmas.
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