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Maltby Street Market, London

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Find a little foodie paradise at Maltby Street Market, a modest yet busy market offering stalls upon stalls of bread, cheese, meat, fruit, vegetables, cakes, and more. Don't miss the more popular sellers like Monty's Deli and St. John Bakery for delicious sandwiches and doughnuts. Tourists and locals alike favor this shopping street, so to avoid the crowds and long lines, do your browsing in the Ropewalk, a narrow alleyway between Maltby Street and Millstream Road that follows next to the railway bridge arches. When your feet get tired, head to the Kernel Brewery for a drink. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Maltby Street Market by using our London vacation route planner.
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  • A small but exciting food and drink market. The selection and quality of the street foods was amazing! Food hygiene, I am particularly picky, was high. Walked the length of the market before making a ...  more »
  • Visited on a very sunny day and every seat at every table was taken. The food looked and smelled great and the place had a great atmosphere. As with other reviews we wandered into Druid Street which i...  more »
  • One of the smaller markets in London but great to visit for a drink and some lunch. As per most markets these days my gluten free needs were spoilt rotten with great options - we went with the gf fish...  more »
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  • Maltby Street market is one of my favourite activities on a Saturday morning - Filled with delicious food and it feels less of a tourist spot than Borough Market nearby. Saturdays the breweries are open as well and Druid Street market offers more stalls to browse for treats. Highly recommend the jerk chicken wraps, Little Bird gin, and Brew by Numbers, and a walk down to Spa Terminus to visit The Kernel is a great idea for beers to take home (their tap room is no longer open).
  • This has become a really popular Sunday spot. I preferred it before everyone else found it. This is a lovely place to find some delicious street food - but now it is well established the prices have risen. Average snack between £7 -£9. But is still has charm under the arches.
  • One of London's great weekend epicurean hangouts. Regularly changing selection of hot foods for immediate consumption, coffee & other drinks, and items to be enjoyed later such as cheeses and wine. The street also has a number of permanent restaurants that are all of high-quality.
  • Love it! It is a tight area, and can be very crowded, but the food is absolutely worth it. There is one station that sells burgers (it kills me I can't remember the name), but they are very unique and just SO good. It's definitely worth it to come here. They also have good sweets for afterwards!
  • Great selection of food (the grilled cheese sandwiches are a personal favourite as well as the waffles), reasonably well priced depending on which stalls you go to. And unusually for food markets...a lot of the food stalls take card. The one downside to this market is its size, because it's so narrow it get rather hard to move so not great if you're claustrophobic.