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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. To visit Maltby Street Market and get the most from your holiday in London, create itinerary details personal to you using our London online trip itinerary builder.
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  • Heard about the market online and decided to try it out. Wonderful wee hidden gem. Interesting choice of foods. Had an amazing duck wrap and chips from duck frites. Seriously tasty. Can’t wait to go.....  more »
  • I’ve long seen Maltby Street on the map as another trendy Bermondsey destination noting it’s home to a bakery beneath the arches as an outpost of the St. John culinary empire. But Maltby Street...  more »
  • Really enjoyed wandering through this market - there are many unique food vendors to choose from and the ones I spoke with or bought from were very nice & helpful. There were quite a few people there even though it was a rainy mid-morning, and many more were walking up as I was leaving a couple of hours later. I think its location also contributes to its charm - it just feels cozy & inviting!
  • This way a little bit disappointing. I expected more vendors, more artisans and fresh produce sellers. That is not the case.instead you have a small alleyway under a train track which is actually quite cute and I love the setting, with about twenty or so food vendors crammed in there. The food was great but I was just hoping for more to do.

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