For you foodies, it feels incomplete if a walk in London, but not stop in Borough Market. There we can enjoy a wide variety of food and beverage quality. The market is the oldest food market in the UK. Many famous restaurants buy groceries there because the quality is very good.
Borough Market was completed in 1851. The market has an Art Deco architecture that has the impression of a classic design of Henry Rose. When entering the market area, visitors can see a row of shops selling food and drinks. There we can taste the typical cuisine of the UK such as muffins, fish and chips as well as other culinary variations.
In addition to being a place to satisfy a craving to eat culinary, Borough Market is also a great place for the hobby of photography. Market atmosphere is classic with a few bakeries that still retains the old building, can make visitors feel back to medieval times. The management also often held a photography contest held in February. At the weekend every month, there is also often holding a culinary feast, highlighted by the UK’s best chefs. We can see the process of making food and beverages directly from experts.
Well, if you want a culinary tour, just stop by Borough Market which is located at 8 Southwark Street, London SE1 1TL, England. Because it lies in the center of London, Borough Market is very easily accessible by public transportation. You can use the train or subway Jubillee and Northern Lines. The market is located directly across London Bridge Station. If you use the bus, stop near London Bridge, there are several stops in Borough High Street or Southwark Street. You can continue the journey by foot in about 10 minutes.