8 Delicious Treats Not to Miss at Borough Market

Set under a railway bridge, Borough Market (London’s biggest and oldest Market), is a favourite spot when looking for variety, quality and taste.

Start the day picking up a silky smooth fresh brewed coffee from Monmouth Coffee Borough market and your day is set.

I often like to have little bites of lots of different things, so if you’re the same, visit Borough Market with a couple of friends – that way you can share portions of many treats.

Outside Applebee’s, 5 Stoney street, you will find the most delicious spicy chilli and garlic prawn wrap – as juicy as it gets.

Garlic Prawns Wrap from @applebeesfish_ 😋

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Next up, Oysters! But before you do, couple that idea by popping to the New Forest Cider bar where you’ll find a bottle of their famous champagne cider. The combination of both hits the spot.

A few other simply musts include:

The Red Peppers, rocket and chorizo bun from the Brindisa Stall.

Delightful empanadas from the Argentinian Porteña Shop.

Kappacasein Raclette Stand for a wonderfully generous portion of melted cheese piled onto new potatoes, baby gherkins and pickled onions.

The mandatory doughnuts of Bread Ahead:

And finally, take a stroll through the market and you’ll find fine and fresh organic British produce as well as international stalls selling fish, meats, vegetables and fruits, cheeses, breads, coffees and patisseries, ales and ciders.

Oh! And before you go, pick up a small bottle of Truffle Oil from Tartufaia Truffles… unmissable.

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