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I happened upon this hipster food market as I walked over Waterloo Bridge from Somerset House.
As I walked through I could smell all of the lovely smells from all different types of food and it made me feel hungry - even though I’d already...More
Heard about these markets from a review on line. What a find. Huge amount of cuisines. Super fresh. Great prices. Would highly recommend the veg paella and lemon cake from the cake and donut store. We all loved this place. A must visit when in...More
Amazing place just a short walk from the London Eye, Waterloo station or Blackfriars station. Loads of amazing food Outlets from spicy scotch eggs to Indian street food, plus a cocktail, beer or fancy soft drink! The street artists are excellent and amazing views across...More
As excited as it may be, i was overwhelmed by my visit there. A few meters from the London Eye, we found a street market where one can find all the goodies! From fresh made juices to homemade desserts, your choices are many and trust...More
Loved the Stacked Pancakes at the Xmas market now i have found them in a restored Ice van at Southbank Centre right on the Thames near the Carousel under the Waterloo railway bridge. The pancakes with Nutella, Banana and Strawberry were amazing and we shared...More
Amazing little food market on the Southbank with plenty of choices from desserts like crepes, brownie, pastel de Natas. To proper food like chicken teriyaki, shrimp, burgers, paelllas, curry’s, tacos and much more!
Definitely a great place to grab a bite when good weather
The good - its open on Sundays (Borough market isnt), international selection of street food (yes there's a bit og everything from ethiopian to spanish to japanese to indian to english desserts)
The not so good - its nothing like the sprawling markets in other...More
If you come to the South Bank to eat, the temptation is to use one of the many formal restaurants, but it’s far more fun to go to the street food market behind the Royal Festival Hall. There’s a wide range of food options, a...More
Walking to the Eye and feeling a tad peckish we stumbled across these food markets and what a find! There is literally food from all over the world satisfying all tastebuds including picky 11yr old boys. If you feel like an alcoholic drink they even...More
Big time attractions such as the London Eye and a thriving theatre scene (compliments of the National Theatre and the Young Vic) are but a few of the reasons that Southbank is such a collectively cherished part of town. With plenty of family friendly activities and venues lined up along a pedestrianized river bank between Westminster Bridge and Waterloo Bridge, visitors can always expect a casual and
festive atmosphere. On top of all the fun stuff to do at Southbank is the opportunity to simply sit back and admire photo-op views of iconic landmarks like Parliament and St Paul's Cathedral, just on across the Thames.