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Maltby Street Market

Ropewalk, London SE1 2HQ Open daily from Saturday 9am - 4pm, Sunday 11am - 4pm maltby.st

The Maltby Street Market is a quirky little example of the locally-sourced, globally-inspired street-food stalls that are becoming more than the norm all across London, particularly for the curious and more adventurous of palate among the city’s office worker populace. The trend has extended past the weekday sandwich-alternative however, to merge with traditional small-scale markets selling simple fruits, veggies, cheese and general delicious foodstuffs. For the past few years this area under the railway arches in Bermondsey, south-east London, has become popular on Saturday and Sunday mornings for a wander among the stalls and gastronomy traders who’ve set up shop between the meandering streets there.

The Maltby Street Market is a gently expanding, quietly successful stretch of local food producers and gastronomes-in-the-know, which springs up on weekend mornings and runs between Maltby Street and Millstream Road. Also now hosting numerous pop-up bars and eateries, the choices on offer include fresh seafood and grilled meat skewers, Mediterranean oils, vinegars and other condiments, honey, preserves, cured meats sandwiches and Jewish chicken soup, oysters, cakes alongside other goods from all corners of the world imaginable. If you’re itching for Iberian, the Tozino tapas bar as well as a Spanish grocers and ham carvery all under the arches should sate your craving. Drinks-wise, there’s a sober selection from the Coffee, Mate? cart or a celebratory choice with wines by the glass from Life’s a Bottle and gin cocktails at the pop-up Sparrow Bar. There are numerous outlets of larger, better-known establishments, such as Monmouth Coffee, Neal’s Yard cheese sellers, and a handful of the nearby Borough Market spinoffs in case the original locale is too crowded for your taste. The recently developed Ropewalk encompasses the full-on street market, with a few of the original traders having moved down the road to Spa Terminus.

The Maltby Street Market is a quirky little example of the locally-sourced, globally-inspired street-food stalls that are becoming more than the norm all across London, particularly for the curious and more adventurous of palate among the city’s office worker populace. The trend has extended past the weekday sandwich-alternative however, to merge with traditional small-scale markets selling simple fruits, veggies, cheese and general delicious foodstuffs. For the past few years this area under the railway arches in Bermondsey, south-east London, has become popular on Saturday and Sunday mornings for a wander among the stalls and gastronomy traders who’ve set up shop between the meandering streets there.

The Maltby Street Market is a gently expanding, quietly successful stretch of local food producers and gastronomes-in-the-know, which springs up on weekend mornings and runs between Maltby Street and Millstream Road. Also now hosting numerous pop-up bars and eateries, the choices on offer include fresh seafood and grilled meat skewers, Mediterranean oils, vinegars and other condiments, honey, preserves, cured meats sandwiches and Jewish chicken soup, oysters, cakes alongside other goods from all corners of the world imaginable. If you’re itching for Iberian, the Tozino tapas bar as well as a Spanish grocers and ham carvery all under the arches should sate your craving. Drinks-wise, there’s a sober selection from the Coffee, Mate? cart or a celebratory choice with wines by the glass from Life’s a Bottle and gin cocktails at the pop-up Sparrow Bar. There are numerous outlets of larger, better-known establishments, such as Monmouth Coffee, Neal’s Yard cheese sellers, and a handful of the nearby Borough Market spinoffs in case the original locale is too crowded for your taste. The recently developed Ropewalk encompasses the full-on street market, with a few of the original traders having moved down the road to Spa Terminus.

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