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Maltby Street Market

Nestled in the quiet backstreets of London, Maltby Street Market is a quirky example of the thriving foodie scene on offer in the capital. With row upon row of street food stalls, serving up locally sourced produce inspired by cuisines from around the world, a trip to Maltby Street Market is truly a gastronomic delight that must be experienced during any trip to London.

If you’re staying at our Amba Hotel Charing Cross, Maltby Street Market is just a short journey away and could be the perfect weekend trip out that’s guaranteed to tantalise your taste buds.

Maltby Street Food Market in London

Over the past few years this area, sitting under the railway arches in Bermondsey, South East London, has become an incredibly popular spot on a Saturday and Sunday morning, with visitors taking a wander among the stalls and gastronomy traders who’ve set up shop between the meandering streets.

The Maltby Street Market brings together some of the finest local food producers and gastronomes. 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, Jewish chicken soup, oysters and cakes, alongside other goods from all corners of the world.

How Do I Get to Maltby Street Market?

Maltby Street Market is just a short trip away from our Amba Hotel Charing Cross, making it the perfect spot to visit for a day out in London. As Maltby Street Market is based in South East London, you’ll want to jump on a tube or bus to get there from your hotel.

If you’re using Google Maps or satellite navigation, the address for the market is:

Maltby Street Market
Ropewalk
London
SE1 2HQ

How to Get to Maltby Street Market by Tube

Take the southeastern service from Charing Cross Station towards Dartford, alighting the service at London Bridge. Maltby Street Market is a 0.8 mile walk from here, following St. Thomas Street onto Druid Street before turning right onto Maltby Street.

How to Get to Maltby Street Market by Bus

Leave the hotel and turn right down Strand, following the road to Aldwych Somerset House (Stop S). Board the 188 bus and stay on for eleven stops to Abbey Street (Stop M). After exiting the bus walk north along the A100, turning right onto Tanner Street and right again onto Ropewalk.

A sausage sandwich served at Maltby Street Market, London

Maltby Street Market Gin

One of the attractions that draws many visitors to Maltby Street Market is the fantastic gin offering. The popularity of craft gin has swept across the world in recent years and a stop by Maltby Street Market’s Little Bird Gin is a must. Hailing from South London, Little Bird Gin specialises in dry gin with a distinctly 1940’s feel.

If you’re looking for a true taste of Maltby Street Market gin, a refreshing cocktail from Little Bird Gin is the ideal place to visit.

Maltby Street Christmas Market

The festive period is a truly magical time to visit Maltby Street Market. With twinkling fairy lights adorning the moonlit streets, Maltby Street Christmas Market immerses visitors in a Dickensian-esque Christmas scene. With the usual street food on offer, plus mulled wine, carols, wreath making and more, Christmas at Maltby Street Market is truly wondrous.

What are the Maltby Street Market Opening Times?

The market is open on weekends at the following times:

Saturday – 10am to 5pm
Sunday – 11am to 4pm

For more information on the market, opening times and upcoming events, just head to their website.

Although the nearby Borough Market may take a lot of the attention when it comes to London’s food markets, Maltby Street Market is a hidden gem and a real up-and-comer when it comes to the quality and variety of food on offer. If you’re staying at our Amba Hotel Charing Cross, we’d recommend a visit.

Nestled in the quiet backstreets of London, Maltby Street Market is a quirky example of the thriving foodie scene on offer in the capital. With row upon row of street food stalls, serving up locally sourced produce inspired by cuisines from around the world, a trip to Maltby Street Market is truly a gastronomic delight that must be experienced during any trip to London.

If you’re staying at our Amba Hotel Charing Cross, Maltby Street Market is just a short journey away and could be the perfect weekend trip out that’s guaranteed to tantalise your taste buds.

Maltby Street Food Market in London

Over the past few years this area, sitting under the railway arches in Bermondsey, South East London, has become an incredibly popular spot on a Saturday and Sunday morning, with visitors taking a wander among the stalls and gastronomy traders who’ve set up shop between the meandering streets.

The Maltby Street Market brings together some of the finest local food producers and gastronomes. 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, Jewish chicken soup, oysters and cakes, alongside other goods from all corners of the world.

How Do I Get to Maltby Street Market?

Maltby Street Market is just a short trip away from our Amba Hotel Charing Cross, making it the perfect spot to visit for a day out in London. As Maltby Street Market is based in South East London, you’ll want to jump on a tube or bus to get there from your hotel.

If you’re using Google Maps or satellite navigation, the address for the market is:

Maltby Street Market
Ropewalk
London
SE1 2HQ

How to Get to Maltby Street Market by Tube

Take the southeastern service from Charing Cross Station towards Dartford, alighting the service at London Bridge. Maltby Street Market is a 0.8 mile walk from here, following St. Thomas Street onto Druid Street before turning right onto Maltby Street.

How to Get to Maltby Street Market by Bus

Leave the hotel and turn right down Strand, following the road to Aldwych Somerset House (Stop S). Board the 188 bus and stay on for eleven stops to Abbey Street (Stop M). After exiting the bus walk north along the A100, turning right onto Tanner Street and right again onto Ropewalk.

A sausage sandwich served at Maltby Street Market, London

Maltby Street Market Gin

One of the attractions that draws many visitors to Maltby Street Market is the fantastic gin offering. The popularity of craft gin has swept across the world in recent years and a stop by Maltby Street Market’s Little Bird Gin is a must. Hailing from South London, Little Bird Gin specialises in dry gin with a distinctly 1940’s feel.

If you’re looking for a true taste of Maltby Street Market gin, a refreshing cocktail from Little Bird Gin is the ideal place to visit.

Maltby Street Christmas Market

The festive period is a truly magical time to visit Maltby Street Market. With twinkling fairy lights adorning the moonlit streets, Maltby Street Christmas Market immerses visitors in a Dickensian-esque Christmas scene. With the usual street food on offer, plus mulled wine, carols, wreath making and more, Christmas at Maltby Street Market is truly wondrous.

What are the Maltby Street Market Opening Times?

The market is open on weekends at the following times:

Saturday – 10am to 5pm
Sunday – 11am to 4pm

For more information on the market, opening times and upcoming events, just head to their website.

Although the nearby Borough Market may take a lot of the attention when it comes to London’s food markets, Maltby Street Market is a hidden gem and a real up-and-comer when it comes to the quality and variety of food on offer. If you’re staying at our Amba Hotel Charing Cross, we’d recommend a visit.

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