Top Places To Eat In Borough Market, London

From single-origin artisanal coffee to bakes like you have never eaten before, Borough Market packs a punch and whole lot of diverse options when it comes to pleasing epicureans
A confectionary shop in Borough Market
A confectionary shop in Borough Market

If you're a food lover in London, you won't want to miss Borough Market. This bustling hub of culinary delights offers a wide range of food stores showcasing some of London's best cuisine. The market has a rich history dating back a thousand years, when traders would come to buy and sell goods like grain, fish, vegetables, and livestock near the Thames River.

The market thrived until Parliament banned it in 1775, but it was revived two years later by local residents and has been running ever since. Today, Borough Market is London's go-to destination for gourmet cuisine, with over 100 stalls offering premium products and upscale food. You'll find everything from vegan and vegetarian options to gluten-free food. Here is our list of spots you must hit in Borough  

Bread Ahead 

To begin your culinary adventure, visit Bread Ahead, a renowned bakery and baking school that has been serving customers since 2013. Indulge in their delectable treats such as cream-filled doughnuts, sandwiches, pizza, and a variety of breads. If you're interested in learning the craft of baking, you can also enrol in one of their courses. Don't forget to stop by Neal's Yard Dairy, established in 1979, which features over 70 different types of cheese from various cheesemakers in the UK and Ireland. Make sure to include it in your itinerary when exploring Borough Market.

Ginger Pig  

If you happen to relish diverse varieties of meat, you may want to explore the offerings of Ginger Pig. This purveyor of fine meats boasts an impressive array of delectable cold cuts, fresh and flavorful salads, mouth-watering pastries, and top-notch, humanely-raised meats that have undergone a slow and careful rearing process.

Monmouth Coffee Shop 

London is renowned for its coffee culture, and Monmouth Coffee Shop is a must-visit for coffee lovers. They offer a range of single-origin coffee beans sourced from farms and estates roasted in Bermondsey. This coffee shop is highly popular and one of the first retailers in Borough Market, alongside Neal's Yard Dairy. You'll always find a long queue of patrons waiting to grab a cup of their favourite coffee.

Rabot 1745

To experience something unique, head to Rabot 1745. Their cocoa-infused Caribbean-style cuisine will intrigue and enthral your palate and leave you feeling fulfilled. They even use cocoa to enhance the flavour of classic British dishes, like the lamb rump marinated in cacao nib and glazed with chocolate. Their famous burger also has a unique twist with chocolate ganache. Additionally, they're renowned throughout London for their delicious hot chocolate, so be sure to give it a try.

Wright Brothers Oyster And Porter House 

For those who adore seafood, Wright Brothers is the ideal restaurant to visit. Here, you will find a scrumptious array of oysters and seafood dishes to tantalise your taste buds. You can relish the exquisite taste of expertly grilled fish, treat yourself to a delightful seafood platter, and complement your meal with an assortment of beverages while soaking up the lively ambiance. Without a doubt, this establishment is the ultimate haven for seafood connoisseurs. 

Cover photo credits&nbspPhoto by Bruno Martins on Unsplash

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