4 mentions in Must sees in London??
Johnny K. said, "...hit New Bond St or just walk thru it.. cool street to tick off.. Camden Market for some funky cheap gets.. Borough Market on a Saturday is a must in the morning.. cheeses.. antipasta.. wine.. its gorgeous and on the river.. try..." See More
Courtney R. said, "...by itself, I think. For restaurants, my fave is The Botanist. Very hip crowd, very good food. I'm going to second Borough Market. Not a lot there to do, but an amazing place to see. Regency Cafe has an amazing breakfast..." See More
Felipe G. said, "...Southbank Centre 3. A picnic in Hyde Park or Green Park 4. A picture in London Bridge 5. A morning in Borough Market 6. A shopping session in portobello markets 7. An afternoon in Camden Town 8. One or two beers in..." See More
Grant B. said, "...say the coolest experiences I have had over there are at the amazing open air markets that are around the city. Borough Market is one of the largest open air markets in the world and is certainly one of the most amazing..." See More
4 mentions in Non touristy restaurants in London?
Klaudia C. said, "... Borough Market is lovely but filled with tourists . On a saturday especially ! head better on a weekday if you would like to check it out . Portobello Rd is in the same category bumper to bumper with people so keep..." See More
Tuguldur B. said, "...Another vote for Borough Market, and don't forget portobello markets! I have been told by number of friends to try out The Shed in Notting Hill. Each day is different menu and prices seem reasonable. Other notable mentions would be to..." See More
Scott M. said, "...Go to Borough Market on a market day and there's something for everyone. It's not a restaurant, it's a tremendous experience with food stalls and so many treats one cannot possibly eat them all. But I recommend the Raclette grilled cheese with..." See More
Michelle D. said, "...foodie area that's attracting a lot of buzz. You'll have a lot to choose from there. I'm also very fond of Borough Market- you can have a lot of fun sampling from the various traders and there is a range of..." See More
3 mentions in Newcomer to London
Sarah M. said, "...I would recommend a walk along the South Bank. Take in Borough Market- go early to avoid the crowds, then continue to the Tate Modern and have a look there. I would walk across the bridge there to St Pauls too...." See More
Kelly D. said, "...you'll see some of London's renowned architecture, like the The Shard and Big Ben, but at a calm pace. Other recommendations: Borough Market (Borough Market): Try to go on a Thursday or Friday when it’s less crowded. You’ll find everything from burgers..." See More
3 mentions in Best Dining in London?
Michelle D. said, "...Marcus from chef Marcus Wareing, Evans & Peel which is an amazing-looking quirky bar and, in East London Disappearing Dining Club. Borough Market has some great restaurants and bars attached and I'm also going to try Brixton Village Market this trip...." See More
Kelly D. said, "...Oreo shake, there are numerous Byron outposts around town. You could spend some time eating your way through Brick Lane or Borough Market, or you could fill up on a late-night dinner at Wok To Walk. And don't forget, there's always..." See More
Sally E. said, "...Victoria - Cardinal Place (delicious African chicken that you can find anywhere), Wagamama (Asian fusion also found all around London) and Borough Market, a delicious marketplace with fresh produce and food stalls. Fish and chips and chicken tikka masala are both..." See More
3 mentions in Free things to do in London?
Mat E. said, "...Millennium Bridge with St Pauls the other side. Keeping to the south of Father Thames pass Shakespeare's Globe ...go on to Borough Market for food (check the days its on) near London Bridge you can of course just keep going....pop into see..." See More
Keith B. said, "...I would also be sure to hit up Borough Market for lunch one day - on one of the side alleys is the street used in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. Not too far from the market is the Tate Modern..." See More
Krista N. said, "...I would focus on markets! Borough Market for food on a Saturday, Columbia Road Flower Market for flowers and atmosphere on a Sunday, Brick Lane Market on a Sunday for people watching. All of this is free!! London is a great city..." See More
3 mentions in Cheap meals to have in Central London?
Regan W. said, "...My two favorite foodie experiences were Borough Market and African Kitchen Gallery. The latter was really exceptional in food, service and atmosphere--really diverse clientele from around the world, tiny dining room and the chef/proprieteur wandering around chatting with everyone. It only has..." See More
Ben L. said, "...100% the markets! Borough Market is a classic. Spitalfields is a personal favourite and is near Brick Lane that has plenty of cheap curry and the Brick Lane Market on Sunday is good with plenty of street food. A personal fave though..." See More
3 mentions in Great London restaurants
Sarah M. said, "...also do lunch or dinner if you prefer! Also The Table Café if you are following the recommendation and heading to Borough Market Book ahead for the set lunch Le Gavroche It is a truly wonderful experience. The cooking and service are..." See More
Michelle D. said, "...of the last San Pellegrino world's top restaurants list. If you're looking for something less glamorous but still yummy, head to Borough Market- there's a strip of cafes and restaurants there that all do great food. Great tapas at Brindisa in..." See More
Regan W. said, "...Only a handful of tables, so we made resys ahead of our trip and it was delicious and incredibly charming. And Borough Market for food is not to be missed. That was a foodie's paradise. Coffee, on the other hand--had loads of..." See More
2 mentions in Where to visit for out first time out of the country?
chuck l. said, "...Chips, Spitalfields is excellent. The British Museum is excellent and will take a whole day. This is a do not miss Borough Market is a joke, if you live anywhere they have a farmer's market which is any good. Do not go...." See More
2 mentions in How can my family make the most of our trip to London?
Kristi D. said, "...markets are also free, if the 13 year old is a girl she might enjoy Camden Market, Portobello Rd is interesting, Borough Market is an interesting food market. One place that I take everyone to is the Tower Of London, it's fun,..." See More
Scott M. said, "...allow you to maximize your time and get more things in when you need to. Go to Sunday Up Market Spitalfields Borough Market Get tickets for plays at either the half-price booth in Leicester Sq. or any of the discount ticket offices..." See More
2 mentions in Help us plan a week in London in May/June
colleen n. said, "...wonderful ride along the Thames and across the many famous bridges to see a lot of the historic buildings and sights. Borough Market, & Shoreditch and all open air and fun to explore. Be sure to check days & times they..." See More
Nat W. said, "...pots, cups and saucers and a disco/night club downstairs in the evenings (quite a studenty though). Markets to check out are: Borough Market for delicious food, Old Spitalfields Market where you'll find really cool old and new stalls selling vintage and modern,..." See More
Michelle D. said, "...Some really good eating and drinking around Borough Market with a fun vibe. A fair few of my fave restaurants I'd normally recommend are sadly closed between Christmas and New Year. If you're looking for a bar with a view, check out..." See More
Rod C. said, "...stayed in the Southwark area of SE1. Its a great borough full of cool cafes, bars and restaurants. Check out the Borough Market here. http://boroughmarket.org.uk/ And a must see for a Sat or Sunday brunch is http://www.maltby.st/. This was my favourite. I..." See More
2 mentions in Where is the best shopping in London?
C K. said, "...Lidl and Aldi have more european stuff for your local shops - if you are in london you should go to Borough Market or one of the many farmers markets that take place all over town (usually weekends)...." See More
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