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Borough High St
Gt Lon, SE1 9AHUnited Kingdom

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"The markets - Borough Market, Notting Hill Farmers' Market, Covent Garden."  See More

"Borough Market - for the history, food and coffee (coffee at Monmouth Coffee)."  See More

"Perhaps going to Borough Market, going on a food or pub tour, or going on a high-end shopping spree at Harvey Nichols London or Fortnum & Mason, or perhaps exploring some of London's vibrant but less visited areas such as Brixton, Spitalfields, Southwark or Hackney."  See More

"Join London's Secret Food Tours to Borough Market (London's oldest market) - eat Bread Ahead's famous doughnuts."  See More

"Shopping - Southwark include are Borough Market, Neal's Yard Dairy, Maltby Street Market."  See More

"Lots of eating places south of London, highly recommend the Borough Market."  See More

"Borough Market is an amazing and beautiful market."  See More

"And for the best food market head to Borough Market and Shell Seekers for hand-dived scallops, so very, very good!"  See More

"I agree with Camden Market for the scene and Borough Market for the food and the usual places like The British Museum and other places others have mentioned."  See More

"Don't listen to the guidebooks, Borough Market is way too crowded, full of tourists and is better for buying fresh produce to cook at home rather than actually getting something to eat there and then."  See More

"London Bridge - view of Tower Bridge, Borough Market, view of River thames and Saint Paul's Cathedral, The Shard (Europe's tallest skyscraper), olde-world streets, historic pubs and buildings."  See More

"Camden Lock Market, Covent Garden, Borough Market, Brick Lane!"  See More

"My recommendation is to visit Borough Market, you can get lunch and browse around."  See More

"Depending on which day you're there you can head up to Borough Market for lunch."  See More

"For a change explore Borough Market and The area of the Southbank between London Bridge and Waterloo."  See More

"Perfect places for a foodie and market lover are Borough Market and Brick Lane Market, but it's highly likely you've been there already?"  See More

"For a culinary experience I love Dinner by Heston and The Ledbury, the latter is probably one of the best meals I've had in my life; Borough Market for my craving for Scotch eggs; Yautcha in Soho for dim sum (Chinatown is also good but Yautcha is a nicer setting); Royal China on Baker St for authentic Chinese dim sum, but considered yourself warned, queue starts even before their doors open on Sundays; Zuma for Japanese and people (reads celebrity) watch; Barrafina for Tapas; Melt Room for cheese toast, or we call it grille cheese (and just £5!"  See More

"You could try Borough Market for food."  See More

"Broadway Market is also lovely on a nice day, has great food and is slightly cheaper than Borough Market."  See More

"Hi Courtney, Restaurants in London are easy to come by. When I was organising business dinners in the city we liked: - Jamie's Italian Threadneedle Street (a chain by Jamie Oliver - good food, reasonably priced and good service) - Blueprint Cafe (At the design museum, walking distance from Tower Bridge. Lovely, fancy food, set menu deal on certain nights, great view of Tower Bridge) - Sushisamba (for the view, cocktails and tapas-style Japanese-Brazilian-Peruvian sushi on the 38th-floor Heron Tower overlooking London) - Duck & Waffle (located ABOVE Sushisamba, open 24 hours, great for breakfast meetings) - TĪNG (Located on level 35 of The Shard, this glass walled restaurant serves modern European cuisine with an Asian twist as you enjoy breathtaking views across London.) - Shoryu (A chain located all through London with yummy Japanese ramen (noodles and soup)) - Haz (A Turkish cuisine chain located all through city of London) - Ottolenghi (haven't been here yet, but it has been recommended and I am booked to go end of August). I have a larger list here:"  See More

"Hire a Boris Bike from Waterloo Station and ride along the south bank, great views of the city and some good stops along the way for food, can end up in Borough Market where there is great Tapas , fish and chips and vibe."  See More

"Old Spitalfields Market, Borough Market, Sunday Up Market."  See More

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