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  • Broadway Market | Portobello and Golborne Roads | Greenwich Market | Exmouth Market | Whitecross Street | Brick Lane

    Greenwich Market


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    Greenwich Market

    Son of Pampa
    At the market’s north entrance, one of the first stalls is Son of Pampa. There’s a hot grill on one side for Argentinian-style chivitos (barbecue sandwiches): they’re filled with imported grass-fed beef steak or free-range marinated chicken, chimichurri sauce and salad, and served on a hand-made ciabatta for £4.

    On the other side, a little fryer is kept busy making fresh churros – deep fried sticks of dough, filled with dulce de leche (caramel sauce) or chocolate, rolled in sugar and cinnamon (£2). This colourful and bustling stall usually draws the biggest weekend queues in the market.

    Sausages Ltd
    A spicy Louisiana-style Creole sausage sandwich with roast peppers and onions for £4.

    Goddards
    At the far end of Fountain Food Court (near the Antiques Market) look out for this surviving outlet of the pie and mash business founded in 1890 in Deptford. Expect good-quality renditions of the traditional bill of meat pie and mash with liquor (£3), jellied eels and fruit pies – all at the loose change prices you’d expect for these age-old London victuals. Goddard’s is open at weekends from 9.30am to 6pm.

    The Real Baking Company
    Longstanding market favourite The Real Baking Company features picture-perfect display of beautiful home-made cupcakes and other sweet treats which start at £1.80.

    Juicy Bar
    Next to quaint Turnpin Lane there’s Juicy Bar, which squeezes combinations from its greengrocer-style display of fruit into a glass for £3.

    Fountain Food Court
    In Fountain Food Court there’s a few outdoor tables between small stalls offering cheap but rather undistinguished Thai, Chinese and burger bar-style options, although the recently opened Baguette & More deserves a mention for jointly pioneering the unusual banh mi Vietnamese sandwich (see Banhmi11, Broadway Market).
    Greenwich Market, SE10 (www. greenwichmarket.net). Cutty Sark DLR. Food stalls open 11am-6pm Wed; 10am-5.30pm Sat, Sun.

    Broadway Market | Portobello and Golborne Roads | Greenwich Market | Exmouth Market | Whitecross Street | Brick Lane

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Next to quaint Turnpin Lane there’s Juicy Bar, which squeezes combinations from its greengrocer-style display of fruit into a glass for £3. In Fountain Food Court there’s a few outdoor tables between small stalls offering cheap but rather undistinguished Thai, Chinese and burger bar-style options, although the recently opened deserves a mention for jointly pioneering the unusual banh mi Vietnamese sandwich (see Banhmi11, Broadway Market). Broadway Market | Portobello and Golborne Roads | Greenwich Market | Exmouth Market | Whitecross Street | Brick Lane

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