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

    Brick Lane, Ely's Yard


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    Dray Walk, off Brick Lane

    Little Oranges
    Owners Charlie Harvey and Danny Carolan May spend hours making their delicate Italian street food, which is ambitious and very different to anything we’ve come across at other London street markets. Try the crispeddi (anchovy and dill fritters) for £3, or the cazilli (little potato and cheese croquettes) for £3.50, or, of course, the arancini (‘little oranges’ of filled, deep-fried rice balls): two for £4.

    Love Me Tender
    It’s possibly the only hog roast named after an Elvis song (unless there’s a ‘Delicious Rinds’ somewhere out there), which does a great, herby pork roll with apple sauce and rocket.

    De La Panza
    Grilling prime Argentinian steaks for sandwiches (£4.50 for rump, £5.50 for rib-eye, and an extra £1 for melted provolone). It also does a sausage ciabatta (choripan) with roasted red peppers for £3.

    Rootmaster
    Not technically a stall (although being a Routemaster bus, it’s both mobile and temporary) this is a fixture of the market which has been serving vegetarian and vegan food for about two years.

    Lipsmackers
    For a quick sweet fix Lipsmackers provides freshly fried doughnuts for a wholly reasonable 50p.

    Ely’s Yard, The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, E1 6QL (the market is just off Hanbury St). 11am-4pm Fri; 11am-6pm Sat; 10am-5pm Sun. Sunday is the best day to visit, as there are many stalls which are only there on that day.

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

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Grilling prime Argentinian steaks for sandwiches (£4.50 for rump, £5.50 for rib-eye, and an extra £1 for melted provolone). It also does a sausage ciabatta (choripan) with roasted red peppers for £3. Not technically a stall (although being a Routemaster bus, it’s both mobile and temporary) this is a fixture of the market which has been serving vegetarian and vegan food for about two years. For a quick sweet fix Lipsmackers provides freshly fried doughnuts for a wholly reasonable 50p. Broadway Market | Portobello and Golborne Roads | Greenwich Market | Exmouth Market | Whitecross Street | Brick Lane

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