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Market Hall Victoria

Restaurants, Food court Victoria
5 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)
Market Hall Victoria

Time Out says

A food hall in Victoria, with 11 kitchens, three bars and a roof terrace.

A food hall inside a handsome old building, Market Hall Victoria is not just in Victoria, but is smack-bang opposite the station. It’s got everything you could hope for: 11 kitchens, three bars. And that all-important roof terrace. Unsurprisingly, it’s also hugely popular: if you go in the evening, you’ll have to shout over all the music and noise.

As for the food, the specific line-up changes all the time, but the theme is one of high-quality drinking food: big-flavour carbs from some of the city’s best casual spots. Right now, that means dumplings, salt beef sarnies, noodles, kebabs and burgers, as well as pasta, tacos and curries. Plus all-day brunch (obvs), soft-serve ice cream and coffee.

Our current favourites include the prawn tempura udon from Koya Ko (every bit as good as at Soho’s Koya Bar), or roti with any of the curries from Gopal’s Corner (not quite as special as at big sis Roti King, but still pretty decent). Plus killer salt-beef sarnies from Monty’s Deli or dumplings from Baozi Inn. But the surprise hit? Pasta from the relatively unknown Nonna Tonda – aka Nonna’s – where a plate of wide, flappy pappardelle with duck ragù was just magnificent.

But take our advice and go off-peak: on our Thursday night visit, it was one-in-one-out just to get in, then another 20 minutes of that hover-by-the-table-dance to bag a seat. Best of all, consider going in a big gang: if you’re in a group of eight (or more), you can actually book.

Market Hall Victoria says
London's busiest food hall and all-day eating & drinking destination.

Housed in the building that used to be home to super-club Pacha, now you'll find eleven food traders and three bars set out across two floors, plus a roof terrace!

Pull up a chair and grab a drink, welcome to Market Halls.


Address: Terminus Place
Transport: Tube: Victoria
Price: Dinner for two (no service): around £45
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5 out of 5 stars

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Great concept and perfect for some after work drinks and a bite to each. Good selection of food, the dumplings were very popular. Drinks are also reasonably priced at £5 a pint or shelf spirit.


Hip venue in what looks like a former warehouse right by Victoria train station. Think brick-and-mortar, industrial chic interiors just like many restaurants nowadays. 

Spread over 2 floors, expect to find a good range of street food from around the world such as udon noodles and dumplings to pizzas and kebabs. These are a little pricey though, even for seasoned Londoners. 

There are 2 bars on both floors which mean you won't go thirsty and communal tables mean this is a great place to bring a large party of mates and catch-up. It's a young and cool crowd so expect a lively atmosphere buzzing with conversation and movement. 

Market Place is a great cool place to hang with mates or if you're waiting for a train to head back home. 


From dumplings to dosas, burgers to buns and salt beef to spaghetti...Market Hall has something for everyone. Big and buzzing venue perfect for groups, dates and work parties, plus somewhere to take those picky friends who are always on a new diet!


Market Hall Victoria couldn't open fast enough for us! Firstly, the actual food hall is no-fuss, no-nonsense, good food at great prices kind of place. Then you throw in the much anticipated Gopal's Corner (owners of Roti King) and it is unmissable. Located right outside the Victoria tube station. If you haven't been, take a detour, pop in and see how difficult it is to leave. 


SO HAPPY that this has finally opened! Bringing more life and food to the Victoria area with a great selection of stalls here. I came with some friends over the opening weekend and had such a comforting meal at Gopal's Corner. From the man behind Roti King, this was such a satisfying meal! I had the Roti Canai with Fish Curry, which is how I grew up eating the dish in Singapore. The roti is made to order and so came out fresh, with the perfect crisp exterior and fluffy interior. It was a generous amount to soak up all the fish curry, which I liked because it came with 2 pieces of fried fish in the curry and some okra. It wasn't as spicy as I would have liked it but delicious nonetheless! 

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