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Mindless consumerism is out and conscious consumption is in
From antiques at Portobello to gourmet food at Borough, these are the markets every Londoner should visit at least once
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Venue says: “Dating back to the fourteenth Century, Leadenhall Market is a unique, boutique shopping and dining destination in the heart of the City.”
It might be most famous for its half-a-mile-long antiques market, but you’ll find more than bric-à-brac at this characterful and vibrant London institution.