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Berwick Street Market

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Berwick Street Market

Time Out says

This historic market in the heart of Soho is known for traditional fruit and veg stalls and loads of street food.

Clustered at the end of Berwick Street in the heart of Soho you’ll find 20 or so stalls making up Berwick Street Market. There’s been a market here since the eighteenth century, though in recent years it’s been gentrified along with the rest of this neighbourhood, which was once London’s red light district. A few traditional fruit and veg sellers remain, but most of the stalls offer trendy street food: Wow Shees’s Egyptian pittas, Freebird Burritos and The Jerk Drum’s Caribbean food are all popular. Soho Dairy, which offers milk and cheese from indie farmers, is also highly recommended. Berwick Street Market is open Monday to Saturday from 8am-6pm, but it’s best to check the website before heading out as some stalls don’t trade every day. Nick Levine

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Berwick Street Market says
300-year-old market and the vital ingredient in the magical Soho recipe. Traditionally fruit and veg and the birthplace of pineapple and nylon, now fighting for its independence in the face of development and gentrification. Good things are happening here, come see, talk, eat, enjoy.


Address: Berwick Street
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus
Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 8am-6pm
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