Camden Market actually refers to the several markets that cover the northern end of Camden Town. Each market has a character of its own, from the crafts and curiosities of Camden Lock Village to the Stables Market stalls' proclivity for all things boho. And of course there's more to shopping in Camden than the markets. There's also some awesome vintage shops, like Lost 'N' Found. Use Time Out's guide to Camden's shops and markets to uncover some hidden treasures.
Insider's guide to Camden Market
Get the lowdown on the one-time undisputed centre of London's alternative scene. There are still plenty of delights to be found if you know where to look so try our guide to the best of Camden Market.
La Maison Maille
Amongst rows of impeccably kept shops in the grand old Piccadilly Arcade stands La Maison Maille, a chic boutique for foodies. Beyond the black and gold exterior lies row upon row of mustard pots, vinegar and the world's first mustard macaron. Since 1996 Maille has produced limited edition mustards. One that's particularly sought-after is their seasonal black truffle and chablis, which is sold in sandstone jars once a year – conveniently just before Christmas. Prices start from £5.50 per jar, £6.95 for vinegar, and £29 for that truffle chablis. You'll also find gift sets, accessories, dressings and few other items instore. Plus, you can have a handful of mustards pumped straight from the tap, like you're at a condiments pub.