Whether you're after a food court in Canary Wharf or a food hall on London's Oxford Street, Market Halls and its menu have your back. From some of the city's most Instagrammable eats to a quirky line-up of bars to quench your thirst, these venues have everything you need. Better yet, there's a Victoria location too.
Best Food Markets, Courts And Halls In London
Taking the capital's dining scene by storm, these courts and outdoor spaces are selling mouthwatering street eats. While you never have to search long to find one of these edible cornucopias, we've complied a handy guide to the finest destinations. Read on for our top picks of London food halls and markets, so you can get your feast on ASAP.
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Last updated on 5th February 2024
Get on down to BOXPARK Wembley, Shoreditch and Croydon and be privy to a fantastic collection of street food vendors. While you chomp on burritos, Brazilian BBQ, doner kebabs or poke, make sure to wash it down with a drink from one of the bars.
One of the original food halls, it's not hard to see why Mercato Metropolitano kickstarted the trend. The vibrant spot is filled with over 40 stalls selling everything from arancini to ramen, ice cream and seafood. Also, be sure to check out its Mayfair location.
If you're after a range of mouthwatering cuisines in London, Market Place Peckham, Harrow and Vauxhall has got you covered. Expect big-name street traders, from the likes of Baba G's, Los Tacos, Farm House Kebab and Little Tokyo. On top of that? There's also live entertainment.
Vauxhall Food & Beer Garden is an astro oasis from the hustle and bustle of London, promising a wide range of international street food stalls covering French, Mexican, Greek, Chinese and more. Two bars supply the drinks, while live sports screen too.
Peckham Levels boasts a diverse array of independent local businesses. So whether you fancy some glorious grub with a cracking cocktail to hand, or would instead just prefer to stock up on artisan jewellery and even buy some records, this place has got you sorted.
For the best food hall in London, head to Neighbourhood, a casual venue with quirky decor and gorgeous greenery. Get stuck into a menu of West African, Turkish Cypriot, and Korean eats from resident chefs, alongside a boozy beverage or two.
A 5,000-square-foot bar, restaurant and club just a short walk from Paddington Station, Huckster offers an international range of delectable street food across its multi-level venue. Head down for the chance to feast on burgers, buffalo wings, wonton soups and New York-inspired sourdough slices from their excellent vendors.
Searching for a London Bridge food hall? Vinegar Yard is calling just moments from the Shard, dishing up everything from Indian-inspired burgers to Bad Boy Pizza Society. There are pop-up shops, art installations and live sports screenings to accompany your meal too, alongside plenty of other events.
Situated in Central London and Battersea Power Station, Arcade Food Hall is a great place for group nights out and birthday soirees. Fronting eight open kitchens, the venue promises something for even the pickiest of eaters, whether that be Indonesian, Indian or American grub.
From the ashes of the once-beloved Dinerama, LaLaLand is the Shoreditch spot that's got street eats in droves. The outdoor market is an urban oasis with four bars, 15 vendors, music, DJs and a roof terrace - phew, quite the list.
Whether a late-night food market or a daytime affair is more your thing, shipping container hangout Pop Brixton is home to all manner of delights. Their mix of hole-in-the-wall traders and sit-in restaurants offer everything from raclette and crepes to Bhangra burgers and innovative takes on Vietnamese cuisine.
Vowing for the title of best food court in London is Eataly. Dedicated to (you guessed it) all things Italian, this dining den is all about the carbs, cheese, meat and other feats from the country. The wine is flowing too, while retailers and delis are on-hand so you can take something home with you as well.
After Asian street food in London? Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall can see to that. Indian street eats, Thai dishes, dim sum, sushi, bento and more are all dished up from stalls here, while the on-site Golden Dragon restaurant is a hub of Chinese cuisine.