Best Food Markets And Food Halls In London

Taking the London dining scene by storm, food markets are feeding the capital's appetite for street eats. From vegan food fests that unite the city's plant-based providers, to slick market halls that bring you the goods from some of the country's best artisan vendors, you never have to search long to find one of these edible cornucopias. To make it even easier for you though, we've rounded up our top picks for food markets and food halls in London, so you can get your street feast on ASAP.

Last updated on 8th November 2019




Pop Brixton

8 user reviews 5

South London's favourite shipping container hangout, Pop Brixton is home to all manner of start-ups, from retail boutiques to a radio station. However it's the food that we're the most interested in, as 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. 

HUCKSTER

57 user reviews 4

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.

Market Hall Fulham

37 user reviews 5

A sleek spot down on the Fulham Road, this market hall is housed inside an Edwardian underground station. Nowadays they're home to seven different food traders ready to bring you some spectacular eats, from a luxe poke bar to fried chicken burgers and fresh churros. One of three venues of its kind, you can find its sister sites in Victoria and the West End.