Lower Marsh Market
Lower Marsh Market
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10:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 AM
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Lower Marsh Market One of London's oldest and best-loved market streets, featuring some of the capital's most fascinating independent shops and restaurants. The Market is open 10.00am-5.00pm, Monday to Saturday, during the Week it Host a diverse range of Street Food to suit all tastes, from Italian Classics to Sushi Sandwiches there is always a new cuisine to try. A warming lunch on a winter's day or something to kick-start that new healthy diet. Along side daily Street Food stalls and vans we have regular produce stalls and a variety of guest stalls. The Saturday Flea Market includes a changing selection of Bric-a-brac and handmade goods. On the third Saturday of each month Waterloo Classic car show joins us bringing a vintage vibe to the street.
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John W
London, UK276 contributions
Jan 2020
Was assisting an ex-colleague from my working days in entertaining her nephew who was staying in London for a couple of weeks. Having had a good day up the Shard and a fine Turkish meal one day, a visit the following day to the Imperial War Museum led us to Lower Marsh and its food market. There is a good variety of foodstuffs available here and making a choice can be quite difficult. The "lamb and chicken" stall is very good, as is the Indian food one (near the Old Vic end). Others looked equally tempting, and if in future I have a visit planned for a matinee at either Old or Young Vic, then a quick lunch here will be a good option.. ,
Written February 4, 2020
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rebeljenn
Ruislip, UK896 contributions
Jan 2020
Located around the corner from Waterloo Station with Jubilee tube station exit around the corner. Leake Street grafitti tunnel is located off this street. It has street food from a range of world cuisines.
Written February 1, 2020
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK165,953 contributions
May 2019 • Solo
Lower Marsh Market is a traditional food, arts and crafts market located close to Waterloo Station. As markets and independent shops go in London, it's not that big and the numbers of stalls are limited compared to the likes of Broadway, Borough, Portobello and Shepherd's Bush etc.
Written May 18, 2019
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james alfred c
portsmouth12 contributions
Jan 2020
Visited on Saturday 11th January around 10:30am about four stalls open. Vinyl stall was busy with a very good selection. Loads of places to get a coffee or breakfast. However, this was not the "Cut" as I new it, which was a very busy vibrant street market. So, yes disappointed. Maybe, another time or in the Spring/Summer it would be better...?
Written January 21, 2020
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MollieArchie
London, UK672 contributions
Dec 2014 • Family
3 weeks before Christmas on a Saturday and only a few barrows . No atmosphere and a complete anti climax. Kept reading tweets how magical today would be at the market but true waste of time.
Written December 6, 2014
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Wayne T
18 contributions
Jul 2016 • Family
Mainly reviewing the market (which is so-so by and large) to alert you to Merry Box Senegalese Cuisine, one of the stalls set up mid-day five days a week. The stall sells beef, lamb and fish, but the stand out star is the chicken yassa with rice and beans. The chicken is expertly prepared. It's tender, juicy and flavorful, and just jaw droppingly tasty. Don't forget to ask for extra spoonfuls of the homemade hot sauce, which packs a punch.
Written July 4, 2016
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342SteveO
Princes Risborough, UK481 contributions
Aug 2015 • Solo
Small market with just 9 street food vendors when we visited on a Tuesday, but to be fair I believe there are more if you visit from Thursday to Saturday.
Standout stall was Merry Box Kitchen (delicious Senagalese street food including whole sea bass) and Goulash Valley (Hungarian street food) which was also very good.
In addition to the above two there was Chinese, Vegetarian Falafels, Moroccan, Thai, Gourmet Salads, Indian and Jamaican food to choose from.
Opening times are Monday to Saturday 10.30 - 14.30 (although traders are likely to close up once they have sold all of their food).
Written August 14, 2015
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Stephen G
Wickford, UK87 contributions
Sep 2012 • Solo
Lower Marsh is a rather shabby looking street located within spitting distance of the London eye, County Hall and Waterloo Station. However, it's a buzzing little street with a few surprises in store. At one end is Leake Street (often referred to as the Banksy Tunnel), which runs under the Waterloo train-lines. This is a graffiti haven, it's legal or at least allowed here. The graffiti changes almost daily and ranges from dodgy rubbish to brilliant works of art. Well worth a peep. Other attractions in Lower Marsh include a number of street food stall (ranging from great falafel wraps to superb goat curry), a small second hand book store, a superb high class 'supermarket' called Greensmiths which is full of stunning food and wine and a great cafe / restaurant. There is also a brilliant coffee shop called the Scooter Cafe which is full of scooter memorabilia. Well worth a look if you're in the area.
Written September 13, 2012
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jack_T|S
22 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
I love this market. There was something for everyone and it was very local. There are food stalls, record stalls and shopping for everyone. I particularly loved the natural decoration stall that sold a variety of items made from bamboo and reusable products.

A very local Market away from the Christmas market traps in London.
Written December 5, 2019
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places2seeplaces2go
England, UK4,714 contributions
Jun 2019 • Family
This market is just a short walk from Waterloo.
It was just opening & getting going when we walked through it on an early Saturday morning.
Whilst there look to be a lot of street food stalls we were particularly interested in the secondhand record/vinyl stall and there was a lovely Portuguese ceramic stall.
Worth a visit.
Written July 30, 2019
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